The Wellington, Waterloo - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 213) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- TV, Sky TV
- Fruit machines, Quiz machines (itbox)
- Food served, Real ale
- Credit cards accepted, Accommodation available
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|Handy for the station and for watching sport on TV but that's about all it has going for it in my view. Bland huge pub, indifferent beer quality; not absolutely awful but certainly one of the worst Fullers pubs I can think of.|
mike_s - 27 Jan 2016 15:45
|Awful. £10 for a basic tasteless burger with a few chips in a tarty container. Bland & tasteless pint of Pride. Piped music blaring across the pub. Avoid like the plague|
Wilson_MacDonald - 8 Apr 2015 09:44
|First visit and a little disappointing. Proper pub, but do they really need all those flashing machines (I didn't see anyone using them) likewise tacky music which rings around parts of the pub making it difficult to have a conversation. I didn't notice anyone looking at the plethora of TV screens either.|
It was lunchtime and we ordered five dishes between us: the Pie of the day was OK, Chargrilled steak sandwich terrible, Cod and chips poor, Linguine ghastly. So overall verdict on food: less than mediocre ! I know the food is supposed to be standard throughout Fullers' pubs, but this seemed definitely sub-standard.
BUT, the staff were efficient and friendly, the beers were good and it's a more pleasant place to spend an hour or two than the in-station pubs.
Jimdee - 4 Sep 2014 20:31
|Beer is good - london pride, but dont be tempted to stay the night. The room I was in, unlike the beer , was needing refurbishment and also v.noisy, especially having been reasurred in was "v.quiet"|
royroyroy - 24 Apr 2013 22:05
|large boozer opposite Waterloo station, and as such was expecting very little. Suprised by the quality of the Seafarer and how pleasant pub was. |
pwilkins - 15 Mar 2013 09:36
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