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The Regal, Gloucester - pub details

Address: 33 St Aldate Street, Kings Square, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL1 1RP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6406) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Gloucester (0.2 miles)

Chain: Lloyds

Pub facilities/features:
Cask Marque accreditation

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 21 users)
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When a Wetherspoon's is done properly, they can be excellent places to spend your hard-earned cash on a few pints and a bit to eat in a comfortable environment. When Wetherspoon's go wrong (Or "When Wetherspoon's Attack! as Channel 5 will one day doubtless bill a behind-the-scenes reality TV show about them) you get this place which is frankly abysmal.
First off, it smells. As soon as you walk in there is some kind of dank rotting smell that permeates your nostrils and makes you regret your decision to enter. Secondly, the service is at a pace which glaciers might look at and say "Blimey they're taking their time". Thirdly, a lot of their draught drinks seemed to be off when I was in there greatly limiting the range of drinks which is one of the almost universally acknowledged benefits of going to a Wetherspoon's in the first place.
The positives such as they were consist of a fairly nice building in a good location, an acceptable meal and as ever cheap prices, but I found myself thinking I would have happily paid more if the service was better and the basic maintenance on the environment and stock of drinks had been taken care of. Avoid.
Mr.Monkfish - 9 Aug 2015 17:16
Roomy JDW pub near the train and bus stations. Some cask ales on, reasonably priced - and for food the usual JDW pub grub - can’t remember if I ate there though, the menu is the same everywhere.
Sigmund - 14 Jun 2015 20:03
We visited this pub whilst visiting relatives in Gloucester was very impressed with the staff how clean the toilets were the pleasant atmosphere and above all the prices will return soon ( a big thankyou to the 2 customer safety guys your help was much appreciated
shrekman - 4 Mar 2014 03:52
Went in early on a wet evening. There's a massive flight of stairs which leads down to the bar area, and I managed to slip on the top one and fall down all of them, much to my embarrassment. The manageress was very good at making sure I was still in one piece (I was, but some CDs in my backpack weren't) and that it went in the accident book. The cheap, good beer and reliable food helped to soften the blow. On the Saturday after Gloucester v Bath I half thought about going in again, but decided not to after I could hear the noise of the celebrating rugby fans a couple of streets away...
paul154 - 18 Oct 2012 16:40
Since my last comments this pub has improved: a lot cleaner and more staff behind the bar. The real ale is good and very cheap but don't bother trying the Guinness. Still lots of room for improvement ...
SocietalHeretic - 22 Sep 2010 17:52

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