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 Selected Comments in Ramsgate

Mariana
 STAY AWAY
Most horrendous place ever - saw the staff kicking a foreigner and being SO RUDE to them just because they were not english. SHOCKING behaviours, this place should be closed.
Wednesday, August 10, 2016Rating: No rosettes

Celeste
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Of course, you're right about BBB's #3 and CCB's #6 conitsg less and having greater frequency, but the FlyAway from Westwood has free Wi-Fi and, more importantly, gets to LAX faster than both bus lines, because it travels non-stop using the 405 carpool lane. Plus both of those public transit lines end outside the actual airport terminals so one has to transfer to the LAX shuttle buses that then do the curbside drop-off service at all airport terminals. Finally, the FlyAway is more convenient for people traveling with multiple pieces of luggage, or luggage bigger than carry-on size. Cheaper than a taxi or shuttle van yet worth the cost for the non-stop convenience, the Westwood FlyAway is a great way to getaway. And here's another use' of FlyAway most people don't think about: If you have a car, when friends/relatives/colleagues fly in to LAX to visit, they often expect or ask you to fight traffic and pick them up. Instead, you can have them take the Westwood FlyAway from LAX north to Westwood, and pick them up here in Westwood Village, saving you time, stress and money (either from parking at LAX or wasting fuel circling the terminal).
Wednesday, August 15, 2012Rating: No rosettes

sophie p
 excellent arty pub
exhibition space upstairs showing contemporary work. good organic lager. Wish it was in Deal. Imaginatively decorated warm welcome fun place. great show of dick jewell.
Sunday, March 4, 2012Rating: rosettes

Bob
 UkTNgnDA
XO got me rlleay looking forward to Monumental Volume 2 now. First Black America now this? AB The Pro got beats too, don't sleep on this
Saturday, February 18, 2012Rating: No rosettes

Kelly Currie
 Lovely little place hidden away - a gem :)
New website so you can have a look for yourself www.thehoneysuckleinnpub.co.uk I have always found it very homely and welcoming, great value for money on food and they do an aweful lot for charity and the local community :)
Sunday, June 12, 2011Rating: rosettes

linda laposta
 great landlord
A warm friendly pub with a friendly landlord and customers.When i was there people were all having a good laugh and were very friendly
Wednesday, January 31, 2007Rating: rosettes

Mrs Lambert
 Delightful Pub
We were taken out to dinner by some friends just after christmas to this delighful village pub. The pub itself was warm & cosy with its real log fire burning. The staff were very friendly and the quality of real ales made my husband very happy (he tried them all). We ate in their restaurant upstairs, which overlooks the bay (superb views). The food was to die for and all in all we had a great night. Can't wait to return again!!!
Monday, January 22, 2007Rating: rosettes

jak
 
This Pub is now called The St Lawrence Inn.
Same address.
Monday, January 15, 2007Rating: rosettes

Jenny Cockshull
 Previous Licensee
It appears that my great great grandfather was licenced victualer at the York Arms in 1903. He is also listed in 1895 as being publican at the Chatham Arms. is this the same pub under another name ??
Saturday, December 30, 2006Rating: rosettes

Shaun
 Pub for Ale drinkers
A small friendly pub which has a well stocked bar, at reasonable prices for this area.
Andy, the landlord, has been nominated by CAMRA several years running and certainlly knows his stuff.
For a great pint of ale in a welcominf atmosphere you just can't go wrong with this one
Wednesday, August 9, 2006Rating: rosettes

Krysanne Daubney
 Big Pub, Big Atmosphere!
Very friendly Staff, The owners are great fun, no trouble, and the live music on sundays is well worth travelling for.
Friday, July 7, 2006Rating: rosettes

Kat
 Very Beautiful Public House
a very nice looking, calm enviroment to be enjoyed by all! Pop in for the best pint you'll ever have. Its very clean (my compliments to the cleaner). Landlord very polite and welcoming.
Tuesday, June 6, 2006Rating: rosettes

andy
 diamond geezer
landlord is a diamond geezer with a nice pair of legs and pulls a cracking pint. lovely atmosphere and a throughly enjoyable night out thank you brendon your a true star
Tuesday, April 25, 2006Rating: rosettes

