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Popped in for a few drinks and some lunch today and had an enjoyable couple of hours. Staff were very friendly and efficient. Beer as to be expected was very well priced and well looked after. Food was very good value and tasty, it was...More
This Wetherspoons is very popular as its the only place in the vicinity of Leicester square you can get food and drink at a decent price. The service was prompt too. Top tip order from their app for your food and drink to avoid the...More
Great to see a decent pub in the centre of London with standard up north prices. I had a pint of Kroneborg about £4 and I had the most expensive thing on the menu which was the mixed grill £12 happy days.
Good atmosphere service...More
Waited in here for a friend to arrive on the Tube. Pint was good and reasonably priced for central London. Was astounded to find myself next to Robert Webb ordering a pint. Poor guy obviously fed up with fans approaching him as the hood went...More
First time visited here in years and it was fantastic - the service was attentive and quick but even better was the new vegan breakfast!! The sausages were absolutely delicious and I hope other branches use the same ones!
I was really surprised visiting this Weatherspoons pub at Leicester Square this afternoon. I've been to many different Weatherspoons pubs in my time but this one stood out above the rest. With it being an extremely busy and rainy Saturday I found that all of...More
Visit Sunday 09/12/18 10.30am wife & husband breakfast visit, bit busy but as expected as London. Waited at bar and other people got served before me that arrived at the bar after me so not impressed!. Food was ok a little cold but cheap and...More
I have been here just few drinks that btw they taste terrible especially the hop house. We went to ask someone to change it and Tomas ( really rude guy and I think he is a manager) told us we were wrong and we didn’t...More
The go-to district for a good time in London, Soho hosts a wealth of world-class theatres and a compelling lineup of cafes, restaurants, pubs, bars, and clubs. At Soho's core is London's original Red Light District and the epicenter of the LGBT scene – and thus the city's hottest nightlife. For shopping enthusiasts, Soho is not only the home of London's greatest concentration of boutique shops, but also the
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