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Whispering Moon, Wallington - pub details

Whispering Moon

Address: 25 Ross Parade, Woodcote Road, Wallington, Surrey, SM6 8QF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8779) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wallington (0.1 miles), Carshalton Beeches (1 mile), Carshalton (1.1 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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> Current user rating: 3.2/10 (rated by 44 users)
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Whispering Moon is past it's sell by date it has been my local since it opened over the past few years it has become dirty and unhygienic as regards glasses and cutlery and food preparation the tables are not regularly cleaned, or the toilets very sad to see it going.
rickpat - 23 Jul 2018 12:28
Extremely packed on the Saturday evening I visited after ticking the Wallington Arms opposite.

The beer festival was on so the choice of ales were all from the festival range, several new beers on the hand pumps so I opted for a pint of Cameron’s Craft Press Gang @ 4.0%.

This used to be the local cinema and pictures of the old building line the walls along with several pictures of past film stars.

Seems to be a community ‘spoons with all of the punters appearing to be locals. Service was swift, the ale choice and quality was good and of course it’s ‘spoons prices.

Deserves a better rating than 3.1 (before my review).

lezford - 11 Nov 2016 12:55
was in here last night,1st time for about 9 years.came in the front door where you have to dodge the obstacle course of table and chairs to get to the bar.being in the good beer guide and having a good selection of guest ales on,what could go wrong!went for the adnams American ipa which is a beer I love,unfortunately this was cloudy and not good at all.then went for orkney dark island which was ok.bar staff were good,but the pub could do with a refurb!
hoppyal - 26 Jan 2015 11:05
Bog standard Weatherspoons really. Trying to get served can be a pain as the bar is small and it gets quite busy with old geezers, so waits of over 5 minutes sometimes just to get a round in. The other issue when busy is trying to find a decent table with seats can be difficult, particularly when in a group. The men's toilets are small and cramped. Not a place I would go to for a session, just a quick pint and then of instead.
Masterpint47 - 8 Jan 2014 03:12
Been here a couple of times now and really disappointed - more Withering Spoon that Whispering Moon.
Went in for a late breakfast with a group of 7 - took ages to be served at the bar, then when we were finally served the bar staff were distracted by anything and nothing in particular, and very slow and sullen. They also didn't have a couple of dishes available.
The milk and sugar station for teas and coffees was filthy and milk had run out.
When the food finally came 2 of the orders were incorrect, and only one came with butter for the bread. When asked for more butter for the others, the response was again very sullen.
I don't expect gastro pub from Wetherspoons, but this one falls very short of the mark.
moaningmini - 2 Jan 2014 13:17

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