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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|Decent JDW; not much choice but what they do is fine. Clean, well-looked after, the staff are efficient and the toilets are original. |
djw - 9 Jun 2015 23:02
|A curved shaped pub with a low ceiling and subdued lighting which gives you the feeling you're in a library. Several rows of books only add to the impression.|
There are various sections including a beer garden.
The choice of beers was a little disappointing with Greene King, London Pride, Abbot and Doombar all on offer. However there was also Mauldoons Bronze Adder, Titanic Desert Hero and Arkells Kingsdown.
I had the Adder and the Desert Hero both of which were very drinkable.
It was mid afternoon when I visited the pub and there was a pleasing lack of the usual Spoons all day drinkers. In fact it was pretty peaceful!
The toilets are downstairs . Both the stairway and the toilets themselves have wood panelled walls and the layout of the urinals is original.
outtamehead - 7 Apr 2015 08:23
|Saturday evening, good range of ales, not too many suits or lost tourists. Overall a good'un.|
Aztecgoat - 21 Oct 2014 17:36
|One positive: the pint of London Pride was in excellent condition. Sadly it was priced at £3.60 ! Although there were plenty of civil and keen bar staff, the old JDW practice of all pumpclips forward, but several ales 'off' was evident - even to the point that staff would attempt to pull a pint then announce 'it's off'. For these reasons = 3/10.|
wobblybob - 23 Sep 2014 21:07
|After the Hamilton Hall, the Masque Haunt and the Shakespeare's Head, we arrived at the Penderel's Oak, a fairly large Wetherspoons on High Holborn. It has a slightly unusual shape. This was my second or third visit here. But probably my first visit during the summer, as it was the first time I've noticed there is a garden. Has a reasonable range of ales - Titanic Iceberg, Sharps Doom Bar, Greene King Abbot & IPA, Fullers London Pride & Conwy Rampart. Ciders were Mr Whiteheads Boxing Dog, Sheppy's Farmhouse Cider, Bottle Kicking Cider Company Cross Farm Perry & Green Valley Doctor's Orders. |
blue_scrumpy - 27 Jul 2014 20:01
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