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Jolly Miller, Bexleyheath

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I had often heard/thought this pub was an old man's clique of a place, I am happy to say I was mistaken.
The staff here were polite, attentive, and welcoming. The locals are friendly, polite, and chatty. While we were there some food was put out for everyone to dig into, we played some pool and stayed longer than we had originally intended.
Overall a very pleasant experience, good beer, good staff, good food, good TVs with sport that didn't drown out conversation, a great find :)
lechaise1977 - 5 Feb 2017 15:34
I've lived nearby for years and heard it was a cliquey pub, how wrong that was,
the locals couldn't be more welcoming and the bar staff are really friendly and good at their job. There is a new professional chef who has been there just a few months and the food is just out of this world and very reasonably priced, he even grows his own veg and all food is locally sourced, the whole place is overseen by the lovely landlord Vic.
andy266 - 8 Sep 2012 19:55
A nice pub thats far enough away from the Broadway to deter undesirables but seemingly without putting off a band of in the know locals.

Nice pub to go for a quite pint or two. Two big screens for sports. When I went it had footie on one and MotoGP on the other. Though they are big they didn't drown out the place and conversation seemed to be the main attraction.

Harvey's, Skinners and a few others on tap as well as Youngs bitter.

Solid pub that although small, is kid/dog/pet/teen/young/old friendly. Well worth the short walk away from the Broadway. Added bonus of a cheese board being out as well as a friendly pub dog.

What more could you wan't?
RetroToast - 19 Aug 2010 18:15
A friendly local serving an excellent pint. Well worth a visit.
boyjanner - 24 Feb 2010 16:34
Remember the pub before the refurb and prefered it as it was before. That said, it still retains a certain charm and is one of the better ale houses in Bexleyheath.
nickthefish - 10 Dec 2008 22:03
Top quality & friendly town/local pub situated just off the busy Broadway shopping centre. Beer quality is always good, regular changing guest ales and the beer garden is a wondeful little oasis in the summer. Probably the best pub in the area having moved here within the last year.
Mike142 - 30 Jun 2008 11:43
Situated just away from the busy High St and a short stroll past the local Police Station, The Jolly Miller is a tidy enough basic localís pub, serving their regulars well. A plasma screen, china plates on the wall and other assorted trinkets were all that grabbed my eye visually. Pleasingly, ales were on offer. A guest, (Black Sheep?), London Pride and Speckled Hen were on offer on my visit last Sunday (6th Jan) and the latter was served just right. The girl behind the bar was smiley and this is seemingly both a child and dog friendly pub. The dog was well behaved. There is a comfortable enough beer patio for the smokers and the summer months and a small, though be it, sectioned off, garden. I quite liked it in here.
HTM69 - 9 Jan 2008 22:35

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