The Walrus Bar and Hostel, Waterloo - pub details
Previously called: The Walrus Social
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4210) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Outside seating, Function room for hire (Upstairs room)
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|Really friendly and inexpensive - more for the booze than the food - with a nice outside beer garden |
jayredway - 11 Mar 2011 10:37
|Not bad, now has a 'beer garden' bolted on a little bit further along which is open in more clement weather.|
Keep 'em peeled for the landlord - very strange character...
DavidWaspnest - 13 Apr 2010 16:53
|Sorry for the delayed response but it took me a while to come up an appropriate rating for the Walrus.|
Starting on a strong note props go to the host for reserving a table and a mention must go out to the amazing wedges. There was an ok selection of beer, but unfortunately no ales for the classier gents amongst us. Still, beer is beer, wherever you go.
The interior was fairly industrial, however we thought the jug placed under the urinal added charm. Thrifty, yet very effective! The noise of the train going past overhead also added to the ambiance.
The music choice was enough to get most of the young professionals of London queuing, UB40, Whitney Houston and George Michael to name but a few.
Overall, the Walrus was a tad disappointing.
Bazz don't worry mate next pub will have ramps and an easily accessible toilet..
FTB2 - 6 Mar 2009 18:43
|Been to The Walrus a few times and each time the staff have been brilliant. They now have Bulmers on tap which is a bonus for cider drinkers but they have a pretty wide choice of other drinks too particularly for a bar of it's size (it's quite a small place but that's part of what makes it work so well in my opinion). The upstairs function room used to host a good comedy night but this has stopped recently. They still have live bands there though and it's well priced for the area. Overall a really decent pub for a drink or eight.|
Waller - 15 Feb 2008 14:20
|Popped in for a couple of cheeky pints before moving on. Got a seat, staff were really friendly and overall it had a good atmosphere. |
Toilet was clean but only one ladies loo, which was quite busy. There were tables to sit outside but were full and imagine it could get noisy but still nice to sit out in the fresh air.
I really enjoyed my couple of pints and would recommend! Really handy for the train station to get home too
FuzzyKipper - 16 Jun 2007 18:47
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