Moon Under Water, NW9 6RR
- 020 8200 7611
- 10 Varley Parade, The Hyde, NW9 6RR
- 9am-11:30pm Mon-Sun
It's a fairly typical Wetherspoons shop conversion (in this case, from a Woolworths; not in the recent collapse of the chain, but some years earlier in 1990), with a lowish ceiling and a room stretching back from a small frontage. There are a few booths along the wall as you go in, and more further back alongside the bar.
Kake, Katie, and bob visited on a Tuesday evening in October 2009. There were five real ales on — Marstons Pedigree, Abbot Ale, Ruddles Best, Wickwar Bob (95p/half), and Caledonian 80 Shilling (85p/half) — as well as one real cider, Marcle Hill.
The lighting was quite dim, aside from the silently flashing fruit machines. As with most Wetherspoons, there was no music. There were a fair few people in at 7pm, but plenty of seats left including a couple of booths.
Accessibility: Small step to get in. Level access to bar, seating area, and toilets once you're in. There is a toilet marked as accessible, but it also has a sign on it warning that the door is alarmed and you need to ask at the bar to get in.