As I'm only a stones throw away this is my local so to speak. As with most spoons there's a decent line up of beers. I usually go with the cask or craft cans which are really good value for money. I've never had a...More
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Went for their Friday Fish and Chip lunchtime offer with a drink for £6.90. Great Value, with good selection of beers and excellent fish, chips and mushy peas. Gets busy.
Weatherspoons took over part of an old bus depot several years ago and turned it into pub. They've done a great job on the transformation. As ever the beer is good and cheap. The food is okay and cheap.
I have been going in this Wetherspoons since it opened, the place is clean and well set out. But as with most Wetherspoon pubs the staff let the place down. Why oh why can't the staff recognise who the next customer is, they are all...More
Popular place, with a lot of locals using it, you could tell by the banter as they walked through. Simple food, not perfect but perfectly edible. Too many onions in a salad, but easily removed as the salad was layered, as it had been cut...More
It's a really nice venue - I love the renovated building - and the food tastes pretty good. The menu isn't quite as wide-ranging as I'd like so I've tended to go for the same thing each time I visit (which is once a week...More
Got a tiny portion of scrambled egg with my veggie breakfast. Complained to the waitress who took it back to the kitchen. She returned and said that 'Chef' had told her it was two eggs and that was all I'd paid for. I pointed out...More