The White Swan, Islington - pub details
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- Food served, Real ale
- Children allowed, Smoking area, Wireless internet access (provided by The Cloud), Air conditioning, Disabled access, Disabled toilet
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|Came in at the end of May on my way to Wood Green.|
Had 2 very good and different pints of Jubilee ale from 2 different breweries.
Service was good if not a but sharp, nice wetherspoons with large glass windows and an raised platford seating area from the pavement and road, perfect for watching the world go by.
Another 'spoons ticked off.
Worth a visit if you in the area and fancy a pint in a 'spoons.
lezford - 12 Jul 2012 14:11
|This is located very close to the housing benefit office so if you have to queue up for your turn to see the assistants there you could pop in for a swift one at this Wetherspoons. I used to have to wait about an hour allowing time for two pints. |
Richard_ReadingFC - 7 Feb 2012 11:40
|Popped in at around 9pm on a Thursday night. Was served quickly and efficiently with a good pint of Harvieston and a curry. Food was tasty and beer was well kept. The pub was busy and it struck me that the crowd was very mixed in terms of ages, nationalities etc I often bemoan the fact that pubs are getting more specialised in terms of appealling to particular markets but this proves that there is still room for a boozer for everyone. |
NigelW - 21 Jan 2011 09:15
|Very curious building (which was probably considered 'modern' in its day), with no obvious clues to its previous use. Most notable features are the indoor balcony and the covered terrace at the front with large glass doors that open right back in good weather. Ten handpumps, two 'available soon' but still some interesting choices (including Leeds Midnight Bell at £2.25, although not in the best of condition). OK, but seemingly devoid of atmosphere.|
rpadam - 17 Jun 2010 23:10
|Not a bad 'spoons' as they go, full of council workers and union stewards and its nice to see that they have provided a lift at the front for all the diabetic amputees that frequent the place!|
dalglish - 4 May 2010 14:53
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