Wetherspoons is known for its cheap drinks, sometimes questionable food and toilets that always seem to be hundreds of stairs away from your seat.
There’s not much to expect when you go to a Wetherspoons, just cheap and cheerful drinks and laughs with friends.
However, many customers take to Tripadvisor to leave reviews of less than cheerful experiences in different Spoons.
Looking at Tripadvisor ratings from customers, we’ve put together a list of the best and worst Wetherspoons across South East London.
Best Wetherspoons in South East London
The Brockley Barge
Where:184 Brockley Road Brockley Road, London SE4 2RR England
“I should visit more often. probably the best ‘Spoon’s in SE London. Very difficult to ever fault the quality of the real ale and I always find the staff happy, obliging, working as a team, Suspect comes from the manager at the top then downwards.”
Where: 205 High Street, Bromley BR1 1NY England
“I must congratulate Greyhound for a lovely steak meal with a pint of beer – not only was the price brilliant, the steak was cooked to perfection, lovely jacket potato, grilled tomato, mushroom, and peas. Good service and happy ambiance Well done Weatherspoon”
The Edmund Halley
Where: 25-27 Burnt Ash Road, London SE12 8RG England
“I visit a number of Weatherspoon’s outlets but this comes of tops. great selection of beers served well by friendly staff. Food is fantastic value for London and served by nice staff who keep tables clear.”
The Gate Clock
Where: 210 Creek Road Cutty Stark Station, London SE10 9RB England
“We have been to this Spoons quite a few times for breakfast when we stay in Greenwich and it’s a good Spoons. Very good service and cheaper than the Spoons in the city. It’s located very close to the Cutty Sark but doesn’t get too busy for breakfast.”
The Watch House
Where: 198-204 Lewisham High Street Lewisham, London SE13 6JP England
“Came here during the week for breakfast with my husband and can I say this is the best Wetherspoons I have been to, customer service is perfect staff are really welcoming and the breakfast was actually hot.”
Worst Wetherspoons in South East London
The Fox on the Hill
Where:149 Denmark Hill, London SE5 8EH England
“We have tried this place couple of times and there is never food. There was no chips and the manager tried to treat us as we were dumb…. no signs and only one sign on the inside of a door. The place stink horrible. Never going back there….. Worst weatherspoon….”
The Richmal Crompton
Where: Masons Hill, Bromley BR1 1DS England
“It’s a Wetherspoons, we know the formula, and this one does it perfectly. I never leave this Pub feeling dissatisfied. As a proper Guinness drinker it hits the spot every time.”