One of the city’s two JD Wetherspoon pubs, this is the one which isn’t in the Good Beer Guide and so I just popped in for a coffee. Well, I say a coffee, but I had four to get my money’s worth.
Service was friendly, the pub is clean and the environment is comfortable. There seemed to be quite a few regulars that the staff knew, with everything being organised and well managed.
I’m in my periodic mood about JD Wetherspoon’s obsessing over Brexit, so I decided not to eat at the pub, limiting myself instead to just the unlimited hot drinks which cost just £1.10. As it was before 9am I didn’t pay much attention to the real ale selection, but they usually have around five or six to choose from.