The Knights Templar, Chancery Lane - pub details
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- Food served, Real ale
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Seven Stars, Chancery Lane (0.1 miles), Blue Anchor, Chancery Lane (0.1 miles), Castle, Holborn (0.1 miles), Old Bank of England, Fleet Street (0.1 miles), White Swan, Holborn (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|I quite like this pub. But I rarely find it open on Saturday's. There always seems to be a wedding on. So not really a public house. Amending my ratings accordingly.|
blue_scrumpy - 27 Jul 2014 20:03
|Another large Wetherspoons that used to be a bank and was apparently used in the Davinci Code film.|
12 pumps dispensing 8 different ales, 1 pump was empty and 2 offered ciders.
There is a rather ornate and interesting Knight taking pride of place behind the bar
Seating area up top with the ground having plenty of standing space as well as seating.
Certainly one of the nicer 'spoons.
lezford - 12 Aug 2013 13:44
|Probably one of the better JDW's in that it doesn't have too many wino's clogging the place up. Completely soulless, of course, like drinking in a hotel foyer, but the beer quality is generally good. Service is a bit up and down although since I always feel like the only person that still uses cash when buying a couple of beers it's not surprising I get frustrated waiting for the bar staff to process credit card transactions. Not their fault, of course, but would be good if they at least made an effort to serve people in the order they've been waiting.|
Worth a visit.....if you happen to be passing.
Doob - 31 May 2013 12:42
|One of the best Wetherspoons pubs around. I think the manager runs a tight ship and it shows in the quality of the offering in terms of service and cleanliness. The beer is excellent and the service is good in what is a large and often a very busy pub. The food is standard Wetherspoons fare and is OK. The building it is in used to be an old NatWest bank so the interior is very gothic with the addition of some bright orange!|
StudioM - 12 Apr 2013 13:22
|Mixed bag of customers for this JDW pub. Not my cup of tea to be honest. However, decent ales and a decent London Pride. 6/10|
ng10 - 27 Jan 2013 15:45
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