Wetherspoons (Ryde, Isle of Wight) Reviews
Description:Address: 41 Union Street / Ryde / Isle of Wight / PO33 2LF
Newest Review: ... need of a facelift. Its decor is in serious need of a revamp as the chair and tables are the same ones they had in the late 90's. They are sticky, the carpet is wee and vomit stained - with the staff not a huge amount different. The good thing about Spoons is the drinks prices. Ryde is generally quite good for prices as a rule, much better than say Cowes where £3 + for a pint is the norm. ... more
Customer Wetherspoons (Ryde, Isle of Wight) Reviews (2)
by - written on 28/02/09 (Very useful, 363 readings)
JJJJ is right, Wetherspoons in Ryde can be hit and miss if you visit at the wrong time. You can usually judge the what the place is going to be like as you pass the large glass frontage of the building, this is useful because you can see who is in there and exactly whether or not theres gonna be trouble. Back in the 80's and 90's, Fowlers as it was then was an upmarket department store that had a cafe on the top floor. When Fowlers closed there a brief period of time when the building was empty. It changed into a 'Spoons around 1998 or just before. Spoons as a rule generally cater for your everyday drinker and usually you will get a hardcore of older dudes who ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/09, updated on 26/12/11 (Very useful, 462 readings)
Located on the North East coast of the Isle of Wight, Ryde has its fair share of pubs - in fact, it has more than its fair share. In the main shopping area 'Union Street' (which is about 150 metres long) there are at least ten drinking venues - equating to one every 15 metres! Perched at the top of the street is Wetherspoons, also known as 'Fowlers', which was the name of the clothes department store that was previously housed in the building. Although the clothes shop used to be spread over five floors, Wetherspoons only utilises two. The large open-plan ground floor comprises the bar, a selection of tables and booths, quiz / fruit machines, and ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Wetherspoons (Ryde, Isle of Wi ...
Fox and Duck (Sheffield) - BEER, BEER, BEER the next morning - in fact all day.
Vesbar (London) - Laid back stylish bar with nice nosh Can't think of any!
Zero Degrees (London) - the beer and pizzas cocktals and wine more expensive, very busy
Manchester 235 (Manchester) - Good value packages, friendly staff Not exactly like Ocean's Eleven!
Hollywood Star (Burnley) - good value food, service, wacky warehouse, highchairs lack of baby provision in wacky warehouse, changing facilities, some small portions
|More products in Pub / Bar National|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Bostin' Fittle (Dudley)|
Delicious food, brilliant kids' facilities, reasonable prices
Nothing at all
|Stanley Arms (St Helens)|
Lovely setting, ideal for small celebrations, superb food, very reasonably priced
Totally disorganised, payment by cash or cheque only
|Madsons Wine Bar (Canvey Island)|
Friendly pub and cold beer !
In the last paragraph of my review
|The Rose & Crown Public House (Coventry)|
Cheap, decent food with a short waiting time even in busy periods
Drinks are a little pricy and pub isn't tidied enough
|Ye Olde Bowling Green Inn (Bradwell)|
Good atmosphere, nice setting
None as far as I am concerned
|Millsy's Cafe Bar (Coventry)|
Beautiful, clean, well laid out and you feel 'posh' in here!
Expensive, small and small garden with no heat!
|The White Lion Public House (Coventry)|
Clean, reasonable priced, private, unhurried
Can't sit in the garden, not a varied enough menu for me, not big portions
|The Earsldon Cottage Wine Bar (Coventry)|
Great decor and sound system, more club than pub
Little but snobby, little bit expensive
|Anglers Rest (Bamford, Derbyshire)|
Good food, charming pub