I had arranged to meet a friend in the High St but he rang to say he would be late and as the weather was wet, I ducked into Wetherspoons for a quick pint and bite to eat. What a mistake...
For a start, the bar staff didn't have a clue who was next to be served and I waited for several minutes whilst people who had come to the bar after me were served in front of me. I finally got my beer and there was a huge head on it, way too much. I waited for it to settle then asked the chap who had served me for a top up. His response was, " are you sure you haven't drunk that?"
There then ensued an argument as to whether he was going to top the pint up, all this for ten pence's worth of beer. I won in the end, much to his disgruntlement.
I sat at a table amidst a horde of kids charging around OK, 'Spoons markets itself as a family pub but you'd think there would be some form of rules stating that kids should sit with their parents and not run amok annoying other patrons.
I ordered a burger and it took 20 minutes to arrive, shame really as it was bloody awful, half cold, chewy and in a bun that must have been two days past its sell by date. I left it, finished my beer and walked out. What a dump, the worse Wetherspoons I haveever been in to and staff who don't deserve a job.
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