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Chequers, Bromley Common - pub details

Address: 177 Southborough Lane, Bromley Common, Kent, BR2 8AP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12800) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bickley (0.7 miles), Chislehurst (1.3 miles), Petts Wood (1.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 7 users)
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Visited this pub several times over the last couple of years being relatively close to home.Always found the food good, very reasonably priced and almost served before being ordered.Only ever seen two real ales available, Abbot and one other.Bar staff friendly at all times and very efficient.
pheast - 17 Aug 2012 14:09
Had my wedding reception here last month (June) and we were more than happy with the service we received. The rear of the pub has a separate area which the bar staff cordoned off for our guests and everything went superbly well on the day. the couple running the pub and staff could not have been more helpful and everything we asked for was done without problem. Recommended!
bushwhacker1 - 14 Jul 2010 12:02
I have to say that I really enjoyed my first ever visit to this pub, even though I have lived close for many years. It's got a great "local" feel to it, quite old fashioned, and the ale on tap was great. House ale was abbot ale, and the guest ale was called flankers tackle, which was one of the best ales I have ever tasted in a pub. Food was also good in here, but before I rate it really high, I will pop back one night and see if it's as nice then as it was on my first visit. First impressions though are always a good reflection, and I thought the place was great, and look forward to going back.
enjoy_a_pint - 28 Mar 2010 20:39
This is what i consider my "local" - living in birmingham at uni up there, but this is my favourite pub in brommers. Its expensive, which is the only downside i think - a pint of fosters is 2.50, and a magners is 3.55. However its made up by the locals who are there, always willing to talk to you in the evening. Its not usually bustling, but busy enough to make it feel loved. Currently renovating, half the pub at a time, so its quite small athe moment. IPA and abbots served when i went in.
arnold - 5 Nov 2006 16:20
This is one pub that has certainly risen in my estimation since my last posted comment. The current landlord is very friendly & accommodating & has done an excellent job in turning this place round again. Still Greene King IPA & Abbot but you can now also find a beautifully kept pint of Ruddles County, something of a rarity in these parts. A game of pool will set you back 1.20 but no deposit or expense is necessary to throw a few darts. Petite rear bear garden where you'll get eaten alive by bugs after dusk, there are also a few benches out the front overlooking Southborough Lane. The Chequers has been one of the 1st pubs in the area to apply for a late licence for Thursday through Sunday for when the new laws come into effect, let's hope they get it. Frequent BBQs & novelty fun days throughout the summer, the effort is certainly being put in - we pray the current proprietor sticks around for the foreseeable.
young_camra_collectiv - 31 Jul 2005 10:15

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