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Not been to Wolverhampton for two years but on recent trip I had to go to the Wessie. Brilliant choice of beer, well kept, good mature clientele. Great service also.
Proper Social distancing, temperature taken and details also. Properly run.
Im now a regular in this wonderful pub i travel a few miles by train to get there but its always worthwhile,delicious bathams bitter and the full range of holdens beers all in fantastic condition nice cheap food also available but limited now during covid...More
This is the 'Go to' pub if you like a bit of nostalgia and a wonderful pint. It's was great to see the Great Western reopen its doors after all this time and you can't ask for more conscientious safety procedures. You're greeted at the...More
Visited here prior to going to the Lighthouse Cinema ( another gem of W'hampton!!) Pretty busy as the pub often is full with workers having a few end of week drinks and I assume people like us getting our tea before going out for a...More
What a lovely litte place to eat and drink.
Real Ales and the food is down to earth, reasonably priced and tasty.
I have to say the Grey Peas and Bacon are to die for!! Not being Black Country myself, I was introduced to these...More
3 ex-railway men met up for lunch and had a good time.
Excellent choice of local beers, all well served.
Faggots, chips and mushy peas were excellent, although I would have preferred normal peas.
Staff excellent and friendly.
My colleague and I popped into GWP on Tuesday 24th again at lunchtime and instead of the cobs or baps we decided to have the Faggots/Chips/Mushy Peas £7.95 ( the faggots were lovely but let down by the chips... frozen and then deep fried... shame...More
With scant offerings for ale in the Wolverhampton area, this place can afford to sit back and reduce customer service concerns. Arriving at 2150 the screen displayed the food on offer, and we were starving. NO FOOD NOW was the response from the bar staff....More