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The Jolly Caukers, Chatham - pub details

Jolly Caukers

Address: 1-3 Batchelor Street, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4BJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15697) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chatham (0.4 miles), Rochester (0.9 miles), Gillingham - Kent (1.1 miles)

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Have recently become a regular here... Find the staff very friendly and witty, only popped in to start with to have a quick pint of guinness whilst the mrs was shopping but had such a good time i took the wife in on the saturday as id seen entertainment advertised.. disco & karaoke. We both had a really good night and the beer was lovely in taste and temp..... Have now made this a regular place to visit
discodisco - 1 Apr 2011 23:02
This place looks a little like "locals only" from the outside but really its ok. On a Sat afternoon it was packed so it must be doing something right. Had the only real ale on (Lon Pride) and was suprised - it was pretty good. This is not a bad pub, give it a try. Could do with a guest ale for the real ale drinkers - landlord take note please if you read these posts !
Number.6 - 12 Feb 2011 22:21
Usually full of local drinkers during the day, a visitor will find this intimidating. However scratch below the surface you will find a freindly welcome from the bar acquired taste
phonak - 17 Jan 2010 17:07
how are pubs like this staying open,why are people still paying good money for rotten beer and service it's only in town's the like's of Chatham they can get away with it's an insult to call that skip a public house.
rickpat - 6 Nov 2009 15:35
Located in a side road just off the local High Street is The Jolly Caukers, A most definitely local�s affair, I did however find it friendly enough on my visit last Friday (4th April), if a little odd. There were kids in prams and one behind the bar helping himself to a J20. I know its Chatham, but still� D�cor most certainly isn�t a plus point � its tatty, with a kind of semi-navel theme. Photos of battleships adorn the walls along with various other sea related objects. There was no great choice at the bar (the usual kegs etc), though it was pleasing to see one hand pump. (Adams I believe). There is a little beer garden, though I didn�t venture out there. To conclude, not a pub I can see myself entering again, though it certainly wasn�t quite the dire experience I had anticipated.
HTM69 - 6 Apr 2008 17:40

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