Randomness Guide to London - Differences between Version 13 and Version 12 of Sir John Oldcastle, EC1M 3JF

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Fairly standard Wetherspoons pub near Farringdon Station.

bob and others visited in October 2007. The London Pride was drinkable, and the Abbot Ale must have been acceptable. Like most Wetherspoons these days, there was Westons Old Rosie available. See bob's photo of the beer prices.

Like most Wetherspoons, food is served all day, including breakfast.

Accessibility: Two steps up and then three steps down to get in. There are two more steps inside the doors of the ladies' and gents' toilets.

Last visited by Kake and bob, September 2013. Opening hours taken from the Wetherspoons website, September 2013.

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