Wetherspoons is a well established chain, and this branch is located at the end of Chertsey road's long parade of restaurants, clubs, and takeaways. It is quite a large pub offering a range of cheap spirits, beer and a selection of foods if you so wish for them. The decor isn't particularly amazing, and the chairs outside often mean you're facing Chameleon, and having pedestrians trying to circumnavigate your table in order to walk down the street.
In the evenings however, on peak nights, it is sometimes unbearably crowded, difficult to get served at the bar and near impossible to find anywhere to sit. The bouncers are often lurking around, although if you don't cause any trouble they're friendly enough.
Fairly ordinary Weatherspoons , large with no outstanding features . Incrediably busy but as Woking really does not have any number of pubs thats hardly surprising . Still any port in a storm .
Wetherspoons know what they're doing. They attract the OAPs by day and the youth by night. At weekends they attract shoppers and then drinkers.
Woking's offering is no different.
Cheap beers and spirits, reasonable food and a large bar area in which to consume the two. There's a bit of a pavement area in which to quaff your pint but by day the outlook is bleak - who wants to stare at a wall and passing cars, and by night you'll have the bouncers breathing down your necks and the local drunks spoiling your party.
If you want a quick(ish) bit to eat whilst out shopping then Wetherspoons is better than O'Neils or Yates - otherwise I'd avoid it.
Toilets tend to be fine and staff friendlier than in some.
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