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Possible the worst pub in the Wetherspoons chain. The front bar is dark dismal and draughty. There is a rapid turnover of staff who don’t seem to know or care about the products they are selling. The beers seem to be much of the same...More
Went there for a quick bite to eat, and wished I hadn’t to be honest.
It’s a lovely building, and big inside, but it just looks like it needs a thorough clean.
The tables are stained, there are dirty plates and glasses just left on...More
I have walked past this pub on numerous occasions over the years but never stepped inside. Today visited with my sister, two children (22 & 16) and eldest child’s boyfriend. This pub is enormous and on 2 floors, we sat upstairs which was clean and...More
We showed up as a family of 4 for a quick refresher and to see one of the old family haunts from the 1920's.
The bartender had to check the list to see how to make a Pimms, but on the other hand the prices...More
Arrived to find we had to pay for car-park. Ordered amongst other things a pizza which arrived cold so was sent back for replacement which took another half-hour and meant others had finished before replacement arrived.
Then 2 weeks later a parking fine arrived from...More
The food and beer were good value but beware the car park which is contracted to Euro Car Parks. One of the group needs a wheel chair and there's no free disabled parking so I paid for 90 minutes but over ran by 20 and...More
Our large extended family met at The George for dinner on Friday at 530pm on the evening prior to a funeral.
There were 15 of us, aged from 9 to 90. We ordered food & drink and it was served altogether 'ish.
We had reserved...More
Hold on to your drinks, very quick to take your glasses away even when you are not finished. Happened to me a few times that night by this particular staff member, eventually had to tell her to leave us alone only then to be verbally...More
I love old pubs with character and this is definitely one of them. Its huge, old and has that 'real' pub atmosphere without any frills. Reminds me of the pubs when I was a teenager at college, completely unpretentious and easy to be...More