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I was expecting this pub to be open at 11am. But, it no longer opens until midday. In fairness to its website, it has been updated and is correct, unlike a couple of the other local hostelries that I will come to later. The Partridge enjoys a prominent location on the corner of the Market Square. It used to be a bank. The interior is certainly quite impressive. Although, other early drinkers instead preferred the outdoor area. Ales were all from the Fuller's range - London Pride, ESB & Botanist's Batch, Gale's HSB & Dark Star Hophead & Session. Nice enough building. But, whilst my beer was well-kept, it wasn't my ideal choice. My next stop was a brand new micropub called the Lock & Barrel, which I will request to be added to BITE.
blue_scrumpy - 14 May 2019 20:20
On a summer's evening, you can sit in the garden, and take in the view of the church. Or, if you prefer, you can look at the large, dark, brick building with no windows, and reflect on the fact that people built that, and wonder why. I surmise that even after a few pints of Discovery you will still be wondering. There are worse ways to pass time though, some would say.

Seven hits that spot for me.
Hulots_hat - 29 Jun 2018 12:16
This is actually turning out to be a really good pub. It's only downfall is the prices, it's one of the most expensive boozers in Bromley. They regularly put on live music which is always a winner and guarantees it will be packed. Hats off to them for being the only pub to pay for live music in January and it payed off handsomely!
pikeyfish - 27 Jan 2017 16:46
Decent enough Fuller's town centre pub.

Men can be seen hiding in here while womenfolk search for new bags said Simone de Beavouir or somebody.
terenced - 6 Jun 2016 09:56
Decent enough pub, although being Fullers a bit pricier than most in Bromley. No longer has Sky Sports (but does have BT)
marky_mark1970 - 20 Jan 2016 11:29
Having not used this site for a few years, thought it was high time I started adding some reviews after moving to Bromley a little while back. The Partridge is now my local and I always try and pop in there at least once a week. The atmosphere is very good, the bar staff friendly and attentive and being a Fullers pub there is also a decent selection of beers. Food also good. Would recommend, probably the best pub in Bromley
easyskip - 19 Aug 2015 09:39
My last pub of the day and again a pub I haven’t been in for several years.

It was just after 5.15pm on Saturday and football was about to start on the television so the pub was filing up and getting busy.

6 pumps on there were offering 3 Fullers Ales, they were London Pride, HSB & ESB, Watkins OSB , Adnams Ghost Ship and Butcombe Adam Henson's Rare Breed. I had 4 pints of the Rare Breed and each one was excellent.

Extremely good and attentive staff meant it never took longer than a minute or so to get served.

The décor is nice there are large chandeliers hanging, lots of wood and 2 small snugs at either end of the bar.

A cracking Fuller’s pub that is definitely worth a visit.
lezford - 10 Apr 2015 13:42
Really enjoyed spending a couple of hours in this very pleasant pub. The pub is set out very well with a main bar area and a couple of quieter areas. The beer was of the usual high standard you'd expect of a Fullers pub and the service was excellent. The food I had was good and I'd definitely go back.
Devereux - 29 Nov 2014 07:02
I didn't experience any of the problems albert99 encountered when I visited a few months ago.
The place has a gentlemens club feel about it with lots of wood panelling, plush decoration and massive leather chairs.
The bar layout is typical Fullers.
The beers were fine and I enjoyed a comfortable 90 mins or so here.
outtamehead - 3 Jun 2014 09:28
I've always enjoyed the beer here, though some recent comments suggest things have become a bit chaotic.

Let's hope it's just a passing phase.
eddybeer - 5 Feb 2013 16:05
Sorry to disagree with the comments. I was in the pub over the weekend and it was an absolute disgrace. The toilets were blocked, and the chef walked out and where were the management? The Manager, who is entitled to his holiday, left his son in charge(he could not run a bath never mind a public house). Where was he? Nowhere to be seen, as he was out with his friends on the p**s. An absolute disgrace, and by the way, the gents were put out of service on Friday night, which meant the males had to use the disabled toilet, which some person thought that it was a good idea to be sick in, all over the floor! As a result of this, it meant that the male customers had nowhere to go! It was like a Carry On Film, albeit more funnier.
albert99 - 24 Jul 2012 20:13
Always enjoy a visit to The Partidge. Staff are always great, beer well kept as you'd expect, and the pies last winter were great. A nice way to remove yourself from the Saturday afternoon bustle of Bromley.
tomtrumps - 13 Jul 2012 13:20
Nice Fuller's pub with a good selection of bitters and ales.
trottis - 26 Feb 2012 15:10
And did you see that Tom got in the local paper when the local MP (whose name escapes me and pretty well everybody in the constituency) paid a visit to launch The Partridge as CAMRA's SE London HQ or some such? Very dapper.

