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Latest reviews from High Wycombe

66 /100 3 AMERSHAM HILL
“The former 'Bootlegger' reopened 'fully' in April '21 after a false start with lockdown 2 having put an end after perhaps 10 days of trading in Dec '20. Opposite High Wycombe railway station, for those that don't recall the Bootlegger, it forms a handy pit stop for a change of trains or on the way in or out of town to the station. No longer packed with up to a dozen guest beers (and many more bottles at one point in time) The Flint Cottage is now simply a functional wells pub with some keg taps from their Brewpoint 'craft' range. On my (just after opening visit on a Tuesday) I was the only punter in my half hour stay. Service was 'new age' ... all through the app you scan on the table but the bar manager was a friendly enough guy. 2 Wells cask offerings and 4 keg from the Brewpoint range ... a new brewery for me and the ISA and stout were just fine at 3.3 and 3.4 rating scores. The decor and layout was similar to the Bootlegger with a bit of a tidy and clean up and it still boasts an attractive garden. Unlike the Bootlegger days they sport a full food menu so I presume you are no longer allowed to order in or bring in your own foodstuffs. Overall an OK place that I will pop into once in a while for a seasonal Wells or Brewpoint tick but way off the place this used to be and if you only have time for one or two venues in HWY it's definitely Mad Squirrel and or Heidrun!“
Theydon_Bois 115 days ago
80 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“Note: pre lockdown visit. Astonished to discover that I'd not rated this before, despite it being probably the pub I go to most in Wycombe. In case you hadn't guessed, it's one of the Mad Squirrel brewery's pubs, and in fact currently the biggest one in their small chain. Upstairs there's plenty of seating (feels more designed for dining - haven't tried their pizzas yet but I've heard they're delicious). Downstairs the furniture is rather more sparse, and the main features are the bar on one side and the large walk in chilled bottle & can room on the other side. The bar features up to 20 brews (although usually a few less) - usually a couple of ciders, 4 casks and the rest keg. It's obviously dominated by Mad Squirrel brews, but there's usually about 5 or 6 guest beers, and they're generally decent and interesting. The quality is always top notch, and the prices are reasonable for the area. They do beer flights (three thirds of a pint). The staff are laid back, really friendly and know their beers inside out. My only criticism of the place would be that the limited seating and long thin layout of downstairs can detract from the atmos a little, despite the bonhomie of the staff. Nevertheless, it's probably my favourite bar in Wycombe these days.“
wheresthepath 329 days ago
84 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“Visited 7/1/2019. First of all, we had some cracking beers here, on tap, but also from the walk in cooler with a very good selection,not only from Mad Squirrel, but also UK brewers. Lovely place with good service and beer selection.“
gunnar 976 days ago
78 /100
Heidrun (Bar)
14 PAUL’S ROW
“Visited 7/1/2019. Located in a small brick building, nice with a Norse mythology name on a pub. Big central located bar, tiled walls, modern craft bar interior,, high stools and tables,good selection on tap. The food looked tasty, but we focused on enjoying beers.“
gunnar 976 days ago
80 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“Visited with Colin, OGJ and EE on trip to 22 southern counties. A nice hiptser bar with 14 kegs and 5 casks. They also have a chilled part of the bar with canned and bottled beers.“
Holmen2 991 days ago
62 /100 9 CORNMARKET
“Easter Monday, 2nd April 2018. Full English with a pint. Tired looking Wetherspoon's with plenty of staff, yes, plenty of staff! Worst Wetherspoon's toilets I've seen, otherwise a typical older style place, with fading everything. Breakfast and pint were both fine. Decent selection of local cask ales and all the usual keg lines and cans/bottles you'd expect in a Spoon's.“
BlackHaddock 1270 days ago
76 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“Visited pre-match on Easter Monday, 2nd April 2018. Liked it. Open plan with a Pizza oven upstairs. Four cask and ten plus keg lines, all theirs bar one. Friendly chap behind the bar, good company of other Grimsby Town fans and Colin (Theydon-Bois). Fresh and interesting beers.“
BlackHaddock 1270 days ago
