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The Wrong 'Un, Bexleyheath - pub details

Wrong 'Un

Address: 234-236 The Broadway, Bexleyheath, Kent, DA6 8AS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5027) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bexleyheath (0.4 miles), Barnehurst (1.2 miles), Bexley (1.4 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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This is the older of Bexleyheath's two Wetherspoon's pubs, which are at either end of the town. Mine was an early morning visit, in a bid to fit in as many of the town's pubs. I indulged in a breakfast, as alcohol is not served until 9am. It's a fairly typical Wetherspoon's interior, being quite dark, with mainly open-plan seating and booths along one side wall. Service was pleasant. The usual Wetherspoon's ales were on here - Greene King Abbot, Ruddles Best & Sharp's Doom Bar. There were also 3 guests - Nelson Admiral IPA & Nelson's Blood & Portobello Central Line Red. In addition, they also have Old Rosie as a real cider. Fairly average place. But, one of the better places in this town for a decent beer (or cider).
blue_scrumpy - 28 Apr 2019 15:26
The beer on offer here is good and well priced, but they can't get points for that as that's the chain's business decision and not their own. There's always a crowd of old, loud, men talking balls and it makes it hard to talk with anyone you go there with. It seems to have a few regular alcoholics and there always seems to be at least one person talking way, way too loudly.
Some folk bring their kids here so they can be ignored there rather than at home, and that makes drinking there even worse. The food is fine, microwaved to perfection, I would just say don't go there if you have a chocie but, if you do, get a booth and also take a fly swat with you as it constantly has little black flies buzzing in your face. It's also not fun having to walk through guffs of cigarette smoke to get into the place.
Pubs rarely annoy me, but this one succeeds admirably.
If you want to go to a Wetherspoons, go to the Furze. If you want to go to an actually decent pub, go to the Prince Albert or the Robin Hood and Little John.
lechaise1977 - 5 Feb 2017 15:44
Wetherspoons, but better than many of those nearby in SE London. On my visit I enjoyingly drank Old Thumper at £2.49. Like many Spoons sold shots like sambukas at 3 for £5. Was very busy, standing room only, but it was a December Friday.
southlondonbeero - 31 Dec 2016 12:33
Old style 'spoons that I haven't visited for over 15 years.

Still a decent pub with none of the plebs that frequent the Broadway pubs further up.

8 pumps offering ales with 4 of the pumps being given over to Adnams on my visit. I opted for the Fat Sprat Amber Ale and it did not disappoint. Again as expected a very reasonable £2.15 a pint.

All in a very decent pub / 'spoons...I understand the Robin Hood is the best, I'll be back on another day for that one.
lezford - 8 Sep 2013 13:42
not a bad wetherspoons, probably could do with some more lighting but overall a good pub
Alman66 - 12 Oct 2011 14:07

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