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The Mundy Bois, Pluckley - pub details

Mundy Bois

Address: Mundy Bois Road, Pluckley, Kent, TN27 0ST [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30142) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Pluckley (1.4 miles), Charing (3.8 miles), Lenham (4.6 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Black Horse, Pluckley (1.0 miles), George Inn, Egerton (1.4 miles), Dering Arms, Pluckley (1.4 miles)

 

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The Rose & Crown was our penultimate pub of the day in Kent (the last was the Queen's Arms in Egerton Forstal which is not listed on here and not worth adding). We gathered something was going on when we arrived, as cars were parked all along the lane. We initially thought there was a band playing. There was, but it was as part of the entertainment for a beer festival. I ordered a spirit from the bar for my wife, where they told me there were more real ales outside. I then went outside to order a beer only for somebody who'd just arrived at the bar to jump the queue and get served ahead of me. Then I was told I needed to buy vouchers inside at the bar (why didn't the bar staff tell me that in the first place?). Back at the bar, I was about to be served when somebody else wandered up to the bar and I was ignored again in favour of presumably somebody else the staff knew. After an order involving a Guinness which required the obligatory top-up and a spirit with a mixer and then an enquiry about what chocolate they sold(?), I finally managed to get the required voucher to go back to the outside bar and join the queue again!! The whole process took 15 minutes - not too satisfactory. There were plenty of people outside, with a marquee hosting the band and also a food stall. Ales were Whitstable Native Bitter & Pearl Of Kent, Harveys Sussex Best Bitter, Nelson's Trafalgar, Friggin' in the Riggin' & Nelson's Blood, Musket Fife & Drum & Flintlock & Dartford Wobbler Curiously Dark. Cider was Biddendens Bushells. I tried the Curiously Dark, which wasn't the best beer in the world. Nice to see a beer festival. But service was lacking and beer quality was questionable.
blue_scrumpy - 31 Aug 2015 15:27
Great little local. Sunday Lunch is lovely. All the food I have had at this pub has been good. I especially like the homemade beans with poached egg on toast. Well worth a try. I am not a beer drinker - Gin and Tonic for my sins but loved the Brandy and Lovage during the Christmas Period. However, my husband does tell me that all the beers he has tried has been very good.

I have always felt very welcome by Donna and Dave - keep the good work going!
Pubfriendly - 7 Jan 2011 15:07
My husband and I, recently visited the mundy bois and the staff were very friendly, the food was excellent, especially the fish and chips and the steak and guinness pie. With a lovely open fire which gave a cosy feeling, we will definitely be back.
sadiet - 10 Nov 2010 20:13
Great little pub with history, character and a a lovely garden. Loos are clean and the food is superb. Worth a visiton a sunny afternoon or a winter evening when there is a fire lit.
joefuller - 25 Jul 2010 20:05
I have known this pub for nearly 17 years. It used to be a welcoming enough drinking pub without being in any way exceptional but the food was. It has unfortunatley gone down hill in a big way. the retaurant is shabby, the food dire and the service worse. It is just possible that if you have a young family and are looking for a pretty refreshment spot in the summer that having a drink the garden is OK but that I am afraid is it. Terrible shame.
Snowy3uk - 14 Jan 2010 16:54

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