Whitehouse Pub/Hotel (Luton) Reviews
Description:1 Bridge Street, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU. Telephone: 01582 454608.
Newest Review: ... pub also does decent food at a great price! I especially enjoy going on a Sunday afternoon for a roast which is a superb value at only £5.99 and that includes a choice of drink from a Pepsi to a cold pint of Fosters and also a choice of desserts. They also do great deals on food like pannins and burger and chips which are also great value and available as a meal deal (which includes a drink ... more
Customer Whitehouse Pub/Hotel (Luton) Reviews (4)
by - written on 27/01/09 (Very useful, 74 readings)
The Whitehouse is a JD Whetherspoons pub which is situated in the centre of Luton, in The Galaxy complex. I have visited this pub many times and enjoy going down and meeting my mates for a pint (or two!) here. This is one of the few places in Luton's town centre which shows football matches, so we regularly go down to watch the games on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon. The pub also does decent food at a great price! I especially enjoy going on a Sunday afternoon for a roast which is a superb value at only £5.99 and that includes a choice of drink from a Pepsi to a cold pint of Fosters and also a choice of desserts. They also do great deals on food like pannins ... Read the complete review
by Freya - written on 15/09/06
I am a Lutionian and worked at aforementioned Whitehouse for a period. Let me assure you that it is not a nice place and in my (and many others!) opinion is in probably one of the worst areas in the town. And believe me I know the place well!
by - written on 07/05/02, updated on 07/05/02 (Somewhat useful, 114 readings)
The White House in Luton is a fab pub for meeting with friends, as theres no loud music pumping out...just the sound of loads of people. Its a really strange pub to drink in, as the decor makes the place feel huge. There is a good selection of fine booze here, for reasonable prices. Food is served Mon -Sat between 11am and 10pm, and Sundays 12noon - 9.30pm. The average cost of a main course is £5, but they often have special offers and a ' light ' lunch menu, that means you can eat well for under £5. The menu is typical of many pub / bar menus...chicken & chips, pies, and pasta. There is also a good selection of sandwiches. I often have the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/01, updated on 20/09/01 (Very useful, 144 readings)
A little while ago, I visited the J. D. Weatherspoons in Luton (which I'm reliably informed is called "The Whitehouse") and was so pleased with the experience that I requested the creation of this category so that I could write this opinion. Of course, I then forgot all about it until recently and I've started feeling guilty about getting someone to create the topic for me and then not using it, so here I go. I have to be very careful about this. I'm sure there are some really nice parts of Luton and I'm sure there are some really nice places for a drink and meal in the town centre. Unfortunately, I didn't find any of them and the ... Read the complete review
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