Standards as good as ever, with delightful staff (let's hear it for Silvia!), well-kept beer and decent food: though why they continue to make the pie cases out of discarded roof tiles beats me.


guayabera - 4 Jan 2012 14:03
Well done, Tom! Congratulations on having your hair cut like that for charity and the hair transplant is coming on fine.
cha123 - 15 Aug 2011 13:01
A little pricey perhaps - but it's certainly worth it. If you pay peanuts you get monkeys after all.
trottis - 26 Jun 2011 14:51
The food expensive ?
Well yes, but it's all freshly cooked, by a real chef. Most pubs do what I call a ping meal, stick it in a microwave, and minutes later these'e a ping and it's ready. What you need to do is look on the Specials Blackboard, and see what you want off these. This is all made that day. Failing this, try the Fish and Chips, all freshly fried.
No Guest Beers ?
Well it is a Fullers pub, so what do you expect ?
As to no Chavs, well if walk in and you're under 25 you just get stared at and made to feel uncomfortable.
Polish barmaids ?
There used to be 2 of them, where are they now ?

Shagnastie - 13 May 2011 13:29
I had not been in for several weeks when I visited last week. Still the same pleasant local. Glad to see that the delightful Polish Barmaid, Silvia, is still there and the pate I had was pretty OK. But, my usual moans, why can't they have guest beers? Why is the wine so expensive and limited, largely, to France and Italy? And why does most of the food cost twice what it does in many of the other pubs I go to?
guayabera - 11 May 2011 22:36
Decent pub. Thankfully Pikey & Chav free still! Lovely.
trottis - 27 Mar 2011 16:42
Lovely pub. Great staff. Great food. Great ales and even the lager is well kept. Am quite a regular now!
Dunnlop - 20 Sep 2010 13:52
I have visited the Partridge a few times for lunch and I must say that this is a very good pub. I would recommend the Fullers Puff Pastry pie. Even though the pub gets busy at lunch time you get the feeling of real space when inside due to the high ceilings and well decorated walls. There is a very good selection of real ales and up market but not snobby beers, wines and spirits.
This pub is perfect for lunch or a beer after work, it also has satellite TV. Some form of sport will be shown but only at peek times or when a big game is on.
Brilliant pub its a must to visit.

Carling2165 - 4 Jun 2010 09:26
Great pub. Excellent Fuller's Ales.
trottis - 9 May 2010 16:35
I'm afraid that I have not seen the delightful blonde lady for a while now but there is a very cheerful new brunette (Alison?) and, of course, the delightful Polish Silvia is still around.
guayabera - 25 Mar 2010 18:42
I currently live in the North of England, but whenever i'm down South visiting friends, we are always choosing the Partridge for our nights out.

As a regular ale drinker, i have been to many other pubs that dont know how to pour the perfect pint - then you come to the partridge where the ale is magnificent, the staff are in a league of their own and the atmosphere is second to none.

Although i am not down south again until April, i am thouroughly looking forward to seeing the lovely blonde barmaid who is a ray of sunshine compared to most miserable pub workers in Bromley that i have come accross - and what a bonus having such a cheeky and attractive center point to your already impressive pub.

Will see you soon Partridge!
minesapint80 - 23 Mar 2010 13:10
This used to be a great pub until the scouse ast manager left and they replaced him with a less impresive moody bloke who has also left now, please bring back the good old days of good beer good food and good fun banter with the poles the small greek girl and the scouser
williamshatner - 12 Mar 2010 12:27
Have been using the Partridge for almost 10 years and cant think of a better Fullers establishment in which to enjoy a pint of Pride. Sure it's an older crowd in there, and the music is background - two great plus points and exactly as it should be. If you want noise and the 18-30 crowd go next door. Food is spot on - right price and good quality. Beer is very well kept, the Manager is accessable for comment if required. Never had a problem with staff and if I did would report it immediately. Don't change a thing!
mclj2007 - 4 Mar 2010 14:08
Looking back at some of the posts from the middle of last year, there is quite a lot about the rudeness of the staff. I was going there quite often and don't recall that being a particularly bad time but I think the critics would agree that the bunch behind the bar now are a pretty good crew. I think the only thing may be that there is usually such a crush at the bar that they are not rude but simply do not have the time to engage in banter if they are going to keep the service going. But I do go back to my earlier point - it would be so nice if there was a guest beer now and again.
guayabera - 15 Feb 2010 13:36
If I am not in the mood for O'neill's then The Partridge will be my next choice if I am in the centre of town. The blond haired bar maid smiled non-stop when serving us and it made us feel very welcome.

