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[[Category Wetherspoons|Wetherspoons]] pub on [[Locale Stoke Newington|Stoke Newington]] High Street - London's oldest surviving outlet of the chain.
Wetherspoons pub on Stoke Newington High Street - London's oldest surviving outlet of the chain.
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[[Kat]] and Rick visited for a quick dinner on a Sunday evening in June 2015. It was pretty busy but we managed to find ourselves a small table in the conservatory section. Kat's pulled pork burger tasted fine but had very little structural integrity. However (thanks to the standard Wethermenu offer) it came with a free pint of delicious mild to make up for all the pork falling out of the bun, all for £6.10.
[[Kat]] and Rick visited for a quick dinner on a Sunday evening in June 2015. It was pretty busy but we managed to find ourselves a small table in the conservatory section. Kat's pulled pork burger tasted fine but had very little structural integrity. However (thanks to the standard Wethermenu offer) it came with a free pint of delicious mild to make up for all the pork falling out of the bun, all for 6.10.
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See also:
* [http://whatpub.com/pubs/NLD/5769/ WhatPub entry]
* [http://www.pubsgalore.co.uk/pubreviews/25637/ Pubs Galore comments]
* [http://www.beerintheevening.com/pubs/comments.shtml/4411/ Beer In The Evening comments]

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Wetherspoons pub on Stoke Newington High Street - London's oldest surviving outlet of the chain.

Inside it's a 'classic' Wetherspoons layout with a long bar to one side, plenty of tables, and a carpet that's seen better days. The middle section past the bar has some booths on one side and more tables in the centre. To the rear (semi-partitioned off) there's a pleasantly airy conservatory area, which in turn leads to a small beer garden. The clientele has a drastically higher percentage of locals than the other pubs and bars on the High Street, and obviously the prices are much cheaper. The more voiciferous punters tend to occupy the front half of the pub which can feel a bit intimidating at first, but if you head towards the back it's usually much calmer.

Kat and Rick visited for a quick dinner on a Sunday evening in June 2015. It was pretty busy but we managed to find ourselves a small table in the conservatory section. Kat's pulled pork burger tasted fine but had very little structural integrity. However (thanks to the standard Wethermenu offer) it came with a free pint of delicious mild to make up for all the pork falling out of the bun, all for 6.10.

Accessibility: a very low step to get in. There is a RADAR-locked toilet, other toilets not checked.

Last visited by Kat and Rick, June 2015. Opening hours taken from the website.

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