The Sun is part of the Weatherspoon chain. Although some people think chain pubs ruin old pubs in this case it isn't true due to the fact that in its previous form, the building was a kitchen showroom. Being part of a large chain The Sun can give great deals, there is usually 99p offers on certain bottles (eg Smirnoff ice / fosters / metz / reef etc). These are especially popular towards the end of the evening when people couldn't care less what they are drinknig as long as its alcoholoc and gives them a false sense of 'not going to puke'. They sometimes do offers on doubles. I wont bore you with the story of "after 8 double JD & cokes and 2 bottles of Metz" story!! The atmosphere in the pub is relaxed, it can sometimes get busy on Friday and Saturday nights wuth people waiting for the club to open but you can usually find a table squeezing through the crowds. If you have seen one weatherspoon pub you have seen them all, the desor is pretty average, there are a few local old photos and suns stuck around the place, but nothing really inspiring. The chairs are comfortable if you pick the right ones, if your a*se nearly touches the floor, you know you've picked one on the many duds. The pub alse serves food, though as with most pubs it is best to stick with eating the pub food on offer, burger and chips, onion rings etc. If you start delving into the fancy stuff things start to get dangerous becuase 9 times out of 10 the cook hasn't got the faintest idea how to cook it properly. But generally the food is cheap and not too bad. Again being a chain pub there is a great selection. There is a mixed crowd of people in the sun, usually old or young people, middle ages tend to go elsewhere. I think the cheapness of the place appeals to pensioners and students alike. Visit the Sun if you are looking for a cheap lunchtime meal or a cheap pleasent night out.