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I visited this Wetherspoons with my family there were 6 adults and a small child. We selected one of the only tables to cater for large groups and were disappointed to find the table top needs screwing in. This was quite annoying whilst we were...More
Went Friday night and waited over 30 minutes for drinks useing the app not once twice!so then left and went some were else, So any pub can be busy I would guess so poped back for breakfast in morning and waited 50 mins for breakfast!...More
50 minute wait for food on a Sunday morning followed by the team leader coming out of the kitchen and declaring ‘no more food until 1pm, the kitchen is destroyed’
Absolute mad house. Zero leadership. Food all over the floor and chairs including a slippery...More
I am only giving 1 star because you cannot select lower.
I visited on 28/9/18 evening and received the poorest treatment as a customer I have ever had.
The young blonde glass collector Cassie / Kirsty cleared my half full Gin and Tonic outside while...More
Called in for breakfast whilst staying in the area. Not the easiest of places to find, parking outside is £2 for an hour. It's a new build, (of course it is, it's MK), quite roomy, well laid out and reasonably clean. Not the friendliest of...More
This was chosen by our group as the place to meet up for a few drinks before our main meal later that night. It is a typical Wetherspoons in that it is busy and quite noisy. The floor is crudy and tables needed clearing but...More