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Grosvenor, Westminster

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user reviews of the Grosvenor, Westminster

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Still good, two ales, the outside has been extended to a proper seating area with barbeque. Worth a visit.
rainlight - 30 Jul 2010 18:49
As a group of students studying nearby we tend to choose this pub on special occasions and for good reason. Quiet without being dead, it's cosy, welcoming and reasonably-priced. In summer, the barbecue outside is free for punters to make use of, and the table tennis table is always in action. Overlooked by flats out the back which is less than picturesque, but the interesting bits and bobs decorating the interior make up for this.

A good place to spend an evening with friends.
box_twenty - 11 Dec 2008 11:47
A very pleasant pub, over looked by the passing tribes. Welworth a looksie. Pleasant young barmaid from Manchester to speak too.
anonymous - 30 Oct 2008 00:21
We've just had a Christmas party in this pub and it was a blast. The landlord Paul (and his staff) could not do enough for us. The food was great; the drink was great; the atmosphere was great; and only the grate wasn't real - it was a gas fire.

Thoroughly recommend this pub!
Brenmar - 7 Dec 2007 03:29
Nice little pub. Rather quiet on a Saturday afternoon. Goodish IPA. Friendly staff.

Some equestrian paraphernalia strewn around, such as an old saddle by the fire, which I found very charming.
AbeC - 21 Oct 2007 22:19
A lot of effort has been put into making this pub very nice.Excellent for a quiet evening or sunday lunch with its nice comfy sofas.They now offer a full menu. I have tried myself a couple of dishes, it's fresh, and some of the best food I had in a pub by far.
anonymous - 20 Feb 2007 19:08
Have used this pub pre and post name change. I must admit I quite like it. Quiet but not dead. The food used to be below average but it looks better now, but haven't tried. There's some nice leather chairs inside and you can play darts.
WaitorseBoyz - 5 Dec 2006 14:52
Formerly called the Spread Eagle, the Grosvenor has been refurbished and the beer range improved, as well as a few seats put outside round the back. At least the new name is one that might conceivably apply to a public house. It's a bit off the main drag (despite being overlooked from the back by huge almost Stalinist flatblocks) but the owners are clearly making an effort. Nice barstaff also.
beeronaut - 17 Jul 2006 14:24

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