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The Pembroke, Gravesend - pub details

Address: 23-25 King Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 2DU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29848) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Gravesend (0.2 miles), Tilbury Town (1.7 miles), East Tilbury (1.8 miles)

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As mentioned in the review below from March 2015 this is now called the Goose and is part of the Goose chain which have never been my favourite type of pub as they don’t normally have much ale choice and the ales they do have are from my experience not that well kept.

Large open plan and quite soulless to be honest, around a dozen punters in who were spread around with a few couples eating the cheap food available, the plates I saw go past me all looked average, that’s why the food is cheap!

4 hand pumps with 3 ales available which were Sharps Doombar, Courage Best and Tetley's Christmas Cracker which was my choice and was a decent seasonal offering with an abv of 4.3%.

Televisions on and music playing above the tv’s. We only came in for a quick beer and that’s all I think this place is good for.

lezford - 10 Jan 2016 15:55
Doom Bar and Courage beers are available.

gay friendly bar.
hogshead - 1 Jun 2015 16:20
I have only just realised this place changed its name to The Goose. So we went to the so called quiz night last week with no hope of it actually being decent.....but saying that we arrived 15mins before the start time and was asked if we wanted to do the quiz by a very enthusiastic member of staff. With the quiz sheet in hand a voice over the speakers which was quite loud told us about the quiz and what i can say as a easy set of rules to follow. Anyways the quiz started 15 mins later. Now half way through they did a game of Musical Bingo which we was reluctant to play as it sounded stupid, but they played another game later on during the quiz which we joined in. I will have to say it was nice to see the Quiz Master actually moving around the tables interacting with the people playing the quiz. A nice night had by all will probably go back tonight to see if it was a fluke but if not ill bring some mates in the future. Drinks wise usual stuff on the pumps im more into my bottled beers which there was a pretty good selection, soft drinks were a bit flat might need to be looked at but all in all will probably be back as long as it keeps up my expectations.
LoneWolf0407 - 26 Mar 2015 17:47
Look, if you have a strong stomach, at the facebook page for this pub and you will find the winners of the quiz for the last four weeks; look again, Sherlock, and you will find the computer that this flab four keep cribbing their answers from. How clever, how smart, how much pleasure they must derive from winning by cheating ! Equally nauseating is the sight of vast swathes of their pale , surplus and uninteresting skin spewing out of their catalogue clothes as they clamber over the furniture to bag their ill-gotten prize. I suppose if you look like the cast of "Shaun of the Dead" if they let themselves go and behave like aspirants to get on a Jeremy Kyle show, then the Goose Fat Club regulars have truly found their niche.
Pity, because this is not a bad pub, the prices and ranges of ales are all right, it is just Team 5,6,7,8 ( representing their mental ages, intelligence quotients or chins) that leaves such a nasty stench
nominateddiver - 16 Mar 2015 16:01
Courage, Morland Original and Charles Wells Bombardier were available. Not the most inspiring beer choice in the world. And I'd rather have a pint without someone with a short skirt and multiple tattoo's trying to sell me a bikini.
What type of cross dresser do they take me for ??
jimshoppenus - 7 Jun 2013 11:43

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