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Popped in after a Sunday lunch for a drink. Managed to find parking about 4 minutes away! It is worth walking as then you can drink more!
This is quite a small pub. It has comfortable chairs and bar stools. Tables are a good size....More
My first 'welcome' at the Queen Charlotte. Tonight I stood at an empty bar for 5 minutes. I called out 'hello' and still no response. In the end, a local apologised and went into the back room. The bar maid came out and said (obviously...More
KentFrenchie, Owner at The Queen Charlotte, responded to this reviewResponded 11 October 2016
Hi there, we're really sorry that that was your first welcome to our genuinely friendly pub. The bar maid in question has asked me to apologise to you, we want everyone to feel super welcome and here's hoping that you'll give us another go.
A little gem of a place. Good real ales, and nice people - good mix of regulars and changing faces. Look out for the knitting club, John, the 80-year-old DJ, and music and club nights. Also excellent for Sunday lunch.
Discovered this gem of a pub on a yacht delivery passage. From the welcome and service, to the choice and condition of the real ales, the interesting, friendly locals and the fabulous tapas menu, this place is simply a joy. Food is made freshly to...More
i wish i lived near here, i would happily spend an hour in the Charlotte every eve, eclectic mix of people and drinks. nice helpful bar staff and really old music that was new to my (almost) middle aged ears. easy to slag off if...More