The pub never changes which is good. It has a very grand interior in traditional pub style. I can't think of a better pub interior in Bromley than here.

Well worth a visit if near Market Square.
TheDaleks - 6 Feb 2010 17:47
Very genial staff, nice and well lit bar area, few more ales on the pump than its fellow Fuller's pub the Tom Foolery has a few doors up. A slightly older clientle than most pubs in Central Bromley but don't let that put you off. A true gem.
Archdoodler - 5 Jan 2010 01:06
nice pub wher they kids fear to tread. Bit dear, but then thats the quality of fullers for you. nice ESB, and you dont get pushed about. No trouble or hassle, a haven away from the boy drinkers, so if you want to cause trouble and drink cheap lager, pl go elseware. barstaff are good, and dispite the change oof faces, they seel all up to the mark
Shagnastie - 14 Dec 2009 22:55
Nice surroundings and good food. Worth checking out the quiz on a Sunday evening too which is quite entertaining
Bruno5 - 29 Nov 2009 18:03
Good selection of ale and reasonable food by the looks of it. Quite a large corner pub with high ceilings. $ky TV on show and appears to be quite a popular place to watch the football scores come in on a Saturday afternoon.
Rod_Hariga - 12 Nov 2009 22:28
Good beer in selection and quality, food is also decent and reasonable. releaxed/nice atmosphere
sir_adam_of_downham - 3 Nov 2009 16:15
Beer is very good here, although I suppose it should be at around 3 for a pint. Never had a duff drink yet (hope that will not be the kiss of death) The staff are now far more pleasant, which ALWAYS makes such a big difference - seeing as they have always been very efficient. The best pub in Bromley high street with out doubt.
trottis - 18 Oct 2009 21:02
Was recommended by a friend....Sitting in the small beer garden on a Sunday afternoon watching all the shoppers hurry by...what can I say
The barstaff was fantastic, even remembered what drinks we ordered!
Can not wait to see what the atmosphere is like in the evening. Will make sure that I vist here again and again

flossiepink - 15 Sep 2009 22:05
My local. One decent pub in a town which is, a couple of backstreet gems aside, devoid of them. Nice atmosphere, alot of regulars but good passing trade and packed out when there is sport on the big screens. Excellent staff and attentive service. Downside? Food is OK but pricey and (by, I think, the brewer's policy) a lack of guest beers. And, because of its deserved popularity, it can be hard at times to get a table to eat at. But well worth a visit and it might become your local too.
guayabera - 5 Sep 2009 14:09
The Partridge is always a good choice if drinking in the town centre. It has changed little over the years despite other pubs around it closing or changing.

They don't sell McCoys crisps any more. Which is a shame as they went perfectly with a pint of London Pride. Like many of the other pubs in the town centre it was surprisingly empty at around 9-10ish on a Saturday night. Very quiet to be honest. I think it was busier during weekday evenings.

The bar staff have changed recently. I haven't seen the guy with the ponytail in there for ages. However the new young guy does a good job and does make you feel welcome.

They do have a very negative approach to music in there I have noticed. The music is very 'tinny' and of poor quality. It is like they have had complaints from the customers so have turned it down and the base. That seems strange as when there is an annoying sports game the sound is too loud and if I wan't to socialise we have to go to the back room.

Apart from that it's one of the town centres best pubs. Well that isn't hard to do as the choice in the town is painfully becoming limited. Bring back The Royal Bell I say.
TheDaleks - 25 Jul 2009 21:02
The Partridge is always a good choice if drinking in the town centre. It has changed little over the years despite other pubs around it closing or changing.

They don't sell McCoys crisps any more. Which is a shame as they went perfectly with a pint of London Pride. Like many of the other pubs in the town centre it was surprisingly empty at around 9-10ish on a Saturday night. Very quiet to be honest. I think it was busier during weekday evenings.

The bar staff have changed recently. I haven't seen the guy with the ponytail in there for ages. However the new young guy does a good job and does make you feel welcome.

They do have a very negative approach to music in there I have noticed. The music is very 'tinny' and of poor quality. It is like they have had complaints from the customers so have turned it down and the base. That seems strange as when there is an annoying sports game the sound is too loud and if I wan't to socialise we have to go to the back room.

