The Penderel's Oak, Holborn - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 59)
- TV (downstairs)
- Food served, Real ale
- Credit cards accepted, Accommodation available, Wireless internet access, Air conditioning, Disabled access, Disabled toilet
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|Large 'spoons on High Holborn. My first visit on a Thursday night crawl and I was pleasantly surprised to find lots of bar staff eager and ready to serve.|
12 taps which had 8 ales & 4 ciders and perries on. Choice of ales not brilliant as among the offerings were London Pride, GK IPA & Abbot Reserve. My choice was Butcombe's Great Grey Owl, which was decent.
Small garden was very busy so we stood at the bar opposite the book cases lined with old books...very 'spoons!
All in all a good 'spoons.
lezford - 9 Aug 2013 15:57
|Comparing this pub to the Melton Mowbray further down High Holborn I must say that despite the usual tackiness of a JD Wetherspoons pub it's atmosphere was much more invigorating and alive than the cardboard cut-out customers of the mowbray. Better pub|
Greenoberet - 25 Jun 2013 01:52
The Ale in this pub is always excellent.
Little wonder it has appeared in Camra's Good Beer Guide.
Usually a decent choice of cider also.
Pat_Bateman - 14 Dec 2012 14:09
|Staff turnover seems high, and the staff often indifferent. However this is a large pub with plenty of seating areas and pleasant lighting. It can get busy later in the evening while some people pop in for a quiet meal around 5pm. Choice of real ale is usually very good. Prices are higher than you'd expect from this chain but still under the London average. |
absinthe_boy - 7 Nov 2012 13:43
|Like this pub a lot. I like that it has little corners and hidey bits to sit in and the food, as long as you choose wisely is good. If only they could splash their fried eggs to cook the top of the yolk I'd be in heaven. As it is I avoid the veggie breakfast as I can't do the jelly on the fried eggs thing. But their cheese and pesto panini is good, as is the veg curry. Also like their cider selection, which is reasonably priced in comparison to the rest of London. Savannah Dry is my favourite.|
Ann49 - 17 Aug 2012 17:51
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