The Rose and Crown is a traditional English pub located in the historic area once known as the Paris Garden, mentioned by Shakespeare in Henry VIII. The building dates back to the 16th century. During the blitz bombings of World War II the pub survived miraculously undamaged while most of the surrounding area was flattened.
Offering a friendly atmosphere amid classic décor. The large grassy beer garden is lined with hop and wisteria trellises, a beautiful sunny spot for lunching and having a drink.
There is always an excellent range of award winning real ales including Spitfire, Masterbrew, Kent’s Best as well as a selection of seasonal and guest ales.
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@baron_orm not at the moment but will pass your request onto the Brewers.Sat Mar 25 20:36:07 +0000 2017 AGO Reply Tweet Favorite
@SurreyPigeon good question, not sure right now but will ask colleagues at the brewery and get back to you.Sat Mar 25 20:34:00 +0000 2017 AGO Reply Tweet Favorite
Have you tried our Kentish Saison yet? Available in cask until the end of April, or while stocks last. Read more at… https://t.co/aQKkVIGhbASat Mar 25 11:55:13 +0000 2017 AGO Reply Tweet Favorite
Help raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund by enjoying a “Great British Sunday Lunch” with us on Sunday 2nd April… https://t.co/sUChtMzEyEFri Mar 24 09:30:09 +0000 2017 AGO Reply Tweet Favorite