The Goose is a proper cheap and cheerful local pub with friendly staff and typical pub grub.
Though I wouldn't go here with my 'trendy' friends, nobody can argue on a hungover Saturday lunchtime with meals starting at £3 and the infamous 'ultimate burgers' that even the greediest blokes can't finish (I have proof). This has become a staple of ours when cashflow is low and heads are aching from the night before.
Think Wetherspoons but with a plasma screen, it tends to be quite blokey, with loads of old men drinking Guiness on their own, but all are welcome. Bottles of wine are about 50p more than the Tesco Express next door, and it beats crashing out in front of the TV!
The Goose is a busy pub situated next to Walthamstow Central Station and Bus Station. It has a good range of beverages and food, and does a lot of special offers which are good value. There is no-where to park on street, by there is a large car park just down the road.
One drawback, they always seem to have the accessible door locked, which means a lot of unwelcomed attention when trying to get in!
An very very good pub,sells London Pride at £1.90 a pint,summer special Bacardi and mixer 99p.great selection of cheap meals from around £2.99.as pleasant staff who after a few visits will serve you as soon as they see you.as sport on TV,and a little background music,and I'm told free wifi coming soon.and my tipple double vodka and coke£2.49.51p cheaper than Wetherspoons.and after 3pm to meals a fiver.
Quiet a big place. A good place to meet for a few drinks with friends. I haven't tried the food there yet so I cant comment on that. Has a nice smoking area. The staff are friendly and the drinks are at a good price.
Well I only use this pub for convenience. Apart from a small shopping mall and a pub which serves the cheapest booze around, the area has little else to offer. Most of the staff in this pub feel friendly enough but if you could help it, I wouldn't use their toilets. The food isn't all bad but it really depends who's working in the kitchen at the time. Their hygiene standards needs attention as they don't appear to wear cook's outfits or hair nets. Drinks prices are as low as you can get for the area although they tend to fluctuate at the manager's discretion. Apart from the budget, one doesn't expect a rise in alcohol prices at the drop of a hat. Apart from a Friday or Saturday night there's never a manager present if you've a problem with the service and it appears that that the bar staff seem to rule the roost. You really gotta drink in there to see for yourself. If it wasn't for the fact that it's right outside the tube station, I think that no one would be going in there.
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