The Speaker, Westminster - pub details
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|Much loved corner plot pub just off Victoria Street.|
It was busy the evening I visited, with the majority of punters being local workers.
Very snug inside but there's a handy standing area to the front of the pub....its called the pavement!
Attractive interior with wood panelling on the walls and a lot of political drawings and charactuiers.
5 beers on with the majority being locales, Ascot and Tring were represented. I went for Trings, Colleys Dog and @ 5.2 it was a good wholesome beer.
Nothing negative to report for this pub, so to the landlord keep up the good work and to the regulars keep supporting this gem of a pub.
lezford - 4 Oct 2013 14:10
|Crowded on my visit with diners and drinkers alike. I had a Hexamshire Blackhall Stout at £3.65 I think? and a Woodefordes Wherry at £1.85 a half. Less choice than I expected but both beers were in good order. Friendly staff and patient staff too in having to deal with a rather stubborn nay arrogant Scandanavian chap during my supping session.|
ng10 - 22 Jun 2013 06:57
|Good beer, nice food, interesting place.|
We used to pop in for lunch if working nearby, and it was always a pleasure, making the rest of the day a bit of a drag, naturally.
eddybeer - 15 Jun 2013 11:41
|Worth searching out. It was quiet when I was there, on a miserable Wednesday lunch time, so some warming dark ales went down very well, as did the freshly prepared sausage sandwich. Not as small as I'd expected and certainly no problem getting a seat but, as I say, the weather, was probably a factor. Seems a bit churlish to be critical on the choice of beers, with 5 handpumps including Leeds, Goachers and Thwaites, but would have been nice to see some local beer too. Having said that, their selection of bottled beers included both Meantime and Camden, as well as the usual (but welcome) suspects from German, Belgium and the USA. A very pleasant way to keep out of the cold!|
Doob - 14 Mar 2013 11:58
|renzarov - Because of where it is, the pub does not open on a weekend, it being off the beaten track for tourists and there being very few local residents. Does sometimes open on a Sunday for the marathon, Remembrance Sunday and over the Jubilee but mostly closed. Worth popping on a week night though.|
WillfromWandsworth - 23 Jan 2013 17:46
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