50 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“Extremely disappointed. I visited High Wycombe specifically to visit this highly rated place, only to find it was closed for a private event. I arrived just past 5pm on Sunday. People were inside and door was locked. A chap came to the door and said sorry closed but even though I said I'd come all the way from Ipswich to visit I wasn't even able to buy some take outs or offered any consolation such as call us next week and we will sort you out a delivery. I've subsequently seen on Facebook messages were posted just before lunchtime on Sunday saying it would be closed from 5pm that day but that's not enough notice for anyone planning to visit from afar. I don't know how often they do this, but anyone thinking of visiting specifically to go here and in particular if traveling from distance I strongly suggest contacting them ahead of time to check they will be open. (Rating based on impressions looking in from outside and this overall experience - if ever returning I will re-rate accordingly).“
Grumbo 1291 days ago
84 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“Excellent bar featuring mostly Mad Squirrel beers and cider on keg and cask. They did have three guest kegs as well. The have a great bottle and can selection in a cooled room as well. We spent a few hours here, and it was easily the best of the five places we visited in High Wycombe.“
Rasmus40 1315 days ago
64 /100 120-123 OXFORD ROAD
“Three new, local cask ales for me at this fairly new looking bar including Fishers and Rebellion. The keg line was uninteresting. We asked for halves, but the barmaid forgot and poured pints, so points off for that.“
Rasmus40 1315 days ago
56 /100 9 CORNMARKET
“Standard JDW. The service was unusually slow in bringing our breakfast, but otherwise fine. Two new local cask ales for me.“
Rasmus40 1315 days ago
88 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“Excellent brewshop with chilled beers to drink in or drink out. Good range of Mad Squirrel beers on cask or keg. Didnt try their pizzas, but they smelled delicious. Hated their music though, since I am not a fan of Green Day and the like.“
saxo 1315 days ago
60 /100 9 CORNMARKET
“Regular JDW. Had two new beers, so I was happy. Always good value for money here.“
saxo 1315 days ago
64 /100 120-123 OXFORD ROAD
“After a poor start, this former 'Spoons has upped its game considerably following a refurb. Four casks (including local brewery Fishers), 8 generally standard kegs such as Punk and Camden (although another Fishers one here too), plus some macro fonts. Better than average can selection including Wild Beer and Belching Beaver. Service was reasonable. I was there with my wife and young daughter, who arrived some time before me and both said they felt welcome there. We had Christmas dinner and Christmas dinner, and all agreed it was a little better than 'Spoons food, albeit in return for slightly higher prices. The only downsides were the TVs permanently showing sport (fortunately muted on our visit), and the fact it was freakishly cold (hopefully a temporary aberration). Overall it seemed a decent enough place. As it's that rarest of things, a family-friendly place that my wife approves of that has a decent beer choice, I'm sure I'll be back. “
wheresthepath 1375 days ago
64 /100 120-123 OXFORD ROAD
“Visited over lunch on Sunday 29/10/17, Located in the same venue that formerly housed the William Robert Looseley (JDW) just outside of the town centre, Chiltern Taps is a new venue buying into the 'Craft' market. Decor hasn't changed too much from the Spoons days, two raised areas away from the bar and upstairs room (which mentioned 'dance floor' oh dear!). Lot's of big screens showing the Blues vs Villa match on my visit and around a dozen or more other punters so pretty quiet. Beer wise 4 cask lines with rather conservative offerings from the likes of Wadworth, Titanic and Rebellion ... including their most recent seasonal. Keg wise little of interest but the Punk IPA was fresh enough at £4.50 a pint. Bottle/Cans in the fridge included more Brew Dog, Wild Beer Co, Yeastie Boys, Tiny Rebel and a few others. No new ticks for me (other than a Wadworth beer on cask) but decent enough beers none the less. The food was pretty good ... 5 tapas plates (hot and cold for £14) which is what we had plus a decent enough looking burger menu and standard pub fayre including Sunday roasts. Overall not a go to venue but definately a good place to head in Wycombe for decent enough beer if you want to watch live sports (Bootlegger do also but can be a bit cramped). And if you're up for a full on Wycombe crawl ... who knows you may pick up a tick on cask.“
