An unmissable pub in every sense, The Royal Oak and its distinctive frontage sits at the top end of Dartford high street - making it the perfect place to relax after a hard day's shopping.
It’s a historic spot, reputed to have links with Henry VIII, who visited the town in the 16th century to visit Anne of Cleves at the nearby priory.
Ales and lagers come from Britain's oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame, while there are also ciders, wines, spirits and soft drinks to cater for every taste. If you’re dining here, you can look forward to tasty, traditional pub classics - and a supreme roast with all the trimmings every Sunday.
With both Sky and BT Sport channels, this is one of the best pubs in Dartford to catch the big games. Add regular pub quizzes, a sun-trap patio garden and live music, and it’s not hard to see why The Royal Oak is one Dartford pub not to be missed!