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O'Neills, Bromley - pub details

Address: 27-29, East St, Bromley, Kent, BR1 1QE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5086) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bromley North (0.1 miles), Bromley South (0.3 miles), Sundridge Park (0.6 miles)

Chain: O'Neills

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Huge pub, subsequently it always feels empty even when I've been in there to watch the football. Sells Greene King IPA but that's not always on, so had to drink Coors last time.
southlondonbeero - 20 Nov 2016 12:02
Staff are friendly and beer is ok but have eaten in here twice and both times its taken an hour to get food when the place has been near on empty. Not bad, but dont order food unless you have a lot of time to spare.
Longshaft81 - 8 Sep 2015 10:18
Have slightly mixed feelings on O'Neils - it can look very lonely sometimes and feel a little sterile due to its size, but the beer and ale available is always of good quality and on many occasions I have had their sizzling breakfast which is very tasty and reasonably priced. Other times I have eaten there I have found the food to be good as well. Bar staff friendly, no doubt I will return
easyskip - 19 Aug 2015 09:50
I use this pub nearly every week for a drink before I move on. It's a bit of weird one is O'neills. Due to its size it becomes very easy to look empty a lot of the time. They do reasonable food and there's no doubting its excellence as a venue for watching sport. The giant screen hanging from the heavens means that you can still see it no matter how busy it is. On the negative side, as soon as it gets really busy it becomes almost impossible to get a drink. The staff seem to spend a lot of time hovering around the kitchen end of the bar. They need to introduce a zonal marking system behind the bar. I don't know if it's a result of the recession but they never seem to have enough staff. They are also now doing regular live music which is really good. On the whole you get a good crowd and no little oiks.
pikeyfish - 14 Jan 2011 16:19
I have been there a number of times lately and it never disappoints. The bar staff are very friendly and even at the busiest of time you are not waiting that long to get served, unlike Lloyds where I have given up many times.

The woman bouncer is one of the funniest and friendliest I have ever come across. We popped in 1 evening to find they hadn't any Guinness (this was during the snow period). We had a Guinness Red and then left. She asked us why we were leaving so early. She was amazed at our reason, no Guiness and we had a right laugh.

They have regular bands on and there is never any trouble there. It has a great atmosphere which is helped by the traditional pub interior and moody lighting.

As I have mentioned before the worst thing about the place is its toilets. The mens are worse than a train stations.

If you are out near Market Square then this is the best pub to go to.
TheDaleks - 6 Feb 2010 17:39

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