Theydon_Bois 1426 days ago
84 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“This is High Wycombes top beer venue. Visited in November 2016 prior to T Bois tasting. Has a very modern restaurant/bar feel to it. They have 20 draught beers on offer which include a good portion of Red/Mad Squirrel beers (including small batch stuff) and top quality UK craft brewers. Has a sort of chilled bottle shop/room right in the middle with a very interesting mix of beer for drink in or takeaway. Pizza is worth going for alone. Good service and bonus chance of ratebeer celebrity spying as TheydonBois lives in the basement (might be a rumour).“
Scopey 1556 days ago
72 /100
Heidrun (Bar)
14 PAUL’S ROW
“Visited in November 2016 prior to beer fest at T Bois. I found this place a bit odd really as it very much felt like a restaurant more than a bar. Modern sort of style with too much white/pastel shades and too much furniture for the space. What it does have is a rather impressive tap list. Plenty of good uk stuff like Kernel and Siren. They also have selection of US bottles which are quite pricey. Service seemed decent. I would return for the beers, but the ambiance and decor don’t do much for me. High Wycombe’s number 3 imo.“
Scopey 1556 days ago
80 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“A modern spacious town centre bar with lots of metal and tiles. They have 20 taps of mainly Mad Squirrel beers and a few guests. Plenty of room for larger groups. Plenty of ticks here and centrally located.“
jmgreenuk 1590 days ago
66 /100 9 CORNMARKET
“Mid sized Spoons in the town centre. Wooden panelled walls and tiled floors. Decent well kept cask selection. Standard Spoons food. Good service but sadly sadly no working wifi when I visited. Fairly standard Spoons. Worth a visit. Can’t complain about the ale prices and there is a good choice of local beers.“
jmgreenuk 1590 days ago
66 /100 9 CORNMARKET
“A popular, although ordinary, Wetherspoons.“
fraggas 1622 days ago
90 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“Great beer selection, good service and a small bottle shop inside. with some extraordinary beers.I will be back for some more pints and a pizza.“
fraggas 1622 days ago
84 /100
Heidrun (Bar)
14 PAUL’S ROW
“Great collection of beers mostly kegs, a few casks and bottles. I have not had a dinner there.“
fraggas 1622 days ago
74 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“Visited in March 2017. Large bar just off the High Street in High Wycombe. Interior is minimalist but modern. To the right of the bar is a refrigerated bottle room, where the beers are neatly sorted by colour (a nice idea), with imports on the right-hand side. Most beers are from the UK - I picked up a couple of very nice bottles from Brew by Numbers. Staff are helpful and friendly. Can’t really comment on the prices because I’ve never spent more than two weeks in the UK since leaving almost nine years ago. Overall an excellent beer place.“
YantarCoast 1648 days ago
72 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“Ascetyczny, modernistyczny wystrój. Piwa lane głównie z browaru Red Squirrel. Znakomity wybór piw butelkowanych (rodzaj sklepu - na wynos), bez wątpienia najlepszy w okolicy. Ceny umiarkowane. Lokal serwuje również pizzę. Polecam.“
maszkaron79 1692 days ago
74 /100
Heidrun (Bar)
14 PAUL’S ROW
“Przyjemny lokal w centrum High Wycombe. Nowoczesny, minimalistyczny wystrój. Kilkanaście kranów w piwami głównie z browaru Marlow oraz z innych angielskich browarów. Możliwość kupna piw butelkowanych. Piwa z Europy oraz USA. Restauracja serwuje również przekąski oraz kawę.“
maszkaron79 1692 days ago
78 /100
Heidrun (Bar)
14 PAUL’S ROW
“Visited as the last stop before being whisked away to Bois Manor for a tasting on 5th November 2016. A modern beer bar and restaurant, bar is central with seating around the edges, it’s not really set up for a large group but we coped. A good range of keg beers, picked up a few new rates, quality was good, prices decent. Also have a good bottle list but the USA beer are highly priced, not sure how the turnover goes. Staff were friendly, nice place to stop for a beer and the third decent place worth a stop in town.“
WingmanWillis 1767 days ago
60 /100 9 CORNMARKET
“Visited for a cheeky cheap scoop during the Theydon Bois Wycombe tasting extravaganza. Large Spoons in the town centre, it’s a little down at heel, but was a typical Spoons, lots of room, decor a little tired, low ceilings and cheap prices. Beer range was decent enough on cask with a few new ticks picked up. It’s OK but much better places in town.“
WingmanWillis 1767 days ago
