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A good Wetherspoon's, which means it's a decent pub. Handy for the tube, good service, decent selection of adequate beers. A useful oasis in an area that's not well-supplied with quality pubs.
djw - 29 Apr 2015 19:25
Another ‘Spoons that apparently used to be a shop. My 2nd tick of the evening last Tuesday.

A short walk from Rayners Lane station and I was greeted with 10 pumps that were offering 5 ciders and 5 ales

I had a pint of Windsor & Eton’s Kohinoor @ 4.5%, but I was very tempted by 3 other offerings, 2 from Twickenham Fine Ales Grandstand and Redhead & Welton’s Strawberry Cream Stout

Busy at the front with drinkers, mainly punters eating down the stairs towards the garden then smokers in the garden. The sun was shining so I took my pint and retired to the pleasant garden area.

This is another spoons that is in the 2014 GBG, it’s certainly better than the offering in Harrow I was previously 30 minutes before hand.

Much more friendly and welcoming, good quick service, close to the station....all in all a very nice pub.
lezford - 28 Jul 2014 13:52
It's a bit rough and ready but not a bad place to while away the time with a pint or two. Some of the real ales on offer are first class...and very reasonably priced. Always found it a friendly and efficient boozer.
Alehound - 20 Oct 2013 20:10
After a brief visit to the Everest Lounge (formerly the Royal Oak) in Wealdstone, we rounded off our Monday evening crawl in this Wetherspoons in Rayners Lane. It was a disappointing end to the evening. Beers were Greene King Abbot & Ruddles Best, Fullers London Pride & Adnams Broadside & Explorer. Apparently there was no real cider, "because the festival had recently ended". The young barmaid seemed to have a lot to say for herself and was clearly overjoyed as she counted down the seconds until she could ring the bell to close for the night. Less than welcoming Spoons.
blue_scrumpy - 10 Aug 2012 21:41
not bad, not great
mrbee - 13 Jun 2012 22:25
The smell, the smell! Cheap as chips, but you just can't get away from the horrible stink in that place.
southendjames - 21 Jun 2010 16:59
Nice place, still not the same after the departure of Cathy "Mad" Cohen, when she was around you always new you were in for a good laugh.
The beer is pretty good, the food service is way above standard even by the company standards.

I still visit now and again even though i live a huge distance away.
postal2dude1974 - 3 Mar 2009 01:19
Go there most Thursdays for their curry night. Excellent value, less than a fiver for a tasty curry AND a choice of drink. Young staff are always helpful
and go out of their way to ensure we have a pleasant evening.
SILVERARROW - 3 Feb 2007 11:15
Since they have introduced a quiz night on Sundays and also Jazz on Tuesdays at 8.30 the pub has a much better atmosphere. Food is always good there too.
petite_cochon - 21 Oct 2005 15:24
Best pub in Rayners Lane. Nice selection of beers normally.
edrok666 - 15 Aug 2005 19:51
Very much an old mans pub. Ok if you want a boring evening.
johnrivers - 27 Jul 2005 15:36
dont bother.Wetherspoon usually has good pubs but this is pretty boring and is an old mans pub
harrowboy - 26 Jul 2005 14:07

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