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The Eastbrook, Dagenham - pub details


Address: Dagenham Road, Dagenham, Essex, RM10 7UP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29541) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube station Dagenham East (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Romford (1.8 miles), Chadwell Heath (1.9 miles), Dagenham Dock (2.1 miles)

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Huge pub laying back from the junction that has stood as a pub since 1937. I've driven past this place dozens of times over the years without ever venturing in, that all changed a couple of weeks back when I attended a football game at Dagenham & Redbridge FC.

Appears in the GBG 2016 so knowing that and coupled with the area close to the ground being a real ale desert it was the perfect place for pre match drinking.

Feels like its still stuck in the 70's when you enter into the main bar area, the full wooden bar is coupled with stylish wooden and glass panelled doors into another large room that houses a pool table and plenty of tables.

Old style carpet , with traditional pub stools, tables and chairs are added to with a large quantity of football photos that hang around the walls and above the bar.

Judging by the drink choice this seems very much a lager drinkers pub, Fosters and Stella feature heavily across the taps, the 3 hand pumps only have 1 ale on from the Marston's stable which is Pedigrees' New World Pale Ale, a decent pint (not the best ale to be fair) and fairly priced at £3.40 a pint.

Music played, the tele's were on mute showing various football shows while the handful of locals / regulars chatted loudly about all subjects.

Based on my first ever visit I like the pub, it appears to be well run and certainly has great character to it...I may return one day.

lezford - 4 Oct 2016 13:30
This pub is a good 15 minute walk from Dagenham East tube and is located at a busy set of traffic lights. The large bar certainly seems popular with the locals. Various football crests and memorabilia dot the walls and there is also plenty of wood panelling. Service was prompt and friendly. The ale range was lacking - only Brakspear Oxford Gold. Saturday afternoon Sky Sports News coverage was on one TV and another had live horse racing. This is clearly a big sports pub and Dagenham & Redbridge's ground is just down the road. Not as good as I expected. But the interior is certainly worthy of a visit.
blue_scrumpy - 11 Oct 2015 21:36
Hi been to this pub along time but last two years it has gone down its dark old decor and a little bit smell. The man who works in there thinks his the top dog and when my child was crying orchids food before I gave him it we was told to leave obviously he doesn't have kids because he would've understood. The atmosphere is horrible and considering some pubs that have been closed down that was good Easterbrook should've been one of them
girlwithtruth - 21 Jun 2014 15:52
I can concur this is a 'real' pub, not a trendified watering hole, and full of real people. It has a great interior with lots wood panelling and memorabilia. I would head for it if I was a local, and that's not just because I'm a West Ham fan (a lot of the memorabilia is associated with West Ham, although to be fair there is also a signed photo of a Millwall player !!)
happy_wanderer - 2 Aug 2012 17:33
Yes this is a proper pub.
Made a visit last Saturday lunch time.
Was a bit dark till one of the locals asked the guvnor to put the lights on.
Poster on the Wall says "We are in the Good Beer Guide 2012"
Only three hand pulls but two were unused.
The only beer being Banks's Sunbeam which was a cracking pint so had two but then had to leave to get my footy fix at the M&B club up the road.
Cost of said ale was �3.25 a pint.
bjbrummiejohn - 15 May 2012 08:26

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