The Minories, Tower Hill - pub details
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|Cheap yet loathsome. Dirty tables. A branded establishment that lives off the location but does not put enough staff on to keep the place actively sharp.|
A bit like a bank at lunchtime , lots of customers but not enough staff.
Beer choice was ok, and sampling was good also. Food was worth the price, but the place lacked a floor manager watching and responding to customers.
allornothing - 7 Aug 2014 12:27
|This venue has been the home of Reptile for 6 years. It has had 6 years of 'alternatives' using their venue for a monthly get together, putting thousands over the bar. WHEN D Matteo have you ever had concerns about any of us using drugs!!!!!!!!!!! I can guarantee that Saturday night had the most drug abuse the venue has ever seen in its history. Do not tar us with the same brush as the clientèle you had in there watching the football!!!!!!|
Sharonsmith - 18 Jun 2014 09:09
|I agree that it is a Wetherspoons style pub. |
It's a large pub and would be ideal for a larger group.
I had not a bad hobgoblin here.
Nothing wrong with this pub but nothing memorable either
duskmaiden - 15 Feb 2014 17:10
|Resembles a good Wetherspoons with the usual features of that chain: cheap beer; cheap food; endless promotions; sterile atmosphere; and insufficient (though friendly) staff. They do a very decent early morning breakfast, however, that fortifies you after a heavy night/sets you up for a tramp round London. |
Kenny260556 - 22 May 2013 18:48
|Not unique, but certainly a rare kind of pub in that it is built under the arches of the tube system. This lends a good amount of atmosphere to the place, which is better inside than the outside suggests. The roof is all open brick arches and the sound above when a tube passes is a talking point whilst drinking one of their real ales, although these were in the main, common, well known brands.|
Atmospheric and fairly darkly lit, this a decent place to spend an hour if passing anywhere near to Tower Bridge.
SouthYorkshireman - 28 Nov 2011 22:04
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