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Sennockian, Sevenoaks

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Nice enough JDW. Good beer and friendly service.
mjbea1 - 23 Sep 2014 22:20
Very cheap pint of beer. That must be commended.
You dont go into a Wetherspoons to eat just phone up Brakes brothers and order directly.
A slightly more civilised crowd than you average member of this chain.

It is what it is. No complaints from me and I do pop in when shopping for a swift half, makes it all the more tolerable.

Sessionmaster - 15 Dec 2011 13:05
Not quite as good as its opposite number in Tunbridge Wells, but this is still an above average Wetherspoons, which boasts decent food, toilets and beer.
Ok too on the service and decor fronts, with a diverse and friendly clientele, this pub is a pleasant enough pit stop.
nominateddiver - 1 Dec 2011 16:16
Walked in,
Was ignored by the staff,
Observed the usual Weatherspoons pre-midday crowd, a few crutches here, a neckbrace there and a couple of black eye's to complete the cosmopolitan, sophisticated ambience.
Walked out.
qualityhound - 9 Jul 2010 11:07
Medium-sized, civilised 'spoons. Busy, but not crowded, at lunchtime. Small outside area at the back for smokers, but you could hardly call it a beer garden. Ten handpumps - one doubled-up (Ruddles) - and another three 'Available soon' when I last visited, but one could hardly complain because these were being got ready for a Dorking Brewery 'meet the brewer' event later that evening. Had a nice pint of stout-ish Molly Malone from Weltons of Horsham; excellent value at 2.15.
rpadam - 27 Feb 2010 14:57
There are worse pubs than this about, and the real ale tends to be quite well kept. Last time I was in, I had a couple of pints of Westerham ale, which were very nice.
PapaC - 5 May 2009 21:34
Not a bad place, has been redecorated at some stage since the smoking ban I would guess! Staff are a bit surly and the food is edible, don't expect too much from the beer, it's a Wetherspoons after all.
foodelicious - 3 Jun 2008 18:35
One of the better Wetherspoons I have been into - not too dark, not too smoky. Good range of beers including Westerhams
mooose - 27 Mar 2007 11:04
A Pub that has both transformed its appearance in decor and staff. A very well run, organised, pretty pub! Welcoming to all; ale drinkers, coffee drinkers, wine and good food. Usual excellent value from Wetherspoon's. Would recommend to all.
Dawn - 9 Feb 2007 18:44
Fairly small (mid 90s?) Spoons; usual calorific but decent food. The local Westerham beers were better here than at the Smith & Jones across the way.
mtaylor40 - 24 Dec 2006 23:07
typical wetherspoons annally run was much better when arran was there
juzza - 28 Mar 2006 11:49
They put on a reasonable range of real ales, but the problem is that the manager is typical of a chain pub and doesn't know how to store or deliver it. As a result, the beer tastes foul. The pub is very dark, dank, dirty and has absolutely no atmosphere whatsoever. The food is pretty garbagie (typical for Wetherspoons), but worse than normal. The manager needs to be sacked and the bar staff changed, as they're generally surly and rude. Stay away from this one. Probably the worst Wetherspoons I've ever been in.
norgor - 26 Nov 2005 10:17
brilliant pub, great service and all the staff are really friendly. quickly served and brilliant atmosphere, a lot better than it was at the beginnign of 2004!!best wetherspoons around!!
anonymous - 18 May 2005 00:29

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