Apart from that it's one of the town centres best pubs. Well that isn't hard to do as the choice in the town is painfully becoming limited. Bring back The Royal Bell I say.
TheDaleks - 25 Jul 2009 21:02
Another high score for the bar staff yesterday. Refused to have the volume turned up to watch The British Lions playing. Several people walked out and went to the Tom Foolery
albert99 - 17 Jun 2009 14:44
I enjoy going to this pub when I go back to Bromley. Clean, comfortable and my missus loves the pies there.
PerryGee - 4 Jun 2009 10:36
It's a decent pub, a good place to watch football as the Walkabout next door tends to act as a kind of idiot hoover. Maintained as a pretty standard Fullers town pub. The layout is interesting and adds character.

The service can be a little bit curt, I agree, but my bigger gripe with the place is the price of the drinks - the ale is pricey enough to compare to central London, which is very off-putting when most real ale pubs in the vicinity charge so much less. I'm not a fan of fruit-based drinks in the pub, but if your round contains a glass or two of wine you'd be advised to contact your bank manager before entry.


jones_smj - 18 May 2009 16:07
Staff were fine to me, beer was good too. Has Sky sports
oftenscore6 - 16 May 2009 15:35
A decent place for a good pint. Lived in the area for ages and this is still one of the few pubs to visit in Bromley. The Partridge has a very good atmosphere on most evenings and the staff are friendly once you get to know them. The bar is well run and the Pride is excellent. I enjoy going with friends and family on regular occasions and I hope it maintains the quality of the beer!
bob123 - 1 May 2009 23:39
Sadly, I have to agree with the previous posters' comments regarding the indifference of the bar staff. Some of them are bordering on being just plain rude. This is an issue that needs to be addressed IMO. A jolly shame given the Partridge is one of my favorite pubs in the area.
trottis - 19 Apr 2009 15:15
I visited this pub now and then,but not anymore the rudeness of the staff,was the worst i have ever seen.If the owner was there i'm sure he would have sacked them on the spot. A lovely pub-get yourself new staff-a very unhappy punter
thegirl34 - 6 Apr 2009 10:26
The Partridge never disappoints. It has 3 different environments to drink in and the atmosphere is always very pleasant. The do a great pint of London Pride. The Garden opposite the church will be great to use in the summer.

The funniest thing about the Partridge is the music. it's quite background and 'tinny' in the pub. you go into the toilets and it's a lot more livelier in the evenings it's the music coming through the wall from Walkabout!
TheDaleks - 27 Mar 2009 16:22
Good range of Fuller's ale's HSB, ESB, Discovery, and well kept beer. Nice quiet place for a decent pint, but it's a bit of an old man's pub! Friendly staff and customers are a bonus, and fairly good value too.
enjoy_a_pint - 7 Mar 2009 17:23
Not a bad pub, sky sports, well kept Fuller beers and lovely decor prefer the Tom Foolery tho
superseagulls - 1 Mar 2009 11:49
Pub is fine and the Manager Tom is one of the best that I have come across but the only problem is the rudeness of certain members of his staff and so I have stoped using the establishment
handers - 27 Jan 2009 12:43
Never disappoints. Pricey but the beers are always well kept (London Pride, ESB, Discovery and normally a George Gales) and the staff very efficient. A pleasant environment that attracts an older crowd.
blackheatheagle - 24 Sep 2008 08:06
Still the best pub anywhere near Bromley high street (wouldn't be difficult mind you) Ales are kept nicely -London Pride, Discovery esp. The staff are always efficient, and the tables are cleared/cleaned promptly when customers leave. Solid furniture and plenty of marble lends some class to The Partridge(formerly a bank)
trottis - 17 Sep 2008 21:00
great pub but going the same way as every other pub in the land by getting more and more of the columbian marching powder gang
anonymous - 9 Sep 2008 17:05
Probably the best pub in Bromley - very well kept beers (sep the Discovery) and quick service. Spotlessly clean and a good feel. Beer garden always popular on warm nights.

