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The Trocadero, Gravesend - pub details


Address: 168 Windmill Street, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 1AH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32710) - 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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user reviews of the Trocadero, Gravesend

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Thankfully shut.
ralphiemalphie - 22 Oct 2012 21:13
One of the town centre pubs. Deserted during the day and at night dark and intimidating. One best visited at the end of a pub crawl
phonak - 17 Jan 2010 20:13
Situated in a road just off the main High Street, I found the Trocadero to be a rather tired and slightly depressing pub on a recent weekend evening visit. The traditional exterior is inviting enough, yet within this single-roomed establishment, there is little to catch ones attention: a spit and sawdust job with limited seating and little - if anything - to really grab your attention in terms or trinkets, ornaments etc. To the rear of the pub is a DJ booth, a plasma television - then showing the football on silent - , and a battered leather sofa. A far from extensive drink-range is a disappointment, with no real ales and only the basic keg lagers and bitters being available - though prices were admittedly on the cheap side. According the poster I observed in the gents, a full-programme of entertainment is on offer: a twice-weekly quiz, karaoke, a �cheese� music night and - as was the occasion on my visit - rock night. Admittedly, the music being aired was rather good, yet the volume control needs to be looked at - Motley Crue and �Girls, Girls, Girls� ensuring the ear-bleeding commenced upon entry. To add a further woe, there were a total of three customers within - and semi-sloshed ones at that! The staff were friendly and welcoming enough, however. To conclude: an OK local in some respects, yet, a desperate and down-trodden kind of place, in serious need of some TLC and perhaps, some kind of an overhaul. I do fear for the future.
HTM69 - 6 Apr 2009 16:38

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