The Spread Eagle, Croydon - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6329) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Big screen
- Food served, Real ale
- Disabled access
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|Well, Graham71, if a person does steal someone else's toupée, then it's to be expected, I'm afraid.|
I had to make do with a faultless pint and a quite appetising pie, there being no further entertainment during my visit to the Spread Eagle.
Nonetheless, eight-out-of-ten, and a smiling tip-of-the-hat from yours ay.
William_The_Conger_Eel - 20 Mar 2017 20:31
|I really enjoy Fullers beer so this pub ticks all the boxes. A good place to meet up for a post work beer. Friendly staff and well kept beer. |
scarr - 15 Jan 2017 19:08
|The spreadeagle is a fantastic old style boozer, a fine range of ales and a couple of treacle a behind the bar. Had a really nice lunch with my family in there , when a fracas ensued. This entailed of a little tubby fella (who looked remarkably like Ricky gervais character "Derek") having a wrestling match with a small bald dude who was shouting obscenities (at the character we identified as "Derek") in what I think was sounded Israeli . Our family was very distraught at the trouble which ensued with neither party backing down and which ended up with people looking at this wrestling match which was like 2 seals sliding about on the ice . The tubby one was particularly aggressive and after all was said and done with , kept arguing "that he was not to blame". On what was a lovely day out , this "Derek "character and foreigner spoiled what would have been a fantastic experience at this hidden gem of a boozer in Croydon !|
Fatbarry999 - 15 Jan 2017 17:23
|An attractive pub with an ambience not experienced at other locations in the vicinity. Staff were friendly and knowledgable regarding the variety of ales on offer.|
One downside, on entering from the side door, I had to negotiate a little fat bloke wrestling on the ground with his bald mate. Luckily they seemed to run out of steam and moved on soon after.
Graham71 - 15 Jan 2017 12:39
|On the High Street, on of the Ale+Pie Fullers pubs, hence larger and noisier than the nearby Royal Standard. They always have a large selection of Fullers beers on draft as well has most Fullers bottled beers. Occasional guest ale. Has TVs for sport. Have a theatre upstairs.|
southlondonbeero - 20 Nov 2016 11:52
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