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The Crooked Billet

51 High Street, Leigh-on-Sea, SS9 2EP
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The Crooked Billet is a pub of unique character within a traditional setting. Located in Leigh-on-Sea, the pub is a short stroll from Leigh-On-Sea Train Station and Leigh Broadway. Sitting opposite Billet Wharf, home to the famous Osbourne Brothers Cockle Sheds, it is proud to be the oldest pub in the town.

Taking its name from a boomerang-shaped tree branch, The Crooked Billet is the only pub in Leigh that’s not named after a shipping vessel. The 16th century tavern is a grade 2 listed building and boasts historic seafaring connections.

As a Nicholson’s Fish House, purveyors of the finest seafood, you’ll enjoy the fresh catch every time.  Nicholson’s Pubs are also known for their individual style, exciting stories, and charming personalities. The Crooked Billet is certainly no exception.

The seasonal menu offers the best classic British dishes. The skilled chefs create simple twists on the dishes you know and love to bring you interesting new flavours, using only the best ingredients.

So, settle in at The Crooked Billet for some seriously tasty pub food.

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