84 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“Visited on 5th November 2016 as part of a tour of High Wycombe with Sherpa Bois leading the team. Nice modern looking town centre bar, decor is basic but suits the place, a cool room opposite the bar has a decent bottle selection, the wall of taps has a good mix of Red Squirrel beers plus a good mix of guests from good UK craft brewers, quality of beer was spot on. This was deemed a lunch stop and the pizza I shared with the Winglady was good. Prices are good, staff friendly. A great addition to the beer scene.“
WingmanWillis 1767 days ago
58 /100 9 CORNMARKET
“A low-ceilinged, carpeted affair. Decent service, cheap prices. So so selection; I managed to find a couple scoops - basic goldes and bitters on offer. Probably not the most pleasant place to spend your time. If not for the inexpensive scooping I probably wouldn’t revisit this Spoons.“
Leighton 1774 days ago
88 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“Excellent spot. Good selection on keg. Huge selection in bottles. Good prices all around. Friendly and capable staff. Clean and orderly, with a somewhat modern aesthetic. Outstanding pizzas on offer. This is a fantastic place overall. Great for drinking in and eating, or for buying bottles to go.“
Leighton 1774 days ago
84 /100
Heidrun (Bar)
14 PAUL’S ROW
“A solid modern craft beer bar. Attractive interior. Great selection, with stuff from the region, continental Europe, the US. OK value for the British stuff, but some of the imports are rather dear. Friendly service. Very good drinking establishment.“
Leighton 1774 days ago
84 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“Visited a couple of times so far during September/October 2016 since it’s (late August?) opening. My visits have been on a Thursday evening around 6.30pm and on Saturday lunch/afternoons and the place hasn’t been packed but turning over a tidy trade on all occasions. Located bang in the centre of town the RS Emporium is handily situated and equi-distant approx 7/8 minutes walk from both the rail (Bootlegger) and bus stations. The Falcon (JDW) and Heidrun (20 taps) are both a couple of minutes away. The venue itself is split over two levels, I’ve not ventured upstairs yet but am guessing this is more set up for eating from the home made wood fired pizzas they serve here (which were excellent - nice and dry and no slop!). Downstairs is wooden floor and bench seating with a couple of lower level tables by the windows. The bar is located on the left as you enter comprising 20 taps, 6 cask and 14 keg IIRC. The mix was about 8 or so Red Squirrel, including stuff from their smaller batch range, and a dozen guests which always seems to include 2 ciders. Guest brewers on my visits have included Mad Hatter, Arbor, Summer Wine, Anarchy, Blue Monkey to name but a few. Service is prompt and friendly - the staff all seem to be clued up (and chatting to them are all on UnTapd!). On the right as you enter is the bottle store. This is a self contained room accessed by a central door and is fully chilled. A good 200 or so bottles on offer from various countries including various styles. Not going to attempt to list too many but the likes of Kernel, Arbor, Magic Rock, Cloudwater and Moor are well represented. The bottle store isn’t the cheapest mind. Expect to pay 15/20% more than most places. They charge the same to drink in as they do to take away ... chatting to one of the managers they met in the middle in this respect so pretty decent and cheap drink in prices compared to most places. For £50 you can sign up for an annual membership gaining 10% off everything (including the pizza) plus a free growler and fill and other loyalty scheme items. This can be used across all branches of RS bars. I’ve saved about £10 in less than 3 weeks so well worth the investment if you’re going to be a regular! Overall a well appointed bar with knowledgeable staff, a good selection to drink in and take out, a must stop on a Wycombe crawl (Yes - there is such a thing now !!!).“
Theydon_Bois 1808 days ago
40 /100
Belle Vue (Bar)
45 GORDON ROAD,
“A 10 minute walk from the Railway Station, this is a locals boozer, more a pub for the evenings I would imagine. Comfortably laid out but nothing really of interest on the beer front, though kept better than some. I probably wouldn’t make the effort to come this way in future.“
imdownthepub 1814 days ago
80 /100 4-5 CHURCH STREET
