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We were caravanning once again at Wirral Folk Festival and decided to have a wander round the shops in the town and have a meal in Wetherspoons which we regularly do in different towns. My husband had a traditional breakfast which he said was OK...More
Me and my son popped in for lunch and choose the new New York Deli Burger meal, he also had a pint of Thatchers cider and I had the 13 guns IPA as part of the meal deal. We both enjoyed the meals and drinks...More
I tried to order a simple meals burgers with drink. I repeated few times my orders and finally when I asked what is wrong with my speech the bartender (forgot the name - with glasses on) almost shouted on me that she is hardly hearing...More
Meet a few friends at this pub, the lease is up for sale and it shows inside, scruffy and being run down, it's a big place with not many people there for a Saturday night, nice staff very and friendly.....
Went here after a trip to Cheshire Oaks. Two couples one wanted fish,chip, mushy peas. NO FISH!! Got rock hard steak pudding instead, left half. Two of us wanted the ultimate burger & got told 10mins after ordering No Gerkin was available. When the food...More
Visited Ellesmere Port and was looking for somewhere to have lunch so headed to the Wetherspoons. Decided to just have a coffee as it was quite dark inside and didn't feel as welcoming as most Wetherspoons.
Most people were just drinking so we thought we...More
Came in to end a perfect weekend of celebrations with a meal with my partner and had the fish for a change. Got half way through the fish and it was cold and hard resulting in me spitting the food out and not finishing the...More
We were caravanning at Wirral Folk Festival so decided to catch the bus to Ellesmere Port for a wander round and go in Wetherspoons for Fish Day. There was a noticeboard announcing Fish Day at a price of £5.35 with a non-alcoholic drink or £5.38...More