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The Edmund Halley, Lee - pub details

Edmund Halley
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Address: 25-27 Burnt Ash Green, Lee, London, SE12 8RG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 435) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lee (0.5 miles), Hither Green (0.6 miles), Blackheath (0.8 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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> Current user rating: 3.7/10 (rated by 35 users)
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user reviews of the Edmund Halley, Lee

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October 2015.
Beer was great, but that is it.
Clients in and out of the doors, all on their phones, some quite rough for this end of Lee.
This used to be the nearest Spoons to me and I used to avoid it like the plague, but it has got a lot better, prices and other pub closures nearbye now bringing in more middle class patrons.
Typical Shop conversion that does not pretent to be anything else.
I'd visit again if in the area.
CaskBill - 18 Oct 2015 23:00
My first visit to this rough 'spoons for a couple of years. It's a Tuesday tea time and on this visit it's not quite so rough as the last time I was here which was a Saturday afternoon in June 2012!

5.30pm and the pub is more than half full with everyone clearly a local. 3 staff on and all of look as rough as the customers!

7 ales across the 8 hand pumps. My pint of Brewsters Aromantica was alright, poured okay but it didn’t taste like it was kept that well.

I think out of all the ‘spoons I’ve ever been in this one is right up there with one of the worse. The pub looks fine, okay it’s a bit tired but it’s alright…it’s the punters that make the pub so rough.

I won’t be rushing back!

lezford - 14 Aug 2015 11:39
A typical shopping centre / town centre spoons, built into the Leegate centre at the side on the main road.

3 beers on draught when I visited and even though the pint I had was fine the place is a sh*thole and the clientele are not much better.

Really nothing more to say.
lezford - 23 Jun 2012 18:16
Not too bad in the week but I'd avoid Friday and Saturday night due to the clientel loitering around outside when the sun is out. Cheap booze and the staff are ok (can be a bit miserable). The toilets are about half a mile away so be prepared.
One of the slightly better Weatherspoons.
Mattyh34 - 13 Jun 2012 09:43
Avoid like the common plague poor service poor everything always out of products and shines a bad light on the JDW brand rather go lewisham spoons or Greenwich
LONDONASBO - 4 Apr 2011 21:47

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