Wetherspoons, Victoria Station - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 92) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz machines (Pharaoh's Treasure)
- Food served, Real ale
- Wireless internet access (provided by The Cloud)
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other pubs nearby:
Iron Duke, Victoria station (0.0 miles), Sports Bar and Grill, Victoria (0.0 miles), Sloe Bar, Victoria Station (0.0 miles), Club Bar, Victoria (0.1 miles), Shakespeare, Victoria (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Slerpy (Steve) from Sanders - is geting old now. Tends to be a tad vague.|
And NEVER speeds......
randolf7 - 19 Jan 2015 22:34
|Speeding thru' London to get a train my connections connected better than I thought, not enough time for the Cask &Kitchen + walk, just enough for a pint here, my good fortune held a lovely pint of Brewster's Decadence, only draw back was footie fans from several different games converging, just time for a very swift half Of Elland 1812. Slightly dearer than most 'spoony outlets but well worth it.8/10.|
slerpy - 19 Jan 2015 19:18
|Very busy station bar, but the beer is always of good quality here. Probably not an ideal place to spend an evening but worth visiting if passing through the station.|
Aztecgoat - 17 Jan 2015 09:53
|After some years avoiding this Wetherspoons, I was very pleased to see that it has had a substantial makeover with much improved toilet facilities. The bar that was formerly about 12 inches wide and full of collection tins, baskets of inedible buns and various other junk has been cleared and considerably widened and the beer selection much enhanced. They even have ESB which must be a plus. The staff are uniformed and efficient and there are now a few small nooks and crannies where one can escape the throng. Best to go there before 4pm when the place starts rapidly filling up with the early crowd causing a jam at the bar. I never eat in pubs so I don't know about the food side of things but there were plenty of people ( mostly women) feeding their faces so the food must be reasonable. Unlike so many other Wetherspoon pubs, the clientele were respectable and well behaved.|
For a station bar this is now quite an acceptable watering hole.
Padderborn - 11 Dec 2014 17:09
|enjoyed a good pint of harviestoun old engine oil porter from the beer festival list.£3.30 is expensive for a wetherspoons,but still cheap for the area.good outside balcony to people watch and check train departure times.|
hoppyal - 19 Oct 2014 11:57
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