Secklow Hundred, Milton Keynes - pub details
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|We were staying at the Ramada so this was the nearest pub to us went in for a meal 2 large mixed grill a double voddy & coke & a Fosters 25 quid good value and service was quick about 15 minutes good for half 7 on a Saturday night although the eggs were slightly undercooked dress code of smart casual fantastic door staff friendly bar staff and great atmosphere We left at about 9 to visit some other venues but returned about 11pm place buzzing though limited seating bit of a let down Iam getting old and need to sit down lol dj was getting everyone moving so thumbs up to him if you are looking for a good night out start at the moon under water then head here could do with a later licence for here though 2am is to early |
shrek68 - 18 Mar 2015 00:03
|Went to Milton Keynes the other day, so I don't need to go there again - found this modern Wetherspoons half way between all those shops and the railway station and enjoyed a reasonable pint of Hook Norton Double Stout while watching the world go by from the terrace so all was not wasted.|
brianagain - 21 Oct 2012 20:44
|A modern, purpose built Wetherspoon’s in the centre of Milton Keynes. Inevitably it doesn’t have much in the way of character, but it’s a tidy and up together sort of place, perhaps recently refurbished. There is a patio area at the front if you fancy some fresh air. |
It’s a surprisingly small venue for JDW, with just one downstairs bar and a few seats on a balcony upstairs. Unlike many of the company’s Lloyds establishments, there is no sign of a dance floor or DJ console. The downstairs area consists of a double height entrance foyer with floor to ceiling glass windows, and there are modern glass partitions elsewhere. Beyond this is a bar counter running the full length of the right hand side, and a raised area off to the left. Decor was the usual bland, corporate affair, this time with mustard colour paintwork, and there were a couple of plasmas dotted around showing a news channel. The only feature of any note was a gas effect fire with a conical chimney hood and a flue running up to the ceiling.
Beers on tap were the usual Ruddles Best and Abbot Ale, plus Pedigree, Holder’s Golden Ale and Hopping Mad Fruitcase. Adnams IPA was apparently coming soon. Less successful was the cider offering – pumps on the bar were Strongbow and Thatcher’s Gold, but the latter was off due to a “frozen line” which I was told would not be defrosted anytime soon. A drinks list displayed prominently on the bar also listed Stowford Press, but this was apparently not stocked at that particular pub!
Blackthorn - 16 Nov 2011 22:05
|Least favourite of the city centre Spoons pubs. Limited real ale selection, and half the time it's not in great condition. The clientele often leaves something to be desired. Try the Wetherspoons across the street instead.|
jjsint - 25 May 2011 17:21
|Good for an after work pint and one of the better wether pubs. Better than most of them round there. Not saying much mind.|
Mog - 23 Aug 2009 00:06
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