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The Moon and Cross, Waltham Cross - pub details

Moon and Cross

Address: 104-106 High Street, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire, EN8 7BX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5092) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Waltham Cross (0.3 miles), Theobalds Grove (0.5 miles), Enfield Lock (1.1 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 17 users)
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user reviews of the Moon and Cross, Waltham Cross

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Lots of locals exchanging banter gave this Wetherspoon's in central Waltham Cross a lively feel when I visited on Saturday, 7th May, after a walk from Walthamstow. While there didn't seem to be that many ales available (many had the dreaded 'available soon' attached to the pump clip), the Titanic Lifeboat Mild was nice.
beermann - 7 May 2016 23:30
I have visited this pub on a few occasions in the last couple of months and am pleased to say that it has raised its game somewhat. It is now a perfectly acceptable Wetherspoon's, nothing more but crucially given my previous visits, no longer anything less.
Drinks are of decent quality and as ever for this chain are very reasonably priced and there is always a good choice of drinks for almost any mood. The service is better than before both in terms of speed and friendliness. The furniture seems to have been given a slight makeover nothing drastic but at least there is some spring in it these days. Not what you'd call a destination pub, then again Waltham Cross really isn't very much of a destination, but it's perfectly acceptable for a few pints and maybe a meal. Oh and the customers are nowhere near as bad as some rumours would have you believe.
Mr.Monkfish - 8 Mar 2015 19:06
Visited at 1400h on a Sunday. Unusually for a Wetherspoons, pub NOT full of families with kids wolfing down Sunday roast, but more like a proper pub, with locals. Pint of Santa Paws in good condition. Mulled cider, advertised as a special, was "off" - they offered to put it on to heat, but as this would have taken 20 mins, we declined. Pleasant atmosphere.
artieleblanc - 31 Dec 2013 10:52
Manage to visit here about once a year. I rate it as one of the better Spoons pubs.
The staff are very pleasant and the farther you enter the pub the brighter it gets.
The bill for the four of us having drinks, main meals and a couple of desserts came to 28. The average price in a 'proper' pub would have been 45. Was it worth saving 17?
The Bacon Carbonara Pasta was okay, as was the Chicken Chilli Noodles. I had the All-Day Breakfast. I suspected it might not be the best choice of meal............minutes later my suspicions were justified.
The All-Day Brunch probably means that it has been kept warm all day. The fried eggs were slightly hard and the bacon rashers tasted of plastic. If you ignore the brunch it was worth it............just.
The bar has two groups of hand-pumps of which about ten dispense real-ale. Unfortunately five had the annoying 'available soon' label showing.
And this is one of the better Spoons!!!
fugglehops - 29 Oct 2011 21:06
Called in here on a Saturday evening after a walk around the local countryside. This pub is long and narrow, and not particularly cosy. Moreover it was surprisingly empty and dead for a Saturday night. I am normally a Wetherspoon's fan but the atmosphere here was somewhat gloomy and the beer I had wasn't that well kept.
beermann - 21 Sep 2011 23:35

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