Weatherspoons pub (i think) but still, reall cheap, nice and big, great place to go for some pre-club drinks!
An watch out for Andrew Ryan, 70 year old man, hes there every night! What a Ledge!
Pretty typical Weatherspoons . Would not have ventured in but Ipswich is a bit of a beer desert . Its a big place but pubs few and far between . Stiil it W to the rescue and guess what thats where you find the Ipswich folk too .
The Crickters pub is in the centre of Ipswich town, it is just outside the main bus depot in town. This is a great pub/restuarant, that is great for familys as well as a night out.
If you are on a night out this is a good cheap place to grab some drinks from first before heading on to a club, there is a large bear garden and plenty of seats within.
If on a family meal outing this is great as they have a constant 2 for 1 offer with loads of things included in it. They also have specail meal days with new and exciting offers on, including a great big massive curry feast.
The toilets are upstairs but are in good condition for pub toilets.
The staff are all friendly, they are normally very busy so don't have to much time to chat, but if they do they are more then happy to.
Great food, Great prices.
Cheap beer on tap to start the night out with great space and bar service.
Been coming here for years. Nice large pub with thr cheapest drinks in town. Decent enough food, usual menu but good value. Beer garden useful in the summer. Can get packed at the weekend and getting served then can be trying. Perfect place for drinks during the afternoon though.
you know what youre getting here but went on a warm saturday.. place full of locals which incidentally are mostly middle aged men checking out the not so hot totty. food was ok.. average really but the appeal to me was the beer garden. thats it.
Ok food, nice seating area outside, decent beer selection but service primitive. I've visited this pub several times and whilst the food is ok and the beer selection decent, the atmosphere is 'localised'. On one occasion during my university days, a senior staff manager refused to serve me a tuna baguette one afternoon because he wouldn't accept my student ID. My friend then ordered the food on my behalf using his driving licence ID and the individual begrudgingly processed the order. Despite serving all other customers' food himself, the individual delegated the students' order to his colleague. What a fiasco just for a baguette and we didn't even enquire about ordering a beer. Certainly if your face doesn't fit then staff can be awkward, but especially in a 'close-knit' town like Ipswich where competition is limited. Any restaurant which treats its customers with such contempt in London won't last long in the current economic climate!
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