Re: Fulham Broadway station query

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Arthur Figgis

Dec 11, 2018, 7:05:54 PM12/11/18
On 09/12/2018 18:26, Basil Jet wrote:
> On 09/12/2018 16:53, Recliner wrote:
>> Arthur Figgis <> wrote:
>>> On 07/12/2018 17:10, Roland Perry wrote:
>>>> In message <>, at 15:51:48 on
>>>> Fri, 7 Dec 2018, Recliner <> remarked:
>>>>>>> expect to pay over £6 a pint, around three times the price in
>>>>>>> the Wetherspoons in the new shopping centre
>>>>>> There's a Wetherspoons selling beer at £2/pint? Postcode please!
>>>>> Their beers start at just under £2, and I think all were under £3.
>>>> When and where?
>>> My local Spoons in suburban south London often has at least some
>>> sub-GBP3 pints - I've seen a beer at near enough half the price the
>>> nearby "nice" pub was charging for it - and I saw a sub-GBP2 one
>>> recently (probably in Croydon or South Norwood).
>>> I had a look at the new St Pancras one the other day. >GBP4...
>> Yes, their prices are very location-dependent, but usually much lower
>> than
>> the local competition.
> Why? Are they awful?

Variable. My definition of a crap place is that the only entry in the
GBG is a Spoons.

That one with staff wearing bodycams and drug dealers in the bogs is
very different to the one in a converted opera house.

For all their faults, they do have a minimum standard, and they do
reliably serve something resembling hot food without all the "FOOD
SERVED ALL DAY!!! [but not after 1pm or at weekends]" hassle of "proper"

(all real ales at The George in Croydon are currently under GBP3)
Arthur Figgis Surrey, UK


Dec 12, 2018, 4:43:50 AM12/12/18
On Wed, 12 Dec 2018 00:05:51 GMT, Arthur Figgis
South Wales prices are typically £2.15pp. Port Talbot maybe £1.89 still.

Airport/NEC 'spoon prices are always higher.

Bah, and indeed, Humbug.


Dec 12, 2018, 8:57:16 AM12/12/18
Because I like real ale, Wetherspoon's is ideal for me. They change their pumps regularly and have lots of different strengths. They also don't mind about changing a bad beer.

One cannot order real ale on the Wetherspoon app yet, unfortunately.
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