“This is a new venture in the Red Squirrel expanding empire, it’s right in the centre of town, by the church, modern in style and easy to spot in the small square. The Red Squirrel livery stands out at the front, inside has been opened up with the bar to the left on entering and a chilled room for bottles to the right. There are bare floorboards, stripped clean, the furniture is quite basic, almost like school benches although much taller. The bar is neat with 4 cask ales and I reckon about 8 keg lines all behind the bar, the choices are well advertised, mostly from the Red Squirrel range but also guests from the likes of Magic Rock, Mad Hatter and Summer Wine, so plenty to go at. It would certainly be a regular visit if I lived in HW and is a must do to visitors.“
imdownthepub 1814 days ago
50 /100 9 CORNMARKET
“Large, double fronted Wetherspoons in the centre of town, handily placed to escape the shopping. Big and barn like inside in the Wetherspoons mould, it seemed pretty clean and tidy on my visit. Busy with OAP’s having lunch, so the general aroma of boiled vegetables around, there was also a few hardened drinkers gathered together partaking in the daily warm up. The beer range was disappointingly sparse but I did manage a couple of local beers, although the quality was poor on the day. Not a bad venue as the chain goes.“
imdownthepub 1814 days ago
82 /100
Heidrun (Bar)
14 PAUL’S ROW
“Newly opened in 2016, this is a modern, single roomed bistro type establishment just off the main shopping area in High Wycombe. The simple but clean fronted exterior is easy to spot in this part of town that seems to have had a general tidy up, it’s quite close to the large theatre complex so handy for pre and post performance drinks. Inside it has a silver / grey theme going on, all very smart. The tables appear to be permanently laid up for diners (didn’t really look at the menu) but around the bar are stools for the flies. There are up to date lists of the beers that are handed out, the list is quite extensive so takes some time to order, but the bar-staff are patient, charming and helpful, so it doesn’t seem a problem. Prices are not bad really for the type of beers on sale. All in all a really decent modern bar.“
imdownthepub 1814 days ago
82 /100
Heidrun (Bar)
14 PAUL’S ROW
“Visited on a Thursday afternoon in September ’16. The place was probably a little bit busier than would be the norm due to students graduating. Medium sized single room bar, well appointed with clean white walls and the bar centrally located. Nice toilets noted - think they were crappers! There is also a small patio area at the rear that is dog friendly. Heidrun (Norsk god of beer I think the manager mentioned) is a great addition to the Wycombe beer scene. 6 cask lines and 14 keg taps pumping out a range of UK and international brewers encompassing a number of styles. Brewers on draft included, Siren, Mikkeller, To Oi, Alpahbeta, BBno, Saltaire, Marlow amongst others. There is also a high end bottle list amounting to 20 or more including stuff you won’t find easily in the UK ... Alesmith Decadence 2014; Bruery Terreux; Pipeworks Budapest Gambit; Jester King Simple Means and others. Bottle prices were high, around the £30 mark on some, Keg prices were very reasonable ... £2.50 a half for Siren IPA’s etc. Food looked good but I didn’t partake, kind of high end pub food, gourmet burger type of things. Service was fine, tasters offered although I don’t think some of the relatively young staff knew too much about the beers. Overall a great bar, matches the keg range of many bars in London but 20/30 % cheaper.“
Theydon_Bois 1820 days ago
84 /100
Heidrun (Bar)
14 PAUL’S ROW
“Small bar that’s just opened on a small back street just off of the marketplace (not a place you’ll discover by chance!). Limited seating at high tables inside, plus more seats squeezed into the small patio area to the left. On a Thursday evening at 6.30pm we just about managed to get a seat, but at peak times I can imagine it may be difficult to get in the door! The reason for the limited seating area is that much of inside is taken up by a rectangular central bar - one does feel the space could have been utilized more efficiently! It’s obviously trying to compete against the long-established dominance of the Bootlegger as top craft destination in Wycombe, and it’s making a darn fine effort - whilst the tap selection is slightly smaller than the Bootlegger (there are half a dozen casks and about 14 kegs), it is (at present) a little more interesting - and also marginally cheaper. Service was fast, efficient & friendly, and they were very much making the effort to ensure customers were happy. Condition of the cask beer was good; They also have a small food menu which I didn’t try but smelled good. So, overall a very good first impression; I’ll definitely return, and I’ll be intrigued to see how this develops. What with this & the Red Squirrel place opening in Wycombe within a few weeks of each other, the Bootlegger must be getting very nervous indeed...“
