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The Misty Moon, Twickenham - pub details

Previously called: Moon Under Water

Misty Moon

Address: 53-57 London Road, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 3SZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1545) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Twickenham (0.2 miles), St Margarets (0.7 miles), Strawberry Hill (0.8 miles)

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Went in there last night not realising it was no longer a Wetherspoons. Very disappointing: of the six handpumps, four had Courage Best and two London Pride. Very limited food range if you don't fancy Thai, and fairly desperate atmosphere dominated by table of middle-aged drunks bellowing at each other. Drank up and got va bus up the road to the utterly wonderful Sussex Arms!
E17Bee - 13 Feb 2013 12:36
Saturday night, same old same old. Nice pint of Broadside and only 2.10 But this pub leaves you feeling you'd like to go home for a shower. What you get is what you pay for I guess.
Fuller_Beer - 17 Jun 2012 16:18
Things have changed since the days of spoons the gents has been refurbed apart from no bolt on the cubicle there is nothing wrong with them and the removal of the rude irishman behind the bar has improved the place not even spoons wanted him all staff except him went over the road he was the last remnant of spoons anyone would think he was there for his own entertainment asked him one night what match was going to be shown he replied celtic cos i want it on pub was nearly empty by half time
dougie59 - 8 Oct 2011 10:10
D.J. Needs kick up a*** too fond of putting an album on and dissapearing outside to smoke and drink and coming back when last track of album starts. The other night he must have been playing b sides he was going for over an hour before I even recognised a song yet sometimes even with this d.j it is sometimes a good night.service pretty good not too expensive compared to some in Twickenham
dougie59 - 15 Aug 2011 22:41
I havent been in this place for a long time. My main memories of this place is when it was The Moon Under Water (Wetherspoons) before the later Wetherspoons/Lloyds Bar The William Webb Ellis previously Sorting Room opened.

I guess the place is much the same as it has always been attracting the daytime crowd of old farts making the place look like Gods waiting room and work dodgers who have just come out of the job centre next door to spend there Giro's on cheap flat beer.

I used to frequent this establishment when my prefered tipple was Stella and Red Aftershock as opposed to fine ales and malts. My lasting memory of this place was one evening standing in the bar desperate not to wet myself. This was due to not being able to go to the toilet due to some fat skinhead standing in there threatening to smash a wine bottle over the head of anyone who dared set foot in what he must have felt was his own private toilet.

Never the less I have not been in many times since however if the Spoons over the road wasnt there then I probably would for the cheap beer.
BeerGutt - 28 Jul 2011 14:06

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