The No Sign Wine Bar, Swansea - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17725) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Live music
- Food served, Sunday roast
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|4 Real Ales from small breweries on and the 3 that I tried were in excellent nick. Great for a quiet pint during the day but becomes a " different beast " on a Saturday night ! Sunday Roasts looked very good ... not tried because of the imminent departure of the train back to London. |
MrWeeto - 1 Mar 2016 11:42
|The last of my 4 pub ticks before the game in Swansea the other week.|
This is very much like 2 bars in 1. It used to be called Mundays and is now called No Sign Bar.
The front bar is a very trendy wine bar type of place, it’s light and welcoming and has 4 pumps with a good choice of ales and flavours, I went for a pint of Three Tuns - Rantipole - 3.6%. It was very good & I especially enjoyed using my camra card for a 10% discount on my pint.
Busy but I managed to find a seat close to the bar and chill out. There’s a large choice of wines and spirits as well as the pumps offering ales and decent lagers.
A large amount of beer pump clips on display, obviously ales that have been previously served and some of them are cracking, these are ones I have first hand knowledge of.
The back bar is more like a chain type pub but I understand this is a new addition.
All in all this is a great little place and very different to the other bars in Wind Street.
The best of the 4 pubs I visited but this and the Westbourne was head and shoulders the best ones.
lezford - 8 Sep 2014 17:06
|One of the better pubs in Swansea. Long and narrow. Not a wine bar at all. Decent ales on, i had Mumbles Lifesaver and Hop back Crop Circle. Both at £3.20, but come down to £2.88 with CAMRA discount.|
rpf1955 - 27 Feb 2014 17:27
|Reasonable enough if a little pretentious - it is on the Wind Street Battlezone after all (a street which has a couple of police riot vans patrolling even on a quiet Wednesday night). Staff friendly enough and the ale was good.|
Snarling_Mallard - 25 Sep 2013 22:21
|Like the last days of Pompeii outside on a Saturday night, but great inside. Bills itself as a winebar, but serves a good pint of Reverend James and something with a Welsh name that I can't remember. Best pub we found in Swansea.|
paul154 - 10 Sep 2012 17:00
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