The Llandoger, Bristol - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3805) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Chain: Brewers Fayre
- Quiz machines (Weakest Link)
- Outside seating
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|I agree with what's been posted previously. Fantastic building, took a lot of photos outside trying not to include the horrific "2 meals for a tenner" signage, inside though it is a lovely interior we were faced with the choice of one beer only, Hobgoblin, which is at best ordinary and much like Greene King IPA something you would only drink if there was nothing else! Luckily it is a short walk to The Cornubia and The King's Head so we won't be making that mistake again. A very poor experience.|
BothamsAshes - 26 Mar 2014 12:57
|Echoing the previous posters, it is such a shame that a dismal chain runs this pub. It should be a classic instead of tragic.|
curioushistory - 26 Jan 2012 11:43
|Agree with all of the below. Its a tragedy that a cynical property company only interested in profit was allowed to buy one of Bristolís last ancient taverns and utterly destroy it. Amazing building, terrible pub. Tragically, if this building had been anything other than a pub, the local authority would have stopped it being bashed around quite so badly but as the idea of listed pubs is a relatively new-fangled invention, the damage was allowed to happen. A great shame. |
JoWard25 - 11 Dec 2011 15:56
|A dismal experience. Flat beer, zero atmosphere. Can we have a whip round and buy this pub back from Brewer's Fayre? This pub should be part of Bristol's heritage and this company have p*ssed all over it. Tragic.|
Dandillus - 5 Dec 2011 19:58
|As a proud Bristolian living in Surrey this pub really really upsets me.|
The building is so historic and beautiful and yet the management and owners of this building should hang their heads in shame.
The interior has been so badly neglected and the quality of the beers is so poor it makes you want to weep.
This "could" be such a cracking establishment is the owners had the slightest concept of what they were doing.
kevmac - 15 Aug 2010 18:14
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