George & Dragon26 High Street
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Recently refurbished but remaining a traditional country pub in the lovely village of Downe, with a pleasant relaxing atmosphere. The village is famous for being the home of Charles Darwin, creator of the theory of evolution by natural selection. His residence - Down House - is now a museum. The village can be reached from Bromley using the 146 bus which terminates near the pub. Generous menu with a good selection of home made pies advertised daily. Sunday roasts. No food Monday or Tuesday evening. Check opening hours with pub.