31 Pubs and Bars found in or around Bromley South (Train Station)

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White Horse

The north end of Bromley is something of a hinterland, separated by the A21 from the town centre and rarely sought out by shoppers or visitors. It also happens to be a veritable pub oasis, with at least five places within ten...

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The Red Lion

The area to the north of the town centre boasts a clutch of jolly decent pubs, but the Red Lion is a standout on any pub crawl in these parts. It was 2007 South East London CAMRA Pub of the Year and it's easy to see why. It's...

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Shortlands Tavern

Just under a year ago we had the unwanted task of downgrading the local of one of our reviewers. We are now delighted to report that the Tavern has been promoted back up to its former rating. It's not the high three-pinter it...

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Lord Holmesdale

The Lord Holmesdale (believed to be named after the local MP in the 1860s, one Viscount Holmesdale - note that the road name is spelt without an "l") seems always to have had a particularly poor reputation to bear in...

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Freelands Tavern

One of a number of pubs in this corner of Bromley, the Freelands Tavern is a Greene King establishment whose near-neighbour (the Red Lion) is, rather curiously, of the same brewery. These are two markedly differing places,...

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The Farwig

In the North end of Bromley on the way to Sundridge Park, the Farwig is one of those pubs of which we Bromleians have been conscious since our formative days, but which we have only recently taken to visiting from a critical...

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The Beech Tree

This family-run pub, being slightly out of the centre, is really one for the locals. It's quite a bold looking stand-alone building, rather different, with its huge bay window. Inside, there is nothing particularly all that...

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The Oak

A genuine and honest boozer, that's not trying to be something it's not. Unlike most of the more central Bromley pubs it's not trying to attract a particular type of clientele. The food's OK, (usual pub affair, sandwiches and...

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Chatterton Arms

The pub mentioned in Hanif Kureishi's 1990 novel "The Buddha of Suburbia", the "Chat" has so far avoided fancyapint?'s critical ink, partly because it's off the beaten track, but also because it once had a...

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Widmore

The "Bird in Hand" for as long as we can remember, recently this establishment was temporarily closed under something of a cloud. The reason for this was that in May 2008, the pub was the scene of an astonishing gang...

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The Crown

No longer a Beefeater but a Toby Carvery, the Crown hasn't really changed a great deal since its reinvention. The layout is basically the same, and the change of ownership amounts to little more than a rebranding. Sensibly,...

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