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La Pulente, St Brelade - pub details

Address: Five Mile Road, St. Brelade, Jersey

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 16664) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Nice pub in which to slake our thirst after a 10 mile walk. Bass was the only beer on which I declined opting for Anchor Steam beer instead. Stunning views over St Ouen's bay
ahscum - 9 Sep 2015 15:48
After our walk down the beach from Jersey Pearl we were in need of some refreshment before the bus back to town so it was a return visit to La Pulente. This time we sat outside on the patio and enjoyed the views over the bay as well as a very good pint of Betty Stoggs (huge difference since my last visit - in fact I had a second pint). They do lunchtime and evening food but as with most pubs on Jersey you should check times as they can vary between summer and winter months. This was a pleasant visit and I enjoyed the beer so would recommend it.
mcroyal - 3 Sep 2014 11:57
This was our first visit to La Pulente and it was to be fair quite brief as we only had half an hour between buses (two bus routes stop outside). There is a small bar counter in front of you as you enter and to the right is the dining area in a conversatory style building. There's a small drinking area to the left of the bar and as I understand further dining space upstairs. Pleasantly furnished. It was quiet when we visited but it was just after lunchtime so diners would have gone by then. Patios outside and nice views of the beach and St.Ouens Bay. You can also walk round the cliffs to Corbiere lighthouse. Skinners "Betty Stoggs" was on draught as was Bass and our beer was fine is not spectacular! We didn't have time eat so we can't comment on the food. Not unpleasant at all and if you are walking along the beach then it is a good starting or finishing point.
mcroyal - 24 Jun 2013 21:46
This pub was quite busy on our early Saturday evening visit. The main bar is immediately in front of you as you enter and was being hogged by a group of fairly rowdy locals. There is a dining area to the left and further dining upstairs. The bar itself features tree trunks and pink shells and seahorses! Fish seemed to be the speciality on the food menu, whilst Bass was the only real ale. Nice views from the front.
blue_scrumpy - 9 Aug 2011 18:35

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