The Hamilton Hall, Liverpool Street - pub details
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- Fruit machines, Quiz machines (itbox multi)
- Food served, Real ale
- Wireless internet access (provided by The Cloud)
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|Sunday afternoon visit after a weekend away. Packed downstairs with no seating and barely any standing space so we went upstairs and bagged a table. |
5 ales on up here, first pint was Legend from The Nottingham Brewery @ 4.0%, I then moved onto Milk Street’s Beer Blonde @ 5.0% both were very drinkable.
This pub always serves a purpose, good range of ales, fairly quick service due to the number of staff they always have on and perfect for Liverpool St station.
Certainly one of the better ‘spoons in London.
lezford - 1 Dec 2016 14:02
|A quick beer on my recent Saturday morning visit before my train departed at 10am. |
Fairly busy as it always is here, quick attentive service from the manager. I somehow always seem to be served by this chap.
10 different ales on the pumps with several festive offerings. I went for a pint of Everards Nutcracker @ 5.0% to set the day up nicely.
Lovely building & a decent ‘spoons that always has a good choice of well kept ales.
lezford - 24 Dec 2015 12:36
|Not a bad Wetherspoons. It's certainly an impressive interior and it's very handy if you're catching a train. But it's always busy. Even at 8am yesterday, the main bar area was busy. But there is a much smaller quiet room at the back and an upstairs seating area too. Service at the bar was indifferent on my latest visit. Ales were Banks's Driftwood, Daleside Santa's Progress, Everards Nutcracker, Jennings Red Breast, Nethergate Old Growler, Black Country Fireside, Titanic Eight Bells, Marstons Revisionist Sardinian Bock & Elgoods Hickathrift. Cider was Westons Wyld Wood. We ordered breakfasts before our train journey to East Anglia and these all came very quickly.|
blue_scrumpy - 13 Dec 2015 14:54
|Mozz is quite right... typical Wetherspoons apart from there being less tables to pack 'em in even more. Saying that the ale is usually credible and it is handy for platform 15.|
Snarling_Mallard - 1 Nov 2015 21:35
|Don't be fooled by the fancy decor...this is a typical pack-em-in, maximise-the-profits Wetherspoons pub. A noisy barn of a place with large numbers of 'exuberant' City boys.|
mozzzzzz - 17 Nov 2014 15:40
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