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Beau Nash, Tunbridge Wells - pub details

Address: Mount Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4 8AU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7023) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Tunbridge Wells (0.4 miles), High Brooms (1.3 miles), Frant (2.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 21 users)
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I was here for lunch today. Tucked away well off the main road, this is an unpretentious, informal and friendly pub, albeit with some rather weary-looking furniture. The beer (Harveys Sussex) was well kept and good if not exceptionable. Fish and chips OK, but my friendís gammon was very good!

We did experience some communication difficulties with the young lady behind the bar, whose first language clearly is not English- the manageress had to sort the orders out on two occasions.

The bill for two pints, two main courses and two desserts was £23, which seemed reasonable.
pubsampler - 18 Apr 2012 18:54
One of the better pubs in TW, Great quiz night, and good live music (if a little cramped). Gets HEAVING in the summer, so get there early ish if you want to sit in the garden, and don't expect speedy service. But, great beer and a brilliant atmosphere makes it worth it. Also has probably the smallest Gents Toilets in the world!!!!
Petebuddle - 20 Sep 2011 15:09
Had a bad experience there one afternoon. Went there for lunch and as there were no veggie options among the sandwich selection my husband asked if he could have a cheese and onion baguette. The lady behind the bar agreed. A sausage and melted cheese baguette was delivered. My husband politely pointed out the mistake to a young barman. The baguette returned with melted cheese and fried onions. Probably the same baguette. The chef just removed the sausage. Husband went back to the bar and said he didn't want the cheese melted and the onions fried. The barman's response was "you should have said when you placed the order!" and stormed back off to the kitchen. We decided we didn't want to eat there anymore and upon leaving we got a mouthful of abuse from the barman. Gutted because we loved the Beau Nash but will never be drinking there again.
Deebs - 18 Oct 2010 19:01
Bring back Farlane...does anyone know whereelse they play??
Friedrich_87 - 19 Oct 2009 16:15
Can't comment on the food as I haven't eaten here, but it looks good coming out to other peoples tables. Great cosy little place in the winter with friendly helpful staff and open fires, but it's in the summer that this hidden gem comes to life... great garden with so much space, also great if the typical English summer shows itself as you can nestle under giant brollies with heaters... without doubt the best garden in Tunbridge Wells.
KettleChip - 13 Aug 2009 20:42

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