The Hamilton Hall, Liverpool Street - pub details
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|We popped in on a Saturday afternoon and struggled out again. Heaving full (though not with football fans), a beer hall rather than a pub. The Moon Under Water it wasn't! OK if you want to stand and be jostled in an awfully noisy environment, and drinking is your only intention - rubbish if you want to be able to talk/sit/relax.|
artieleblanc - 26 Jan 2014 12:27
|Recently refurbished and much improved Spoons right outside Liverpool Street Station. Great range of ales as you'd expect and at a good price - especially for the City. My pint of Springhead Leveller was top notch.|
One word of warning. On a Saturday lunchtime this place is usually full of football fans. No sign of trouble but downstairs is packed. Pop upstairs for a slightly quieter time.
twineyboy - 22 Jan 2014 20:57
|I have used this pub on many occasions over the years and it’s always pretty much the same.|
Standard ‘spoons but with more bar stuff and a decent manager.
After being closed for a short while it’s now open again with a face lift. There are new wooden standing areas, a new bar, the lighting is brighter, the toilets have been moved and there’s a more food orientated seating area where the men’s toilets used to be.
I popped in yesterday afternoon and the majority of the ales on hand pumps were Christmas offerings, my pint was perfect.
They seem to have lowered their prices a bit as well or maybe I was just sober for once so the price seemed lower.
Decent ‘spoons in an area that’s not short of pubs selling decent kept ales….and of course it’s blinking handy for Liverpool St station
lezford - 23 Dec 2013 12:34
|Called in yesterday after visiting the nearby Spitalfields Chilli Festival. Excellent US-made Pale Ale. Scaffolding inside the bar is still there. Very ornate ceiling. Busy.|
Paul_Rochdale - 30 Sep 2013 10:36
|The Hamilton Hall is a convenient branch of Wetherspoons at Liverpool St station. I arrived here yesterday morning in search of a breakfast and a swift half. I found both. Service was quick and friendly. It has a fairly grand interior with a balcony and an ornate ceiling. Although as the previous reviewer states, there is scaffolding at one end. But you can still sit under the scaffold, where there is plenty of seating. There is also seating in the upstairs balcony area, which was closed off yesterday morning with it being relatively quiet. Beers on were Warwickshire Churchyard Bob, Acorn Madness, Grainstore Gold, Kelham Island Pale Rider, Phoenix Navy, Moorhouses Blond Witch, Greene King Abbot, Ruddles Best & Adnams Broadside. The cider was Westons Wyld Wood. One of the few pubs around here to open at weekends and you can get an early morning drink (and breakfast) here too.|
blue_scrumpy - 18 Aug 2013 15:42
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