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Lighthouse Inn, Wallasey

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A Greene King place, so not expecting amazing things on the real ale front, but it had Summer Lightning and a Morland bitter I have not seen before. Also had a seasonal Greene King ale that I decided against trying, and went for the Summer Lightning at £3.35.

Large pub, flame grill type place, you know the score. Decent size beer garden out the front. Unfortunately the bogs stink, I can only describe them as "pissy" and in need of some improvement.
RealAleRobUK - 8 Sep 2017 14:32
If this is the worst pub in wallasey you don't get out very much.
clarkkent - 11 Apr 2011 10:05
please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously. LMAO!

Minimum wage service, crap food on cold plates. The usual big chain pub but with a twist of bad attitude. I have had better times at the dentist.
Seriously, the worst pub in Wallasey.
marvind - 16 Jan 2011 16:01
Great atmosphere , fabulous food

Carvery was delicious here served Wednesday and sunday apparently , we visited on sunday afternoon full of families young and old alike enjoying sunday lunch together

Sports was being shown on the flat screen tv's but did not interfere with dining area at all

Real ale also available not really my kind of drink but hubby advised was "well kept"

considering the level of trade service was fab and staff were very attentive

would be going back here agian and advise you to too
like2pub - 9 Oct 2010 01:12
Yes the front is quite nice, but spoilt at times by boy racers. I'll re-visit, but I think the comments are fair; the place has obviously gone down hill in recent years.
Magellan - 1 Feb 2010 20:00
Think your comment is a bit harsh!! food is normal for a pub like this ! we are not talking gourmet dining here, the carvery is quite nice , the prices are moderate and the front of the pub is south facing so you can sit in the sunshine in the summer??
chrisw7892000 - 8 Oct 2009 09:52
A plastic pub, selling plastic food, set in the middle of a car park.

Now has a pool table in what was the lounge, and the rear area has been converted into a restaurant. The later seems to be popular with families with young children, and those that do not care for what they are eating.

A number of bench tables at the front are all that this pub has going for it.

Magellan - 8 Dec 2007 12:00

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