The exact opposite of an ASBO chav pub wish there were more of these. Highly recommended.
lobster56 - 8 Sep 2008 02:13
Great traditional pub with Fullers ales and good pies. Fantastic bar staff, we only go in there once a week after shopping on a Saturday and they know our order before we get to the bar. Always clean with a friendly atmosphere and they show sport.
killerschick - 27 Aug 2008 13:14
A very decent pub and one of the best in the norther part of Bromley Town Centre. it has got a lot busier over the last year most probably due to the lack of choice in the town centre but likely due to the good beer, nice traditional environment and friendly bar staff.

it is a fullers pub that serves a very good pint of London Pride. the interior is very grand and the bar even grander. the pub boasts two very cosy quieter drinking areas at the front and at the back. the garden is the best garden to sit outside on warm days especially with view of the church over the road.
TheDaleks - 16 May 2008 21:11
Nice pub. Didn't have Chiswick which was a bit of a disappointment.
Operates an under-21 ban.
twm_sion_cati - 6 May 2008 11:37
I used to use this pub a lot six or seven years ago and was pleased to see it hasn't altered. Still good quality Fullers, and as has already been mentioned a chav free zone. Lots of character and good food and a garden.
wellinformed - 21 Apr 2008 17:49
This place is popular and with good reason. Great range of beers and well-presented food menu with eating area away from the bar. Always plenty of staff on hand and I advise getting there early if you want somewhere to sit. A "character" pub with friendly atmosphere - not usually frequented by louts etc who have plenty of other venues around to choose from.
spexx - 12 Mar 2008 22:37
Absolutely spot on 'rpadam' - Couldn't agree more with your comments about "anon-o-anus" or whatever his/her name is.
trottis - 10 Feb 2008 00:44
"anonymous" on 23 August 2007 called this a "boring old farts pub". I guess that this was meant as abuse, but as a boring old fart I thank Fullers for providing me (and other BOFs) with such establishments where hopefully we will not have to meet "anonymous" or his/her ilk.
rpadam - 1 Jan 2008 19:29
Certainly the place to go if you want to avoid the Chavs and have a reasonably safe pint. Ideal for Saturday afternoon watching Sky Sports whilst your other half is shopping!
bushwhacker1 - 5 Dec 2007 14:00
I have frequented the Walkabout bar several times over the past few years, but prior to yesterday afternoons all to brief visit (Sept 4th), had failed to notice The Partridge next door. It turns out that its a wonderful bank conversion (evident enough once inside) under the Fullers brewery and unsurprisingly serving the usual array of excellent ales. I found it to be a most pleasant, light and airy establishment where one could easily pass the time. Clientele seemed to be mainly of the more mature and well behaved variety and was pleasingly un-Bromley like in that regard. There appeared to a beer patio or garden at the back of the pub which will have to be investigated at some point. The Partridge was a nice surprise.
HTM69 - 5 Sep 2007 19:18
Boring old farts pub, hardly a girl in the place.
anonymous - 23 Aug 2007 15:19
One of Bromley's better boozers. A safe pint - (do a nice pint of London Pride) If you want to avoid all those ghastly chavs on a Friday night! - take refuge at The Partridge. You could do far worse in Bromley...
trottis - 18 Jul 2007 00:32
An excellent Fullers pub converted from a bank in 1995. Solid, well refurbished and well kept. Good quality decor and wood paneling. Five different Fullers casks on offer. Tasty and excellent value food. Relaxed, comfortable and secure atmosphere.
SilkTork - 28 Jan 2007 13:34
Always thought of the Partridge as a safe pint, but the staff (and maybe the Manager) need a lesson in how to keep beer
anonymous - 28 Dec 2006 19:51
Over the years, I've been a regular , if infrequent, visitor to this place, mainly as a handy stopping-off point amid the terrors of Christmas shopping in Bromley.
Up to now I've always liked it. The conversion from a bank was tastefully done, the atmosphere's been pleasant, and the beer and service fine. This year, however I was extremely disappointed. The place was a mess; no tables appeared to have been cleared or cleaned for some time, the volume of the music seemed several decibels higher than I remember it, and the big TV screen, showing what appeared to be adverts for American products (I may be wrong about this, since there was no sound, thank God) was just a pointless distraction.
To top it off, for 2.75 I got a pint of Gale's Winter Brew that was just about drinkable, but which gave no pleasure or satisfaction whatever. That sadly sums the whole experience up, in fact.
earlydrinker - 21 Dec 2006 11:46
Dodgy foreign staff, nice beer though!!
simonbromley - 4 Dec 2006 19:13
This pub gets a couple of marks for its impressive decor, but it is completely let down by the very slipshod service and indifferent attitude of the staff. I was recently in here when the barman kept four customers waiting while he talked on the phone, then proceeded to deal with the customers in reverse order of their arrival! I won't be using this pub again for a very long while.
bromleyjon - 4 Jun 2006 09:38
A very tasteful and impressive refurbishment of a former bank building. Two fairly large yet unobtrusive television screens showing football on mute, decent background music at a sensible volume, good quality comfortable furniture, the full range of Fuller's ales including the splendid current seasonal beer, London Porter (ABV 5.4%) at 2.65 a pint; not really excessive for such a strong brew.
Rich66 - 2 Apr 2006 11:11
Rose among nettles indeed.
Pretty much the only pub in Bromley town centre that:

(a) Doesn't induce an immediate headache when you walk through the door

(b) Has been cleaned. Ever.

