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Moon and Sixpence, Hatch End

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user reviews of the Moon and Sixpence, Hatch End

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This pub is ever improving in recent times. Beers are usually in very good condition. Has a locals pub feel to it, which is not always the case for Wetherspoon's
bassaleg - 3 Jan 2014 20:13
Quite a small wetherspoons with a kinda "local" feel to it, nice little beer garden at rear too, 7/10
fat_beer_badger - 5 Sep 2012 20:30
As someone else said, this is alright for a Wetherspoon's. The beer selection is OK. Food is the usual freezer food choice, but the price is right. They've always been pretty friendly to us when we've had extended family lunches there. The garden is nice in the summer. I'll go back.
dr_lager - 16 Jun 2011 23:49
Pretty good pub as Wetherspoon's go with a nice garden at back and tables and chairs at front. Always a good range of real ales available and the usual varied Wetherspoon menu. Friendly staff who do their best but not enough of them. It is not unusual to wait 5 mins or more to be served even when the pub is not busy. If it wasn't for this I would give this pub a 2 or 3 point higher rating.
happyofhatchend - 28 Feb 2011 11:04
Has more of a proper locals pub feel than the usual Wetherspoon conversion. The best Wetherspoon in the area, ales usually very well kept and has the benefit of a garden at the rear.
trueglory - 12 Aug 2010 17:55
A slightly better Wetherspoons than the Man in the Moon at Stanmore. But there wasn't anything too special about this one, apart from the fact that it had a beer garden at the rear. There are also tables at the front. The interior has a couple of skylights to brighten it up. A banknote collection is displayed in frames near the entrance, whilst there is artwork towards the rear. In common with many Spoons, the tables are sticky. Service was a little tardy. Although the pub was busy. The real ale range extended to Daleside Old Lubrication, Roosters GCB, Nethergate Barfly Special, Loddon Ferrymans Gold, Courage Directors, Marstons Pedigree, Ruddles Best and Greene King Abbot Ale. The real cider on offer was Weston's Marcle Hill.
blue_scrumpy - 6 Jun 2010 20:14
My two friends and I come to eat most weeks here and enjoy good food at a reasonable price. Curry night on a Thursday is very popular, but we usually don't have to wait long. The bar staff, although somewhat surly in the past, are friendly and polite now, and I would not hesitate to recommend this pub.
jben - 15 Apr 2009 18:02
Nothing special, rude bar staff. Been there 2 times with my son and partner, got 2 alcoholic drinks and a coke..both times of which they gaves us funny looks and kept checking on us, hes 14!
wfccasual - 26 Dec 2007 20:34
Dingy and not well kept. Real ales were on, but uninspiring.
Real_Al - 25 Aug 2005 08:05
Not as good as other Moon's pubs in the area, but is the only pub in Hatch End now.
edrok666 - 22 Aug 2005 22:27
This pub has a great garden and like all wetherspoon pubs has a good range of real ale. Somehow the beer invariably is oor and doesnt meet the high standards set in many other wetherspoon pubs such as the nearby moon on the hill in harrow


johnrivers - 27 Jul 2005 15:40
This is a locals pub, mixed crowd due to it being the only pub in Hatch End. Used to be nightmare to get served but seemed to have sorted this now.

Wouldn't go here if there was an alternative but its ok as Moons go.

anonymous - 21 Jan 2005 13:49
Very "local" vibe. decent atmosphere compared to som e MOON pubs.
sweet little beer Garden, lovely on a hot afternoon.
Local hostelry of local comic, Barry Cryer...sadly no new material recently.
chris - 23 Apr 2003 11:16

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