Good choice of pub for a Saturday evening, despite being the only ones eating, all steaks are value for money and tasty. Drinks reasonable Typical weatherspoons.
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Been in here a few times now and its always the same, lots of locals having cheap food and beer. The beer offering is extensive and some of the beers are better than others, the food is average to cheap quality, but not expensive either....More
Right next door to Holiday Inn Express, ate here once and food was pretty poor. Most of the staff are pleasant with one exception of a young man who clearly doesn't want to be here and seriously needs to change his career path. I was...More
Came for breakfast at the weekend - I am a past wetherspoons employee so know what the food is supposed to be like. Pancakes were cold, and didn’t arrive with bacon as ordered. Manager did get the bacon however when asked. Toasted was also cold...More
The bud light tasted watered down. The other beers we tried were disgusting. Probably due to the film and Gunk on the glasses. Place full of loud obnoxious people. Many were drunk, and it was 16:00 on a Saturday. We left.
This was a very handy eating place as we stayed in a Holiday Inn Express next door. As there were no evening meal options at the hotel it was very convenient and very enjoyable. The food was fine , as you would expect from a...More
We found this hidden gem in 2016 when we were in london for vaccation. Perfect pub and we will come back. Nice prices and good food and excellent range of beer selection.
Came to this branch for an early dinner before meeting up with friends. Whilst the food and service was as you'd expect from a 'Spoons, the pub itself is a bit tired, tacky (literally in the case of the carpet) and in need of a...More
This pub ALWAYS has a large selection of real ales, so many that it's hard to know where to start!!, however the staff are always happy to help me choose a good beer - not been disappointed yet!.
"What do you expect, it's a Wetherspoons" One of two Wetherspoons in Hammersmith, and the one they have been trying to sell for several years. No surprise, it's not as centrally located in Hammersmith as The William Morris. Often end up here after work as...More