The Euston Flyer, Euston - pub details
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- Sky TV, Big screen
- Fruit machines
- Food served, Real ale
- Disabled access
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|Had a couple of hours here on Saturday evening. It's a good place to visit to watch football and meet up with supporters from other teams. I've never encountered had any serious bother!|
Beers were ok but on the expensive side even for London. The Gem was fine.
Barstaff were friendly though English isn't always their first language!
outtamehead - 8 May 2013 11:09
|Teh Euston Flyer is a great place to have a pint while watching footie or waiting for a train. They have the usual Fuller's selection but need to update. Had a pint of Fuller's Black Cab at another pub. Nice stout ale. Could not believe that the Flyer did not have on tap. Time to step it up and change up the taps.|
CanRN - 6 Jan 2013 18:51
|16th October 2012 around 2pm.|
Fullers really need to get a grip of this place if they are to keep their excellent reputation for boozers. It was dark, dingy and stuffy with sticky floor and threadbare carpets; indifferent staff and no greeting despite the fact there were three staff behind the bar and just me in front of it. "Yes" was the only word I got out of the tall male who served me.
There were about 12 or so other customers in the bar as I sat at a table on the centre level. Tables around me had dirty glasses and plates on them and the only clear one I found had bits of lettuce stuck to it. Nobody attended to them whilst I was there.
My pint of ESB at £3.95 was overpriced for such tacky surroundings; it was an acceptable pint but far from the best ESB I've sampled- and I've sampled a lot!
The dreaded piped-muzak that has invaded so many pubs, combined with a persistent smell of something between roast beef and excrement emanating from the doors behind me ensured that I drunk up in 15 minutes never to return ever again.
pedantnic - 9 Nov 2012 18:36
|Superb boozer good for commuters. Cornelius is a must as his contemporary Clive who has a worrying habit of going up East with Dubs & Daaaavid.|
Good bar staff too!!
Mary from Marylebone.
Lindacfs44 - 10 Oct 2012 15:28
|I've visited about 6 times in the last year and sampled a good range of their beer and some of the smaller meals on offer. In fact it's a place we regularly head for to see my friend off at Kings X. We like it and regularly spend up to 2 hours in here. Friday nights are heaving with commuters but I've always liked the friendly atmosphere. The food prices are, in some cases, cheaper than other Fullers pubs in the area. This is quite surprising. Also they do a good range of ales including Bengal Lancer which is not always available on draft. Also handy for the 214 bus back to L'pool St after a good night out. |
ButchEgg - 7 Jul 2012 13:50
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