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All reviews steak kidney pudding cottage pie sunday roast the pub the bar staff were friendly real old fashioned pub three bars dark wood brewery tour front bar shepherd neame beer lunch stop real fire favourite pub warm welcome real ale lovely lunch
Every time we go to Faversham we head for the bear beer and ales good, food ?? out of this world.
Anybody who complains either as no sense of taste or just moaning for the sake of it and should be bared from Faversham altogether.
We realised we had not been here yet for our group lunch. Thus booked a table as about 7/8 of us dining. Great welcome as always in this ancient Inn complete with Ghosts. Good well kept Sheps Beers. Great home cooked food. I particularly like...More
I’ve spent a lot of time in the Bear and have found the tenants, staff and regulars to be consistently welcoming to all. It seems a few skint, entitled, butthurt, nonsensical whiners feel otherwise. But never mind them. Visit for a traditional pub and a...More
Amazing pub with amazing beer, food and staff. Ignore young keyboard warriors that have nothing better to do with their time and have no clue on how to act appropriately in a pub so they leave a bad review. This is a pub for adults...More
Very surprised to see the last two reviews. Have drunk in the bear on occasion and always found the owners and staff to be friendly and welcoming to everybody. Just so happens I was in the pub on the next table to Elle and Alice,...More
Need I say more.
Do not touch this pub with younger family or friends. Seen previous reviews on how young people are treated rudely but experience first hand.
We didn’t get a chance to order a drink before rudely having a bar member come right...More
I have never been so mortified in my life whilst visiting this pub for a friend’s 18th birthday.
One: they discriminated us within 5 minutes of entering for being younger, they assumed we were going to miss behave.
Two: she became offended for us not...More