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Britannia Bar Cafe, Rochester - pub details

Britannia Bar Cafe

Address: 376 High St, Rochester, Kent, ME1 1DJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26999) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Rochester (0.3 miles), Chatham (0.3 miles), Strood (1.1 miles)

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Stylish décor and an ok, but not great beer choice. Very quiet - we were the only customers on a Thursday evening. Worth a look if passing.
baxterfish - 10 Sep 2017 18:06
Constantly good pub/bar.

Beer always good, friendly staff and a little gem of a garden when the weather permits.
pwilkins - 21 Dec 2010 14:36
Went in here after a bad experience at another pub nearby and it couldn't have been more different.

Lovely inside, with some beautifully, giggly, tipsy locals who were welcoming and funny.

Really good barman who seemed proud to work there.

Seriously recommended for a swift half or two.
TranmereRaver - 5 Jul 2010 01:56
Three ales on and, yes it doesn't describe itself as a pub and it doesn't feel like one. The Indian restaurant feel other posters have likened the place to does seem more of an accurate description of the place than the Parisienne cafe one. The shape and layout look like it could lend itself to being a proper Victorian stye pub as opposed to what it is but then that's down to the the owners as to how they want to present the place. Tried the Goachers (like to try local stuff when I am in the vicinity) but can't say it was a great pint and wouldn't have had a second (if I felt like staying that is). I'm sure it has it's followers but I felt more at home over the road.
anonymous - 30 May 2010 20:57
Somewhat hidden away at the tatty Chatham end of Rochester High Street, and then up a few steps up through the corner door to this 'bar cafe'. Pleasant, continental-style interior with a good selection of furniture and a very curious little alcove near the back. Three handpumps, including Goachers Light and Batemans Miss Ireland (a tasty golden beer). It was raining so I only took a quick peek at the small beer garden out back, but that looked worth trying on a better day. GBG listed for quite a few years, friendly staff and well worth seeking out.
rpadam - 4 Apr 2010 12:55

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