#100 Tankerton Arms, Tankerton

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Highly respected micro pub which is definitely down on my must visit list for early summer. I only managed to peer through the window as it was before the lunchtime opening, but there was an abundance of hops and a fairly good sized room for a micro pub. Looks like there is always four real ales on sale as well, which is ideal.


#099 The Wheatsheaf, Swalecliffe

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Also known as the Hungry Horse, the Wheatsheaf is a very large pub with a good sized garden offering really large sized meals and very competitive prices.

A large car park guarantees parking nearby on all but the busiest times.

I am not sure whether they serve a real ale, so unless I’m feeling very hungry I won’t go there yet.


#097 Sutton Arms, London EC1V

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Went in here a year or so ago, and quite liked it. Two sports televisions were showing different Champions League matches, and the place was quite busy. Friendly landlord, and a very good pint of Timothy Tailor. Even remember Shepherd Neame’s Spitfire, and the only negative was I can remember thinking it was quite expensive.



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