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Carpenters Arms, Bethnal Green

small and clean, very expensive considering the area
Beer average but for the price poor.
much room for improvement here but doubt the owners will be bothered they are sitting pretty

10 Nov 2009 21:48

The Marble Arch, Manchester

Ok fair enough jodineild for you comment yetserday but I have just visited tonight and I can say this:
Beer was absolutelty first class, spot on 100%, cannot be faulted on all beers tonight and congrats on 2010 GBG entry

and for any pub, anywhere, the beer is first and foremost.
The beer is much before the food, the decor, kids and quizzes, games and jukebox and all that cr*p....beer first!

the food tonight was not first class. Only average. And the price they charge made it quite poor.
But, even though there's the 'veggie' menu and 'organic' bullsh*t alleged boll*cks beers this place is....and lets never forget a first class run pub... a perfect capitalist venture! a superb marketing winner day in day out! it is absolutely not to be missed!
They know exactly what they are doing in here and good luck to them, may they make bucket loads of money to continue to survive in these tough 'anti-alcohol' times.
Forget the average food, ...it will probably get back to form soon and support this Great British establishment! now...
rate highly f 10

17 Sep 2009 00:21

The Tunnel End Inn, Marsden

Very friendly pub, clean and tidy, bit old fashioned but in a good manner. With decent prices and a choice of 4 cask ales.
Not that busy this evening
Could do with some more customers to keep trade up.
4 x 4 vehicles would be most suitable to reach this location.
I suspect the previous poster has more of a political issue with 4 x 4 owners rather than a genuine concern, a Saab 900 takes up the same parking space but they are ok to park here?
Well 4 x 4 owners also like a decent pint, pay more than their fair share in taxes, own pubs and micro-breweries and keep the country up and running, good for them and good for pubs like this where parking is permitted right outside.

19 Jun 2009 16:52

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