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The Turls Green, Bradford - pub details

Turls Green

Address: Centenery Square, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 1HY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33484) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bradford Interchange (0.1 miles), Bradford Forster Square (0.3 miles), Frizinghall (2.3 miles)

Chain: Lloyds

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Visited again today and pretty much as my last review. I had a half of the Ikley Pale at £1.08 which was delicious and crisp and of course an absolute bargain.

The other guests were a Moorehouse's ale and something by Ossett.
RealAleRobUK - 19 Jul 2017 23:06
Visited last week on a weekday afternoon. 6 pumps, all of which were on, including some festival ales. Greene King IPA and Abbot Ale also available. Went for a pint of Plum Porter, which was very pleasant. Have had it before and it lived up to expectation.

I sat inside on this occasion but on glancing outside noticed that they appear to have given up with the segregated smoking and non smoking areas outside - most of the tables had ashtrays on.

Paid a vist to the gents (upstairs) and noticed the upstairs seating area seems much smarter than downstairs - will have to remember that for my next visit.
RealAleRobUK - 21 Mar 2016 20:12
Who'd have thought a Wetherspoons would be the best out of 4 pubs visited in Bradford. Initially, I thought it was going to end in disappointment as my first request (Doom Bar and a Steak) was met with the fact they were both off. Drinks wise, I was pointed to the specials and had a wonderful "Monty Python Holy Grail", which I have subsequently determined is a black sheep brew. It was wonderful. And I got a mixed grill. Only thing I couldnt understand was the sound of music. Have Wetherspoons had a change of heart? Oh, it a Lloyds.
Mappiman - 20 Mar 2015 19:10
Called here after discovering that the nearby Jacobs Beer House was not open. 6 hand pumps spread across two banks of three, offering three guests in addition to Wetherspoons regulars Abbot and Ruddles. One pump was off at the time of my visit.

Went for a pint of Nettle Thrasher (Elland Brewery) 4.4% costing £1.99 which is a bit of a bargain and cheaper than the pint I had at the nearby Sir Titus Salt. I can't work out if this is still a Lloyds Number 1 as the branding outside is now Wetherspoons. But the beer was nice and reasonably priced, so who cares?

At the time of my visit it was a bright sunny February afternoon (yes really!) so took advantage of the outdoor seating. Despite being slap bang in the city centre it still felt peaceful and relaxing. 6 of the tables outdoors have been roped off to provide a non smoking area, which is a nice gesture, but not sure how effective this "smoke free" area would be if someone lit up on the other side of the rope and the wind was blowing in your direction. The chairs in the non smoking area seemed less substantial than those on the other side, and tended to bend when you sat back, which wasn't very comfortable.

Still, decent pint, quick service, nice outdoor area. All good as far as I'm concerned.
RealAleRobUK - 19 Feb 2015 10:52
A Wetherspoon's pub in the newly upgraded centenary city park. The pub itself has just been upgraded too. It's not a bad place, always has a good standard of beer with two bars, the larger of which is downstairs. I do like the beer festivals that they run! Foods not bad, but not high quality pub grub.
BuddhaBelly - 18 Apr 2013 18:07

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