Moon Under Water, Enfield - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10049) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
- Smoking area, Wireless internet access (provided by The Cloud)
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Old Sergeant, Chase End (0.1 miles), Wonder, Enfield (0.2 miles), Cricketers, Enfield (0.3 miles), Crown and Horseshoes, Enfield (0.3 miles), Jolly Butchers, Enfield (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Awful pub that could be so much better. Popped in at the weekend fora saturday lunchtime a pint and was completely ignored by the bar staff who watched a whole crowd get fed up of waiting and leave and then served a group of underage drinkers before me which was of real concern as I teach some of them! Plenty of decent pubs in the not so immediate area a pub best avoided! |
bicknell - 4 Jun 2012 19:43
1. A changing variety of real ales.
2. A changing variety of real ales that are cheap.
3. A changing variety of real ales served by pleasant staff.
4. Sells Monster Munch
1. Low prices attract some of society's bottom feeders.
2. Not much atmosphere.
3. They open the doors at around 10.30pm. This means that your final hour is spent drinking in the cold.
redpower - 8 May 2012 19:47
|Hadn't been here for a while but popped in on Friday night with some friends. It doesn't seem anywhere as bad as others have suggested. They had 3 guest ales available along with the usual jdw range. All were in good condition.|
Would definitely go back.
nutsaboutbeer - 8 Dec 2011 09:38
|go elsewhere its horrible. i don't go in there in principle because of the meatheads who drink there and then rampage down the local roads smashing cars up, pissing in people's driveways and making loads of noise. The management of Wetherspoons refuse to do anything about it, I feel sorry for the pub manager himself who is a decent bloke. If the police waited outside the pub from 10pm every Friday night and searched everyone going in, and then nicking them as they came out for breach of the peace you would solve the problem overnight. But they never will...|
mally_drinker - 29 Mar 2011 12:08
|The service is good and the recent three week beer festival provided some excellent ales. The regular brand choices such as various Nethergates will keep people visiting too. All year round their ales are very well kept so the staff/management score many brownie points for that. A big difference from pubs that offer the bog-standard GK IPA but have absolutely no idea how to keep it, why they should or even what it is!|
However, as usual there's a subjective downside. In early 2009 I visited on a Friday night which appeared to be reserved for youthful brightly-coloured blingers who seem eager to enjoy extremely close relationships with strangers. Reports from other visitors since then indicate that's still the case on Friday nights.
I don't really feel like I'm in a pub and therefore can't consider it a 'local' in the traditional sense - but it's an okay place to be most evenings and Saturday nights... but, would I use it if there were no ale pumps? Sorry, no - I'm a beer snob. The ales are my only reason to go there.
inthegutter - 22 Nov 2010 12:49
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