William Stanley, South Norwood - pub details
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|A small 'spoons (i.e. the size of most other pubs) which is a shop conversion and since the demise of the Ship one of very few extant pubs around here. Had the Monday Mexican special and a pint of Nøgne oatmeal stout. It was ok. Proudly exhibits its 5-out-of-5 hygiene rating (which is more than some of my local pubs have).|
rainlight - 2 Nov 2015 15:51
|This is a small 'spoons full of locals who are reasonably well behaved. The ale is surprisingly good, midweek about three ales are on weekend perhaps a couple more.When I visited the barmaid on duty was very crude to put it mildly( talking, no- shouting actually to a few locals). Match days it is very difficult to get served and plastic glasses were in operation when I last went on a Saturday match day.It is fairly common knowledge that 'spoons a few years ago were trying to off load the pub but obviously there were no takers.Nowadays there's not much choice in S.E.25 , you should find a decent pint here.|
slerpy - 13 Sep 2013 17:27
|I have been in quite a few spoons. This is the worst I have ever seen. Full of Piss heads and tramps, the service is poor and the food is dreadful.|
This one is worse than the spoons at Crystal Palace or Penge.
DO NOT BOTHER!
chavsum - 25 Nov 2012 23:00
|Decent enough Wetherspoons crowded with football supporters during our visit, but they were a friendly bunch and the ales were good. Handy for the station, and worth a call: everything you expect from what I consider on the basis of one visit a slightly above average pub of its kind. |
Stamfordian - 8 Mar 2012 13:20
| The Stanley are hosting a Westerham Meet the Brewer on Friday the 26th of November ( 19:30),so anyone who hasn't had the pleasure of meeting Robert Wickes can do so.to complete the weekend they have the North Wood Morris Men from 13:00 hrs on Sunday the 28th November.A rather pleasant 'spoons especially on a Summer's day when the frontage is opened up.|
slerpy - 17 Nov 2010 13:29
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