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The Frog And Toad, Gillingham - pub details

Frog And Toad

Address: 38 Burnt Oak Terrace, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 1DR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5201) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Gillingham - Kent (0.3 miles), Chatham (1.6 miles), Rochester (1.9 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
Cask Marque accreditation

General information: Regular beer festivals.

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 16 users)
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I have had quite a few decent pints in here. Really worth visiting during a beer festival.
Librarian39 - 24 Apr 2013 21:26
This is an odd pub. The London Pride is okay, and most of the locals are freindly enough, the thing that lets it down is the landlord who is rather rude. If you want a backstreet pub in Gillingham I would walk another 5 mins for the countryman and be in better company.
shottendenaveling - 6 Nov 2012 21:48
Don't know if regularly like it, but the real ale seemed 'tired' to me. Not unfriendly, but then not anything. I gather the only point in going here is for the beer festivals. Must look out for one, otherwise Asda's does better beer.
oneandsix - 9 Jan 2011 12:39
We tried this pub as a member of Medway camra suggested it to us.
What a "mistake to make", forgot the name of the beer but it tasted like malt vinegar, all three of our pints...

Serves hot food it said, that was correct either at 01.00 in the afternoon.

The lady who served us wasn't interested in us at all, the newspaper was more important. They had 3 ales on , one was London Pride, the other a 6.5% one.
But we tried a 3.5%, as you read before it was very sour.

Its also up a very steep hill when you come from James street. Its about 15 to 20 mins walk from the station.
markos - 23 May 2010 22:27
The Frog & Toad is only a short walk from the station but is so tucked away in Gillinghamís back streets that only the locals and the ale hunters would ever find it. The interior consists of 2 knocked through but off centre rooms with an unusually situated kitchen in a seaparte room to one side away from the bar. The far room is more of a public bar with darts and plasma TV although there is another dart board in the main bar as well as an upright piano for those Knees Up Mother Brown moments. The sign outside boasts 30 Belgian Beers although I canít claim to have noticed and despite the rear room being festooned with pump clips, disappointingly there were just 2 of the 5 pumps operational with Youngs Winter Warmer and London Pride hardly being an inspirational selection. That said, there is little competition in Gillingham on the Ale front so whatever is on offer comes as a bonus and to be fair, this was an early Sunday lunchtime and the pub was empty apart from myself and 4 Aston Villa fans ahead of the recent cup tie. Sunday papers on the bar were a nice touch and it all feels quite homely with old photos and maps on the walls. The F&T is certainly one of the better Gillingham options but probably not worthy of specifically going out of the way for (unless one of their beer festivals is on).
RogerB - 22 Jan 2009 09:44

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