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George Inn, Littlehampton

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user reviews of the George Inn, Littlehampton

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went in last Thursday, good range of guest ciders

six if I remember correctly, fairly busy but staff doing ok

when in Littlehampton always worth a punt
Leftinthepub44 - 7 Aug 2017 17:02
Had some time to spare before catching the train late on Sunday evening.
Ordered a pint of Stongbow and a glass of Pinot Grigio.
This was the first visit for a number of years. Place much improved, staff quite friendly, and the Wetherspoon burger list looks ok - will try next time
Seagulls - 24 Oct 2016 14:22
Its a W/spoons and all that goes with it

cheap beer , chatty customers ,
no sideways glances because you are not a local etc

I have had the grub several times, and no complaints.

As soon as I get off the train ( 10 mins walk from stn) ) in we go
Leftinthepub44 - 27 Mar 2015 14:29
Called in over New Year. Typical JDW- like them or loathe them or just tolerate them.
Couldn't fault the beer or the service.....didn't eat.
LickeyEndBooze - 21 Jan 2014 13:05
Nice pub, cheap beer & food, all you would expect from a wetherspoons really, not much of an atmosphere.
The staff were great though, Speedy service but still had time for a smile & a laugh.
chickenlicken - 26 Apr 2010 15:00
My first choice in Littlehampton as a 'safe bet' being a Wetherspoons I pretty much new what to expect. The ale was up to scratch and the service was efficient. Some nice one liners coming from what I think was the manager to some of their regulars - made me giggle! Can't comment on peak times though as not been back.
pale_ale4 - 5 Feb 2010 14:09
Sadly not one of their better watering holes. Needs a good clean a lick of paint Service slow beer soso food when it does come is o.k. ish. Avoid friday nights at all costs.
KANDER - 21 Jan 2010 22:56
Sorry Ordinary, I can't agree about this Spoons being a "proper local". To me it's a typical Wetherspoons joint atmosphere-free, the cheap beer and food not compensating for a total lack of character. The staff do their best but in my opinion they're on to a loser.
chumpy - 12 Jan 2010 15:47
bit tatty.tables need cleaning more regularly
mikeyn - 9 Aug 2009 20:54
I took the nippers in here for lunch when we were down in Littlehampton the other day. The place looks a bit in need of a redecoration but otherwise I was pleased to note a) friendly staff; b) manager and locals with a good line in banter; c)ale in good nick; d)speedy service.
One of those "Spoons" that manages to be a proper local, it would seem.
Ordinary - 14 Aug 2008 21:49
usually quite busy in here...beer was good and the food proportionable..good service by barman with his eye on the ball..always pay a visit in here wen im down here.
graybagsinburyonceagain - 13 Apr 2008 23:10
Not a bad spoons. Food ok, reasonable pricing on drinks. Gets busy on a Friday and Saturday evening.
leviathan - 18 Jan 2008 09:02
Fairly decent spoons
Uncle_Dunkel - 24 Jun 2007 23:56
Wasn't sure about this Wetherspoons on first glance, but we needed lunch and didn't fancy any of the other pubs as we had a child with us.

We left with no complaints, the bitter was upto scratch, the food was fine and the whole bill came to less than 20 for 4.

The only negative would be the girl behind the bar who chatted away to her mate while a queue steadily built at the bar.
petergoesrock - 19 Apr 2007 12:14
ok i suppose, food passable, drink cheap which is always good but if they could have some sort of entertainment it would make the whole place better. for a weatherspoon though its actually one of the nicer ones ive come across.
anonymous - 30 Dec 2006 22:02
This pub is a good Wetherspoons. Last time I was there in April had a smashing breakfast and a really good pint of Pedigree. Set me up for the day. Attentive staff, good service, excellent prices. Nice one!
oilwelldriller - 5 May 2006 04:35
It's a shame these people who post negative comments don't open their eyes - the staff are always asking for ID and the pub has more charachter than the sad offerings surrounding it - open your eyes and get rid of your perception of Wetherspoon pubs in some areas - this one is a local - a pub where the staff and managers talk to us it's also a pub in the town you can enter as you can see into it unlike the notably 'empty' nearby offerings - great choice of beers (proper beer!) a decent curry and steak - If I think somewhere is rubbish i say so BUT NOT THIS JDW PUB -
drinkfm - 19 Nov 2005 23:03
Usual characterless Wetherspoons beer barn. The cheap beers and passable food don't make up for a dull, dull experience.
anonymous - 6 Oct 2005 21:40
cheap pub. Full of old men dribbling beer down their stained grey shirts, under-age girls, and now they allow children during the day, its full of 'saturday dads' trying to keep their brats quiet whilst also trying to get pissed. soul destroying really.
hannbar - 18 Sep 2005 21:00
Average by Wetherspoons' standards, which means cr*p by everyone else's. Full of fat girls and blokes in 3/4 length trousers and vests. Change from 4 quid for 2 pints is always nice though!
burnsy - 30 Aug 2005 15:30
Fantastic pub - great service and staff and management get involved with customers - nice mornings and evenings spent at this Wetherspoon pub - keep it up
drinkfm - 3 Aug 2005 19:11
Standard Wetherspoons fare. WSIWYG. Can get packed Fri - Sat evenings before they all decant to the Tower or House of Soul.
Jonnerz - 22 Jul 2005 22:08

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