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The Narrows, Abingdon - pub details


Address: 25 High Street, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 5AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 43449) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Radley (2.2 miles), Culham (2.5 miles), Appleford (3 miles)

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user reviews of the Narrows, Abingdon

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Wetherspoons trump their choice of beer but it was unimaginative indeed in here - although I did enjoy a few pints of Lazarus from the Truman Brewery. As soulless as you would come to expect from the chain and as cheap - just as well really because their decision to back Brexit will leave us all the more penniless in years to come. Clearly a cunning ruse.
BoehmBawerk - 18 Aug 2017 20:02
I was in Abingdon late one Saturday evening looking for a place to drink. I walked passed it thinking something better would turn up, all the other pubs I walked passed had musak on. I returned to the Narrows and then spotted the Cask Marque do decided to go in. It was only on my second visit to the bar that I realised it was a Spoons. It serves till midnight I think.

The previous posted is spot on about the description! It was very bust when I visited and the service was a little slow. There were people of all ages in there and some areas were busy but I found a quiet corner to read the paper.

I had two beers, one I can't remember that was OK and the other was Ruddles which was in good condition. I will visit again if I ever return to Abingdon.
nonecker - 11 Jan 2015 14:34
A fairly recently opened Wetherspoons outlet with quite a small frontage to the street which belies its inner size. On entering, the bar servery is immediately along the wall on the right with some tables opposite partially separated off by a wall and beyond the bar is a large area with more tables used mostly for dining as the kitchen is adjacent. The whole building is deceptively long with high ceilings and very light inside. It was very busy on Sunday lunchtime with people tucking into their Sunday roast dinners and my roast beef was a good size helping and nicely cooked. The drinkers are not forgotten with 10 handpumps dispensing so the downmarket Greene King offerings can easily be avoided. All in all a very pleasant experience and one of the better Wetherspoons examples. Long may it continue.
yellowfever - 4 Sep 2014 15:47

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