Great for watching footy (never too crowded) or meeting friends for a relatively civilised evening's drinking. Nice pies too and a tiny beer garden.
Great selection of beers and wines, and as a previous reviewer mentioned, there are a number of small human males scurrying around the bar on occasion. They were friendly enough, though without any real insight into England's perennial left midfield problem. Fair play they gave it a stab though.
If you're in Bromley and want a pint with grown ups, go here.
Arthurguinness - 10 Feb 2006 15:48
Always visit this one when visiting my friend in south London. Cracking wee pub with a good atmosphere and tables for the better weather
stanpetrov19 - 5 Sep 2005 19:23
As I walked into the foyer and through to the bar area I felt like I was a VIP customer of a Bank, about to withdraw a large amount of money, or beverages in this case. The high ceilings are impressive, but that isn't normally a factor I cream myself about, howver the armchairs, patio area and great selection of beers and wines would most certainly induce a semi.

A few points of interest:
1. Manicured toilets with extra large sinks.
2. Colony of rather small men standing at the bar, doing small men things.
3. The classic old guy propped at the bar, supping and starring into oblivion.

For your own safety remain in this quality bar until closing as Ricky from the Kaiser Chiefs "Predicts A Riot" and I'm pretty sure that every other pub in Bromley will have a hand in this !

I love you Arthur Guinness.
renewablebumpy - 19 Aug 2005 11:29
Great pub with good selection of drinks. Bar staff professional, toilets clean - all good stuff. I had the misfortune of visiting on a football day, but the customers were just about bearable during it. It's a miracle, considering the Bell and the Walkabout's proximity that this pub manages to avoid turning chav - keep the prices well above both and keep the tracksuits and caps out!
juliatheakston - 31 Jul 2005 16:37
You can't fail to be impressed by this converted High Street bank. One of the most striking interiors I've seen with original patterned ceiling & hanging chandeliers. Sport shown on large-screen muted TVs that don't spoil the mood. Rear courtyard good for summertime drinking overlooking the huge Parish Church. (Beware Sunday bell ringing can irritate.) Fullers ales: London Pride, ESB, Chiswick & new beer promised soon. Taste beautiful but you'd need a loan to have a session in here - 2.65 a pint is premium, even for the centre of town. Still, it's the classiest bar in Bromley. A rose amongst nettles.
young_camra_collectiv - 2 May 2005 11:12
Great little pub for having a drink with friends or your partner and for NOT being hassled by teenagers. Excellent for football watching without being overwhelmed by hooligans. A good starter or ender to an evening out. Foods ok but could be better.
NoPlaid - 14 May 2004 10:36
Lovely little pub this one ...
a touch of class right by the teen pubs.
pop in and give it a try
Bobby - 13 Mar 2004 18:52
An excellent pub! Quieter than the Tom Foolery, but in the same league (run by the same people!) Food isn't as good though, but it's not awful by any means! Excellent Sunday night drinking - always feels cosy and welcoming. Interesting decor - used to be a bank, so has very high ceilings!
Louise R. - 5 Feb 2004 09:43
A decent pub. Better for the 30+ as the usually oinks stay to th Bell and Parphilionionion which are just next door.
David - 11 Dec 2003 22:01
Good for sport. Relaxed atmosphere. Nice pub, worth a visit.
Jim - 13 Oct 2003 15:01
Good old fashioned decor, nice little snug on the left as you go in. Definitely older crowd in there.
Pauly H - 10 Jul 2003 13:57
The best London Pride around: never yet had a poor pint. Food a bit overpriced and of variable quality - I've had both my best and worst Sunday Lunch here.
Gary - 4 Jul 2003 13:45
One of the only mature pubs to drink in.
anonymous - 29 May 2003 13:17
One of the nicer decked out pubs in Bromley. A bit of an older crowd, but still fun. Good for rugby and football
Lee - 10 Apr 2003 13:58
Bog standard Fullers Ale and Pie House. Nice enough when we went in.
Clare - 28 Jan 2003 14:01

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