A busy enough Wetherspoon a few doors along from Stepney underground station with an attractive courtyard that removes you from the urban hustle and bustle of Mile End Road. Thereís two rooms with two very different styles to them in this pub, and a bar in both. Both on the ground floor the first room closest to the road is the chapel area, a very square room with little light but a warming carpet and comfortable setting. Behind this a small corridor leads to the theatre room which is noticeable only by its wood panel design above ground level on three sides (the fourth side being a huge glass window leading out into the courtyard). Itís not the most beautiful of Wetherspoon architectural ideas as the panels look akin to something on a childrenís playground but the idea is at least nice. Itís a very urban pub in the chain and thereís plenty of locals in here although thereís a mix of age groups. The bar stacks a couple of rows of real ales but the service was very slow when I was first here despite it not being a very busy Friday afternoon for them.