Chris
 Goto statiusuk.co.uk/jacksonswharf/
For more details on what Jackson's Wharf is currently offering, go to

statiusuk.co.uk/jacksonswharf/
Saturday, April 22, 2006Rating: rosettes

buster
 Mushrooms on the floor
As i walked into this pub i was immediately hit by a terrible smell of urine and when i looked to the floor, the corners often contained fully sprouted mushrooms.
Wednesday, March 22, 2006Rating: No rosettes

GEOFF
 GREAT ALE AND COMPANY
I WENT INTO THIS SMALL PUB AND WAS TAKEN ABACK BY HOW FRIENDLY EVERYONE WAS I WAS WELCOME BY THE STAFF AS SOON AS I WALKED IN AND NOT ASKED WHAT YA WANT BUT GOOD EVENING HOW ARE YOU TODAY ETC....... HOW PLEASENT TO FIND A HAPPY PERSON BEHIND A BAR AND HOW PLEASENT THE OTHER CUSTOMERS ARE IT REALLY MAKES A DIFFERENCE i RECOMMEND THIS PUB TO ANYONE IT HAS EVERYTHING LAUGHTER MUSIC AND GOOD OLD FASHIONED FRIENDS CHEERS EVERYONE
Wednesday, November 16, 2005Rating: rosettes

ray page
 fabulous atmosphere and great staff
I went in for a queit drink. It was the first time I was there and I felt like I had been known all my life everyone was friendly and a great real ale selection. They are happy to let you sample them before you buy. even the barmaid took a few minutes to come and chat with me brilliant pub a classic country bar.
Wednesday, November 16, 2005Rating: rosettes

CHRIS
 GREAT REAL ALE PUB
WHAT AN AMAZING ATMOSPHERE AND A REAL SENSE OF HISTORY GREAT SELECTION OF QUALITY REAL ALE
Wednesday, October 12, 2005Rating: rosettes

Guy Grenville
 What a disgrace
The worst eating experience I have ever had. We all ordered the soup for starters (mushroom), and when it arrived, we notice that it was tinned (heinz we think), mixed with some cream. Although it seemed ok, one of our party didn't like the taste and asked the waitress if she could change it for another starter. The waitress came back and told us that the chef said that we should finish our drinks and find somewhere else to eat. This completely shocked us. When we complained to the manager (who I suspect was also the chef) she stated that if we weren't happy with the starter, there was little chance of us liking the main course. Her attitude towards us was dismissive and downgrading, we were made to feel like we were the one's at fault. Avoid at all costs.
Monday, September 26, 2005Rating: No rosettes

Andre Luis Cardoso
 Brazilian friend !!
Hi !! My name is André and I come from Brazil. I studied in Ramsgate in 2002 for six months and I used to go there in the evening. I made some friends there, called Billy and Maria. I don´t know if they still are the owners of the pub, anyway the Bedfordinn Pub is very nice...
Wednesday, August 31, 2005Rating: rosettes

Gabriele Brummer
 Hi Gill?
I was Aupair-Girl in 1992 and were working in der Chiltin Tavern.
If the Landlady is still Gill, I would look forward to get in touch with her!

Cheers,
Gabi
Wednesday, July 27, 2005Rating: rosettes

roy langley
 vimtpo and crisps
i lived on effingham st at number 11 from 1945 to 1956
i remember my parents taking me to the rising sun for a bottle of vimpto and crisps
do they still make vimto? i now live in the usa send me a bottle of vimpto please
Friday, June 17, 2005Rating: rosettes

David Wainwright
 Great Local Boozer
What a wonderful watering hole. Friendly publicans with cheerful staff make for an inviting pub. Popular with locals and out-of-towners like me are made most welcome. Beautifully kept beer, clean, fragrant lavatories, a curious collection of hats, jukebox (free Sundays) and cosy ambience have my friends and me returning each time we visit Ramsgate.
Monday, May 30, 2005Rating: rosettes

Roxxi Bains
 What a Shit-hole
I was disgusted when I set foot in that pub. It was dirty and stank! I also did not like the fact that it was so cramped and small! I found that the staff were not as friendly as some of the pubs I have been in and they seened to only really talk pleasantly with the locals! I will not be entering that building ever again!
Thursday, May 12, 2005Rating: rosettes

