The Palladium, Llandudno - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 9887)
- Sky TV
- Food served, Sunday roast, Real ale
- Smoking area, Wireless internet access (provided by The Cloud)
Suggested by mark on 4 Nov 2004.
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|Spectacular interior, but the service was very slow and haphazard, and the beer (JDW's standard beer festival offerings) rather disappointing, if cheap. Would recommend the Cottage Loaf next door, unless you're really keen on saving money.|
paul154 - 9 Apr 2013 13:38
|I was taken by this place from the outside and even more so on the inside, one of the nicest buildings I've had the pleasure of visiting. I loved the fact that a lot of the seating had been kept facing where the stage once was. The toilets are above the stage area with the spotlights on them, upon leaving the toilet you get a feeling of what it must have been like up on the stage. The 'royal' boxes have cardboard cut outs of gentry in them, its well worth a visit.|
Only downside was quite an important one! I tried 2 real ales which werent much to write home about at all.
maccaderby - 28 Oct 2011 18:07
|On first glance at the outside you might not believe this was a JDW pub as the Wetherspoons name is right at the very top of quite a high building.|
This pub has recently been refurbished and is quite impressive although the high padding to the back of the seats on the right is somewhat off-putting.
It was very busy on my visit, with 6 guest ales on and the service was not that good.
Toilets, as usual, are up stairs.
Would only visit again if in the area.
wyndham - 11 Sep 2011 19:50
|Have called in here quite a few times during the past few years, very hit and miss re real ale selection. Plenty of "Coming Soon" labels on the beer pumps and at times have ordered a supposedly available pint to be told "Sorry, it's run out"...is this Tim's idea of how he wants his pubs to be run?|
The Palladium is now looking tired and knackered, the carpets are dropping to bits and generally the place is need of a refurb, behind the bar in particular looks grubby.
Come on Wetherspoons you've a great building here that needs some loving care and attention and managers that should do better.
hail_the_ale - 12 Sep 2010 21:33
|Once a theatre as the name suggests the building has been tastefully converted & has kept some of the original features including some of the seats in the upper circle. This gives quite a strange feeling as you come downstairs from the toilets at the back because you feel you are entering a stage. The downstairs has the feeling of a theatre foyer. The conversion is very similar to another Wetherspoon's pub The Winter Gardens in Harrogate. Very busy on my 3 visits especially on the food side, however service wasn't too bad. Beer wise there were at least 3 Welsh brews including Brains SA & Conway Brewery Gold n' Delicious.|
happytyskie - 20 Aug 2010 09:52
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