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(Greater London) One Inn the Wood

fab009_779afba3e7014c449bc79fa70c2c7be6.jpg_srb_p_600_752_75_22_0.50_1.20_0209 Petts Wood Road, Petts Wood, Orpington, BR5 1LA

This micropub – the first in the borough of Bromley – was formerly a wine bar. It opened in May 2014 as a welcome addition to the Petts Wood area. As you enter the wall on the left hand side is dominated by a woodland scene. The floor is a square wooden boarded area with high wooden tables around the walls, benches and stools to sit on. A wide wooden bar counter with beers and ciders served from a temperature-controlled cellar room behind. You can watch your drink being poured through the window. The pub serves only Kent beer and these change all the time. Kent cider, wines and fruit juices are also available. The food is again Kent themed with a selection of cheeses, sausage rolls, crisps and pork pies from the county. There is a charity fine box for mobile phone use inside the pub. The real ale menu is listed on a blackboard behind the bar. Jugs are in use for larger orders. Carry outs are available too.

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