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The Litten Tree, Aylesbury [Closed] - pub details

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Previously called: Bar Med

Litten Tree

Address: 17 Kingsbury Court, Kingsbury Square, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP20 2HZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 889) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Aylesbury (0.3 miles), Stoke Mandeville (2.6 miles), Little Kimble (4.9 miles)

Chain: Litten Tree

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> Current user rating: 3.4/10 (rated by 16 users)
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Now been cleaned up a lot. Friendly Staff, more than reasonable food and a good selection of sensibly priced ales. Smartarse door staff spoil it a bit at weekends though.
triumphman - 28 Oct 2011 13:24
now the kingsbury
if aylesbury had a public toilett the kingsbury would be it !
18 monthes ago it had quite a nice refitt but as the manager left it has now been left to rot ever since .
mainly populated by the stella crew normaly found on the benches around the square or the local homeless
its a great shame as it was realy starting to come together but now its just run down dirty and badly run !
avoid at all costs
speedo - 23 Jul 2011 19:34
Rude staff who don’t know how to make a cocktail. I will not be making a return visit.
jlh22 - 24 Jan 2009 21:27
This is Aylesbury's premier "Hoe-fightin'" venue and really needs demolishing - preferably with the usual clientele still inside.
DeepThought - 18 Jul 2008 15:19
For my sins I recently visited this venue, and after eventually negotiating my way past the sarcastic witisisms of the two bouncers, which incidentally were more Max and Tanya than Max and Paddy, I found myself inside.

Did I dare to choose a pint of watery beer with less of a head on it that one of King Henry VIII's unfortunate wives, or go for the safer option of a bottle? A bottle it was then, on the basis that is was stored unopened and there was less chance of it getting spilled by a flailing elbow as I side-swiped my way through the energetic party revellers.

Getting back to the bar for a second drink was like the opening scenes of Saving Private Ryan, and although instead of bullets and mustard gas it was vulgar obscenities and cheap perfume that filled the airspace, I would have still preferred Tom Hanks to lead the way.
As per my previous visit to the bar, I didn't get served until, friends, colleagues, lads they took a shine to, or anyone with a height advantage over me had been served first.

After some time spent watching two teens attempting the Jitterbug, the evening wouldn't have been complete without the main event of two alcohol-fuelled 'men' Greco-style wrestling, with bottles and people being knocked to the floor in their wake. They did eventually take their 'fight' outside, presumably because they wouldn't have got their Ben Sherman shirts any dirtier if they rolled around on the pavement, as opposed to the carpet.

We were also reminded by the DJ, on several occasions, that we could post pictures of ourselves ‘enjoying’ the evening on Facebook. The mere thought of pictorial evidence of my visit being published to the World Wide Web is enough to consider becoming a hermit. Either that or emigrating to Outer Mongolia. Do they know about Facebook out there yet?

I paid £3.00 to enter this place; I would have happily paid anything above this to leave.

Finally, a word of advice for anyone wishing to frequent, or being dragged to this establishment; If you've got a shirt or a top that matches, wear fishing waders, just on the off chance that you'll have to visit the facilities during your eventful stay.

InnCheck - 23 Jun 2008 13:19

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