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The Rose, Bexleyheath - pub details

Address: 179 Broadway, Bexleyheath, Kent, DA6 7ES [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6251) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bexleyheath (0.6 miles), Barnehurst (1 mile), Bexley (1.3 miles)

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The Rose is on the Broadway, Bexleyheath's main street. As others have commented, the bar is immediately in front of you, as you enter. There is a choice of two doors, both next to each other. So, I was expected to find two rooms. But, they have been joined together. Nevertheless, the interior still feels very traditions. It was still fairly quiet on our Saturday morning visit. So, there was no problem getting served or finding a seat. 4 ales were Courage Best, Sharp's Doom Bar, St Austell Proper Job & Dorking Pilcrow Pale.
blue_scrumpy - 28 Apr 2019 15:45
This pub, a mainstay of the Broadway for coutless decades, still has the same look from the outside as it has for many years.
A good, traditional pub, it is never too loud inside and the bar staff are welcoming. The selection of beers is good, in my opinion, and I've not experienced a bad pint as previous and older reviews have stated.
My main problem with this pub is only that it is really pushed for space, I've been there a number of times only to walk straight out again as either the doorway was blocked (the door is straight onto the bar) or there was crowded standing room only with no seats, which are also few in number.
If the issue of space was addressed somehow, this would be a great pub that I would visit more often but as I've had to walk out, I rarely try to visit again.
lechaise1977 - 29 Jun 2016 09:55
Busy locals pub on the Broadway.

5 pumps offering 4 beers, Spitfire, Doom Bar, St Austell's Trelawny and Harvey's Best.

I opted for the Trelawny and to be honest I shouldn't have bothered. It had a slight vinegar taste which indicates it's on the way out.

Pleasant enough pub, attentive barmaids, tv on mute and juke box at a reasonable level.

Probably my one and only visit this lifetime.
lezford - 8 Sep 2013 13:39
so madelle why a factory?do you think that people who work in factories have no people skills?where do you work madelle?do you in fact even have full time gainfull employment?or are you receiving benefits madelle?are you really mad elle?your rant in capital letters makes you seem mad elle...are you getting help??...go and say sorry to the blonde lady behind the bar,it will help you get better oh and stay off the drugs or buy better quality.
laughingduck - 4 Aug 2011 14:22
IAM A REAL ALE DRINKING AND A MEMBER OF CAMRA,THIS PUB COULD BE A GOOD PUB BUT THE WOMEN BEHIND THE BAR WITH BLONDE HAIR WAS VERY RUDE,NO SMILE AND QUESTIONED ME ABOUT WHO I WAS WITH IN REGARDS TO BUYING A DRINK.I DONT BUY FOR UNDERAGE PEOPLE.VERY CHEEKY IF YOU ASK ME.FORGET THIS PUB GO TO THE ROBINHOOD AND LITTLE JOHN PUB DOWN THE ROAD FROM THE ROSE BETTER PUB ALL ROUND.THIS LADY NEEDS TO WORK IN A FACTORY BECAUSE SHE HAS NO PEOPLE SKILLS.
ellemad - 4 Aug 2011 11:13

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