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The King and Queen, East Malling - pub details

King and Queen

Address: New Road, East Malling, Kent, ME19 6DD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30395) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations East Malling (0.2 miles), West Malling (1 mile), Aylesford (1.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 18 users)
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Well, I've no complaints about the beer quality (although rather pricey): the Westerham Prince of ales was very nice. But for a pub that obviously fancies itself as a bit of a food joint ("will you be eating, sir?" ; and the cutlery already on many of the tables etc), it was a bitter disaapoitment. the 'Ploughmans lunch' came with a soft spongy white baguette which I assume came from one of those cheap Lidl or similar freezer packs: very poor. No butter , but a squirt of marge in a fancy pattern (pretty inedible but went well with the baguette I suppose); and a pretty indifferent piece of cheap n' cheerless cheddar. NOT a good 7 worth...
Beerwulf - 29 Oct 2011 19:42
I came into the Kings and Queen the other day to use the toliet and stopped for quick drink, not a bad pub really, staff are friendly, restuarant clean and tidy and i love the selection of food they have on offer on there menu.

I'm a long distance traveller as i live in Hertfordshire and i dont live in this area, but i came down here by train to visit my girlfriend, i think i will pop into the Kings and Queen, next time i'm over and treat my girlfriend for lunch.

I will be back, see you soon..
centre - 4 Jul 2011 12:26
Went here a couple of times recently. The staff are very friendly and the pub is clean and tidy. The second visit was in the evening and almost all the tables were in use. The pub is obviously popular as a place to eat out.
Having said that it is clearly not a pub which caters solely for food with just a token beer or two and I was impressed with the selection of real ales.
There were four available, Ringwood Best, Harvey's Sussex Bitter, Westerham Prince of Wales and Bombardier. The Harvey's and the Westerham ales were very good.
I was surprised to find the pub had lost it's place in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide!
If I lived in the area I would definately visit here both for a meal and for a drink of good real ale.
outtamehead - 13 Jun 2011 18:10
I really like this pub. Nice atmosphere, good staff, good grub and always perfect beer. I would recommend it to anyone, although when it's busy it can be a nightmare to find somewhere to park.
old_windbag - 15 Mar 2011 12:52
Had a delightful Sunday Lunch here last weekend. Also delighted to see (and drink) a couple of the new brews from the Tonbridge Brewery. Blonde Ambition and Auburn Myth. Both Excellent.
BeerEagle - 21 Sep 2010 12:31

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