Pubs in Bromley

Bromley is home to a number of pubs, both contemporary and traditional. If you’re willing to travel a short distance – just a few miles – you’ll find an even greater range of pubs offereing real ales, great food and lively atmospheres.

Anglesey Arms

Nestled away behind High Street, the Anglesey Arms offers a warm, friendly atmosphere, and praiseworthy food and drink.

The pub has been serving beer in Bromley since 1873.

Today, the tradition of great service and delicious homemade food continues, but patrons can enjoy modern amenities, like flat screen TVs in the bar.

If you’re in the mood for something good to eat, the Anglesey serves up popular favourites, like burgers, scampi and chips, and Sunday roasts.

The Wheatsheaf

Located on West Wickham High Street, the Wheatsheaf serves real ales, wine, fresh coffee and delicious food. Patrons can enjoy the beer garden, front patio and free Wi-Fi.

Weekly entertainment keeps guests coming back for more, and the car park is a nice convenience.

A pleasant and friendly staff will help ensure you enjoy your stay at the Wheatsheaf.

The White Horse

The White Horse is a traditional back street local, but recently relaunched in late 2016 after undergoing serious refurbishment. The pub serves real ale and a few beers from small micro-breweries.

The interior of the pub now features a more open floor plan, with plenty of bright light and room to sprawl out.

The White Horse also has a book exchange club and is in the process of establishing an onsite microbrewery.

The pub features a number of amenities, including live music on Sundays, traditional pub games, real fire, newspapers, a smoking lounge, Wi-Fi, sports TV and more.

Bricklayers Arms

Located on High Street in Beckenham, the Bricklayers Arms is just two miles from Bromley, and offers a traditional pub experience. A wide selection of cask ale and homemade food make the Bricklayers Arms a favourite among locals and visitors alike.

The pub serves real ale, and guests can enjoy live sporting action, outdoor TVs, heated outdoors areas, and a real fireplace at the bar.

This family pub is dog-friendly, and hosts a jam night every Thursday evening. Play a game of darts, or enjoy the pub garden. Lunch and dinner are served at highly affordable prices.

If you’re looking for the classic pub experience, stop in to the Bricklayers Arms.

The Elm Tree

Just 2.6 miles outside Bromley is the Elm Tree, a recently refurbished pub set in a Victorian-style building in Beckenham. The comfortable interior features a mix of modern and original features, including the fireplaces and paneling.

Offering a cosy atmosphere, a helpful staff, great food and excellent drinks, The Elm Tree is a must-visit for anyone staying in Bromley.

The British Queen Restaurant

Located on Crofton Road in Orpington, just 3.2 miles outside Bromley, the British Queen Restaurant offers great drinks and a friendly atmosphere.

The pub reopened in 2014 after refurbishment, and while it’s a part of the “White Brasserie” chain, the British Queen Restaurant feels like a traditional pub.

The British Queen serves real ale as well as regular and changing beers. Patrons can enjoy live music in this dog-friendly pub, or stop in for a midday or evening meal.

Goldsmiths Arms

The Goldsmiths Arms is a classic British pub about three miles from Bromley on Croydon Road in London. Quick service, a friendly staff and a warm atmosphere make this spacious bar a great place to unwind after work or a long day of sightseeing.

The pub offers a wide range of draught, real ales, bottled beers, spirits and wine. The bar has six hand pumps, and the kitchen prepares contemporary British cuisine using local ingredients. The pub’s famous Sunday roasts are a must-try.

Both children and dogs are welcome at the Goldsmiths Arms, so bring the whole family.

Le Bouchon Wine Bar

Le Bouchon Wine Bar is just 4.2 miles outside Bromley on Tranquil Vale in London. This modern French wine bar serves more than 100 different wines, and patrons can choose to drink by the glass, bottle, or carafe.

Along with a wide selection of wines, the bar also offers cheese, charcuterie boards and a range of classic French dishes, like duck confit and beef bourguignon.

Le Bouchon gives Londoners a Parisian experience.

The Baskerville

If you’re willing to travel 5.6 miles outside Bromley, the Baskerville in Croydon is worth the trip. The pub serves a variety of Caledonian ales and great food, including breakfast and tapas.

Patrons can enjoy live music on some weekends, and a dress code applies to guests. Free Wi-Fi and a smoking area is also available.

Affordable prices and a friendly atmosphere make the Baskerville a great pub to visit during your stay in Bromley.