As with all Wetherspoons this was terrific value. We had tomato and basil soup, a chicken burger, and a couple of drinks. Slightly less than £10! However, one helpful waitress had difficulty finding the correct tables, another seemed not to care about any kind of service, and several tables remained uncleared all the time we were there. Takes the edge off. It wouldn't deter me from using Wetherspoons, but it's not a recipe for success. I suspect Tim Martin - the Head Boy - would be less than impressed.
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