The Regal, Cambridge - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1361) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
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|Massive 'spoons. However they normally have a good range of ales available, and the staff seem to know what they are doing as well. Always worth a visit if in Cambridge.|
Aztecgoat - 31 Dec 2014 11:35
|A good example of the better type of spoons: airy, period features, good food and friendly staff. Not too many losers. Definitely worth a lunch stop on a day out or a few early evening drinking before heading somewhere more upmarket/lively.|
TommyRogers1979 - 29 May 2014 22:40
|Someone said it's the biggest pub in the UK. I wouldn't argue. Despite that it felt homely; well as homely as a JDW can be.We managed to bag some good seats to watch the rugby on Saturday. Beer was spot on. Decided to have some eats which were very good.|
I do think JDW has come on in leaps and bounds over the last 10 years.
LickeyEndBooze - 23 Feb 2014 21:36
|i really can't fault this place. |
the food is consistently good and better than just about everything else in cambridge ... which admittedly is not saying much.
but it is cheap, hearty stuff that does the trick for a fiver.
the staff are always welcoming. i've never noticed a problem with the clientele and the fact that it attracts such a diverse mix of people is one of its good points.
i have always enjoyed the range of beers on offer and the prices are modest.
whoever is managing just about gets it all right in running a huge city centre pub designed to cater to all tastes.
i like esoteric and weird a lot of the time, but when we just want a cheap beer in reasonable surrounds and a bite to eat on a busy saturday, the regal wins hands down.
benscaro - 10 Jan 2013 15:09
|Massive Weatherspoons in a converted cinema. Everything you'd normally expect beer and food wise. Lots of ales were on, generally priced from £1.99 to £2.99. I had a few Ruddles which I've not drunk in years. Had some Butcombe Mendip Spring as well which is a straight-down-the-line session beer. Perfect. Food was pretty good. I was in there about lunchtime/early afternoon, so it was fairly quiet. I suspect it's rammed in the evening, although I went past later that night at about 3am, I can't quite remember what was going on at that point. 7/10|
Goldings - 25 Jun 2012 14:06
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