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The Two Doves, Bromley - pub details

Address: 37, Oakley Rd, Bromley, Kent, BR2 8HD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7996) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hayes - Kent (1.4 miles), Bickley (2 miles), Petts Wood (2.1 miles)

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This was the better of Bromley Common's two pubs. It is the only pub in the area stocking real ale. Although, it is still a Young's pub. In addition to the Bitter & Special, there was St Austell Tribute & Harvey's Sussex Best Bitter. There were a few in on my Saturday lunchtime visit, with a few individuals and a couple of groups. Some were sat outside at the front in the sunshine. World Cup rugby was on the TV. Seemed friendly enough and the interior is quite cosy.
blue_scrumpy - 22 Sep 2019 12:49
I have been to this pub about ten times this year being local to me.Always found a friendly welcome and no wait to be served.Lunchtime.Food (cold snacks) are served.
Four Young's beers on the pumps on my last visit 29 12 11.Young's,Young's Special,Young's Winter Warmer and Ellen's Ale,to be replaced by tribute when the barrel runs out so I am told.
A visit is strongly recommended if you like a small friendly pub in a quiet location.
pheast - 29 Dec 2011 14:12
The Two Doves is a very nice little village pub even though its on a busy road. There is a selection of good ales and home made snack sandwiches on the bar, sold for under 2 pounds. The beers on tap are competitively priced even for a small free house. Unfortunately theres no parking apart from on the road outside however the amazingly well kept garden at the rear makes up for any short comings, of which there are very few.
There's a great atmosphere in the pub and land lady is always in the bar talking to locals. We sat in the garden and it was as if you were sitting in someones back garden at home. It is very well kept and always clean.
Overall I would recommend anyone to visit this pub.

Carling2165 - 4 Jun 2010 07:36
Only been here/ther twice. Once in the very pleasant rear conservatory which is full of ambient light, the 2nd last October in the unbelievably long rear garden which as a previouys report says is very well tended. Supping the very well tended Sharps Cornish Coaster (9/10) under the gazebo on a really hot (for time of year) lazy Sunday afternoon was so good! I just cant understand why the bar lady (mousy blonde one) was so unfriendly and inhospitable!!! As per that pubspy bloke in the news shopper papar, this place is reknown for mistrusting (and utterly miserable) locals. That bar woman was horrible! Otherwise well worth a visit - only just off the main road. (Stick the Youngs crap).
operationmindcrime - 16 Feb 2009 08:39
Yes, it is a superb pub. It also has a very attractive beer garden at the back, an actual (and well tended) garden, not just a bit of space with some tables and chairs.
BSerious - 31 Jan 2009 11:01

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