Popped in for breakfast on A Saturday morning and it wasn't busy. Coffees were served in cups full to the brim which there was no room to add milk in but you had to add your own milk at the bar, no saucers or trays available so the coffee ended up on the floor. When I ordered my breakfast I asked for my eggs to be hard, I explained to lady at the bar to break them, burn them whatever but please don't send them runny. hey came out runny, twice and I was looked at like I had slapped the waitress in the face for politely asking for them to be done a little more. B the time. Got my breakfast back twice it was stone cold with eggs that were still runny. Toast was bread that hadn't been toasted and no body cared less.
I have always backed up that Wetherspoon offer a good value choice to the customer and they do exploit markets that others don't.
It's not all bad though, this appalling experience sent me back into my day job (pub co Area Manager) no longer allowing any managers or tenants to moan about Wetherspoon as they are no competition when they operate like this... Which the hall eventually do.
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