The Sun, Redhill - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1695) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz machines (Trivial Pursuit)
- Food served, Real ale
- Wireless internet access (provided by The Cloud)
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|The previous poster should try a dating site - rather than a pub/beer one!|
Well above average Wetherspoon, and well managed. Good location and excellent beer quality.
And a great full English breakfast for £3.09.
brewmason - 24 Jan 2016 22:16
|Tom does a decent job all things considered. Beer range variable but what is on is kept well. Adnams Ghost Ship and King Red River for example just now. |
Spent most of the night marvelling at the wonderful Sadie, who served impeccably and also looked superb. Cheekbones like geometry. A much-needed touch of class to this otherwise ordinary venue.
Gamboozler - 12 Dec 2015 02:17
|For many of us, the GBG is a blast from the past. The Sun is a better Wetherspoon in terms of food and drink quality - and the staff are friendly. Everything works well under the watchful eye of Tom, the manager.|
With a bus stop nearby - as well as a supermarket, bookies, cashpoint and newsagents - its a pleasant spot to pass a bit of time whilst keeping in touch with the world, via the excellent and free Wi-fi.
wealdman - 5 Oct 2015 14:38
|I believe The Sun makes an appearance in the 2016 GBG too. For all the place's unattractive aspects, it at least maintains a reasonable slew of well-kept cask ales. Okay this is in accordance with general Wetherspoon policy, but as we know, not all their venues measure up as well as they might. |
Gamboozler - 22 Sep 2015 11:26
This large ‘Spoons right in the town centre was the first of 2 pubs that I visited in Redhill from the 2015 GBG.
Just before noon on a Saturday and its pretty busy & raucous already.
One barmaid on but she was quickly joined by the manager who served me. 12 hand pumps across 2 banks of 6 with most of them being National brands. I went for a few pints of Conwy Brewery Surfin' IPA @ 4.8%.
Very large pub that used to be a Magnet & Southern showroom, loads of seating in an open plan manner therefore the pub does not feel cluttered with tables and chairs.
Mixed clientele, a decent ‘spoons that’s definitely worth a visit when in Redhill.
lezford - 20 Aug 2015 13:35
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