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O'Neill's, Beckenham - pub details

Address: 9 High St, Beckenham, Kent, BR3 1AZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23674) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Beckenham Junction (0 miles), New Beckenham (0.6 miles), Clock House (0.7 miles)

Chain: O'Neills

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> Current user rating: 3.5/10 (rated by 27 users)
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Had several down years after they axed live bands playing saturday nights when the flats above complained. (I hate morons move above a pub and complain about noise) . It has however been on the up for the past few years. Now regularly serves London Pride, reasonabley priced at £3.20 a pint. Staff are good, and probably the most relaxing place to watch Football on Sky. Serve food throughout the day which is normally pretty good.

southlondonbeero - 27 Nov 2016 15:32
Would recommend the previous posters give it another go. Been using ONeils regularly since March this year and never had a problem. Its had a minor refurb, the staff are great and regular live music/DJ.
bushwhacker2 - 14 Oct 2014 15:40
This place has gone downhill rapidly I'm afraid. Asked the barmaid for a pint of Caffery's and told it was not served there anymore. Which is a bloody poor show considering it is served at all the other O'Neil's I've been to and they are meant to be a chain of authentic Irish pubs. So I then asked for a pint of Smethwick's which they just happened to have run out of. So I settled for a pint of Guinness and was overcharged. AVOID this place and Patrick's next door like the plague unless you like being ripped of.
Masterpint47 - 8 Jan 2014 03:36
Until my visit yesterday, I'd always been very impressed with this O'Neill's in the five or six times I'd visited over the last couple of years. Yesterday however they lost themselves a customer:

- tables filthy and sticky, empty plates and glasses left lying. I'd expect this in a Wetherspoons, not here.

- service acceptable, not particularly cheery, and it was very obvious they were badly understaffed - the guy serving me, whilst polite enough, seemed panicky and flustered.

- screaming kids, wailing babies. This is not acceptable in a adult boozer especially on a Sunday afternoon.

- The food....where to start - O'Neills used to be reliable for serving honest pub grub in generous portions at a fair price. The new menu is an absolute joke - I ordered the "Ultimate Fish & Chips" described as a jumbo portion of the regular offering - costing £8.99. I received a tiny, tired looking affair that wouldn't satisfy a 10-year old. I finished my pint and headed over to Waitrose opposite to purchase a ready meal for when I got back home.

There's something seriously wrong with this place, as it used to be great. Until it's sorted I won't be back.
BeerMonster1983 - 18 Feb 2013 12:56
dump, chav, scum, I think this captures the place
BECKENHAMFRED - 9 Jul 2012 01:34

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