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The Hen & Chickens Theatre Bar in N1

A very well kept pub, as the place is spotlessly clean and the barman was also very professional and knew his craft. The interior is a bit of a miss match of modern and traditional. The colour scheme was a mix of dark greens and reds with matching leather upholstered seating in corresponding red and dark green. The best feature for me was the original Victorian wall tiles surrounding the corner entrance, which is now out of use. Three pumps with two in use, London Pride and St Peters Golden Ale, so we went for the St Peters, which was ok for a quick half.
Reviewed by Real Ale Ray

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28th Jun 2017, 20:02
Review submitted by Ethelred The Unsteady amended by Ethelred The Unsteady
28th Jun 2017, 19:52
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28th Jun 2017, 19:42
Review submitted by Ethelred The Unsteady amended by Ethelred The Unsteady
28th Jun 2017, 19:36
Request to mark pub as open by ROB Camra approved
28th Jun 2017, 19:36
Request to mark pub as open submitted by ROB Camra, with included notes: Reopened as Amy's

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Pearson's Arms in Whitstable
The upstairs restaurant is pretty good, and the ales, served in the ground-level bar by pleasant young staff were up-to-scratch, even if, as noted, a tad on the dear side. There's a semi-basement too, which seems to be overspill for both.

There is a genial absence of sport TV, and among the papers on offer, not the Sun, nor the Daily Mail, nor the Daily Express featured amongst them. I did see The Poop's Times, and the Guardian too, so they can have two extra points for the last.

Notwithstanding these facts, some forty-something, barrel-of-lard-in-shorts sat there at the bar, with his elder and similar mentor, alternately bellowing into his 'phone, or reminiscing about the good old days, when he used to mix it as part of the Millwall-following mob.

So the apparent attempts to dissuade the riff-raff from entering have not been a hundred percent successful it seems.

Yeah, it could do better, but it's still not a bad place anyway.
by Ethelred The Unsteady at 20:06 on 28 June
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