Sarah Hills
 What a Blast
The Churchill Tavern is an extremely nice pub to go and socialise in whether that is sitting in the restuarant or drinking in the bar. The atmosphere is friendly and children are also welcome.The staff are also very nice which also made the time spend there nicer.
Thursday, May 12, 2005Rating: rosettes

KUFFS
 GREAT PUB
THE VALE IS A LOCAL TO ME, IT'S GREAT. a GREAT PINT AND A GREAT GAME ON A NIGHT OUT. A DEFINATE VISIT IF YOU ARE EVER ANYWHERE NEAR.
Wednesday, May 11, 2005Rating: rosettes

Peter Osborne
 Friendly Locals Pub with good atmosphere
Friendly locals Pub serving food 7 days per week. 12 to 8.30pm Monday to Saturday and good size Sunday roast Sundays from 12.30 to 3.30pm at £4.50
Monday, April 25, 2005Rating: rosettes

jporter
 wow what a pub!
what a wonderful happy and friendly place to have a drink.lots to choose from as well as tea and coffee.very helpful staff
Monday, April 4, 2005Rating: rosettes

R Jarvis.
 Dr Who bods
I know a Mr Jarvis, Bob the Builders son.

He is in to Dr Who and knows lots of whoies in the Prince Harry. Still you make a good rooley polley pudding.
Friday, April 1, 2005Rating: No rosettes

Robert Edwards
 A local pub for local people.
This pub is very small as to be claustrophobic. The regulars are unremarkable.
Its position on a street corner with a heavy flow of road traffic makes drinking there extremely hazardous. Vehicles have twice entered the corner doorway, thankfully with no casualties.
For real ale fanatics!
Wednesday, February 9, 2005Rating: rosettes

Paul
 great family pub
Great family pub, friendly welcome, karoke at weekends and various charity nights. Good cellar, guest beers. We love it
Monday, January 17, 2005Rating: rosettes

simon
 well recommended
best pub ever visited in thanet
friendly staff warm welcome
Tuesday, January 11, 2005Rating: rosettes

Janet Tyson
 Family Link to Pub
We have discovered, in tracing the family tree, that Milbourne Silvester was a manager - we think of this pub! He was living there, as a 10 y.o. in 1881, worked there in 1901, and was listed as former manager in a newspaper article of 1940. Anyone know anything more?!
Thursday, January 6, 2005Rating: No rosettes

Chris Stace
 The Crown is now called Jackson's Wharf
With our comfortable leather seating in the main bar and brand new restaurant layout we hope that your stay at Jackson’s will be enjoyable.
Why not try one of our many gourmet coffees or speciality teas, or if you fancy something a little stronger, why not try our Hoegaarden White Beer (5% ABV).We have an extensive range of 18 great value wines and over 36 specialist whiskies, bourbons and rums.Two chefs, two food menus - the bar menu offers a well tailored selection of tasty snacks & main meals, whilst our separate restaurant (appropriately renamed CT Eleven - Fine Dining ) offers a new range of dishes which cater for those who enjoy fresh, well-balanced, yet simple cuisine.
Our menu changes every few weeks so we can always offer something different to tempt your taste buds ensuring you variety & quality
Friday, November 19, 2004Rating: rosettes

Lorraine
 Excellent, friendly and good value
I have been to this pub many times and the staff are friendly, the food is excellent and it is good value for money, Fred does'nt know what he's talking about.
Monday, November 1, 2004Rating: rosettes

Gooner
 Lovely pub
The Landlords name is Len, and you can contact him on e-mail via the_racing_greyhound@hotmail.com.
A lovely pub that does live music occasionally, and excellent food.
Sunday, October 31, 2004Rating: rosettes

Andrew Mcleod
 Previous Licensee
I have never been to this pub, but have just dicovered that my 3 X great grandfather (James Hayward) was the publican in 1871.
Friday, October 29, 2004Rating: No rosettes

Fred
 worst pub
The pub is terrible, the landlady is horrible and the food is absolutely terrible, i hear nothing but complaints about the place as well
Wednesday, August 11, 2004Rating: No rosettes


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