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Kings Arms, Upper Upnor - pub details

Address: 2 High Street, Upnor, Rochester, Kent, ME2 4XG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4260) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Strood (1.4 miles), Rochester (1.7 miles), Gillingham - Kent (1.9 miles)

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user reviews of Kings Arms, Upper Upnor

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Two bar Edwardian free house in Upper Upnor. Friendly and efficient staff. After a long walk six of use called in for Sunday lunch at 4pm they couldn't have been more helpful, and the food was excellent. The beer (Welton's Sussex Pride) was also in very good condition. A good example of what a modern pub should be about.
simontheeditor - 29 Oct 2014 21:38
Loved this place so much I had to return the next day. Had all the things I wanted from a boozer including a lovely garden, bar billiards, a quiz machine and some top beers on offer.

The first day I visited they had a beer called Oscar Wilde from the Mighty Oak Brewery. This beer was recently voted Champion Beer of Britain and I could see why. This beer is a dark mild and at 3.6% ABV I wouldnt usually go for this due to my penchant for stronger tipples. However, I am glad I did as it was the nuts. It was a pity that by the time I returned the next day it had run out.
BeerGutt - 12 Sep 2011 13:46
Five ales on of which I went for the Whitstable IPA - a good enough beer. The place has a public bar, lounge-come-dining area and a bar billiards room. The bar man came round and actually asked me if the music was too loud and would I like it turned down... what a differnece from the ratholes of Gillingham.
anonymous - 12 Mar 2011 23:39
Good beer, good food. Nice pint of Purity Gold and a roasty stout, the name of which escapes me. Delicious home cooked lasagne to boot. Would definitely return.
JonW999 - 11 Sep 2010 15:11
Decent pub. Does decent enough food. Good range of cask ales - the range has been growing over the years. Big, popular beer garden. And bar billiards. The dining room is separate from the rest of the pub, and has its own bar. There are two other bars.
SilkTork - 29 Jan 2010 18:32

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