wheresthepath 1851 days ago
54 /100 9 CORNMARKET
“A typical town centre ’spoons, with less handpumps than most. A reasonable representation of local beers, but nothing out of the ordinary. Not a destination , but worth popping in if you are in the area.“
berkshirejohn 1851 days ago
64 /100
Belle Vue (Bar)
45 GORDON ROAD,
“Visited on 20th June 2016. Very much a locals pub situated a couple of mins up the road from the station (London bound platform is closest!) It’s quite an odd layout and has 3 rooms and a bar, the front room had armchairs and a couple of tables but looked a little empty. 5 handpulls with beers from Greene King plus other larger regionals on tap. Beer quality and prices were decent enough, service decent too. Decent locals pub, I’d pop in if waiting for a train after visiting Bootleggers but wouldn’t rush here first. “
WingmanWillis 1922 days ago
68 /100
Belle Vue (Bar)
45 GORDON ROAD,
“Visited on Sunday afternoon, 29/05/16. Back street boozer, single room around an L-shaped bar with a walled beer terrace to the rear. Community pub ... local drinkers who, whilst doing their own thing in the beer garden ... reading papers etc but all seemed to know each other. Free books available in the front room, live music also offered on weekend nights. Service was prompt and very friendly. At the business end 5 cask beers ... regulars from Marlow and Adnams, guest beers from Dorset Brewing Co and Wadworths. Beer quality was good. In addition to then beers there were 5 ciders on keg from some of the smaller to medium producers. Prices a touch high I felt ... £4 a pint on the house beers, £4.40/50 on the guests despite being cask and just 4.5-5% ABV !!! Overall a solid back street boozer and a 3 minute stroll from the London bound entrance to the railway station ... you could well pick up a new tick here from the guests.“
Theydon_Bois 1943 days ago
56 /100 9 CORNMARKET
“Visited at lunchtime on Saturday 05/12/15. Town centre spoons, kind of old school type, clientele was a bit rough around the edges ... lots of people ordering food and a number of career drinkers on offer. That aside the service was decent enough for a Spoons. Just the six cask pumps but I had four winners in front of me ... The latest international collab plus local fayre from Binghams, Red Squirrel, White Park and Loddon. Condition of beer was fine. Add to the cask offerings the standard JDW craft range. Not a place I’d choose to linger but certainly worth popping in for a tick or two.“
Theydon_Bois 2120 days ago
54 /100 9 CORNMARKET
“The Falcon is on a corner by the Market Cross. On one side it looks like a typical, slightly downmarket, high street pub and on the other side it’s been ’spoonified with a new frontage and patio area. Inside it’s a standard Wetherspoon’s - quite spacious but divided up into several different areas. There was an interesting but fairly limited choice of cask beers - only six handpumps - and all the keg taps were given over to standard pale lagers, cider and wine. (Visited 17 April 2014).“
Boudicca 2714 days ago
58 /100 9 CORNMARKET
“Fairly average ’Spoons, looks a bit of a dive but friendly enough & the beer’s usually in reasonable nick. Of late it seems to have got rid of the undesirables that used to haunt it. Not sure it warrants a place on here now that Wycombe’s started to get some decent pubs (eg the Bootlegger & the Belle Vue). Very difficult to track down the loos.“
wheresthepath 3622 days ago
76 /100
Belle Vue (Bar)
45 GORDON ROAD,
“Great little back street boozer, a real friendly community pub with lots of events ranging from gigs and bar quizzes to, errm, "knitting socials". The landlord is a CAMRA member, so all the beers are in good condition and the bar staff are knowledgeable about what they’re serving. Aside from the usual mass market offerings there’s 6 real ales, a couple of real ciders and a perry, along with a dozen Scottish single malts. Prices are about average for Wycombe (£3.20 a pint). A gem in the relatively barren pub scene of Wycombe, and as friendly a pub as you’re likely to get anywhere.“
wheresthepath 3793 days ago
48 /100 9 CORNMARKET
“Town centre Wetherspoons with a decent, rotating selection of casks and a few bottles. Old boozers drink in the afternoon, annoying teenagers binge drink in the evening and the food is poor. Sadly this is the best pub by far in Wycombe town centre, it’s OK for a couple of scoops.“
Joeh 5803 days ago