The Worlds End, Camden - pub details
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|Was in here over the weekend, good beer, very busy but got served very quickly, staff very polite |
blackdragon66 - 3 Apr 2013 12:36
|Interesting cavernous pub, with deep bass rumbling from the adjacent live venue. Lowenbrau on draught, which i havent seen since the coach and horses in soho got rid of it. But my god, the toilets. I felt sorry for th cleaners. One of the traps was overflowing and it looked like someone had exploded, leaving nothing but a huge pile of shit. I could have taken a photo and sold it to the tate modern.|
Mappiman - 17 Feb 2013 17:08
|The size of this place runs in its favour- particularly if there is a big group of you, there is usually somewhere to sit or at least stand and drunkenly swing your arms around or whatever. |
It's probably not going to change your life, the selection of beer is average, but fun times can be had here.
dead_celeb - 10 Jul 2012 12:12
|Good pub and very long through to a second bar at the rear which is much better than the one at the front end as you enter the place. No real beer though I dont count Speckeled Hen or GK IPA as they are usually nasty in London, just Caffreys, Carling and other dross. Newcastle Brown was available as was Leffe. Toilets were a bit crap, so as a result of that and no ale to speak of the score isn't going to be great. 5/10|
Bernie5 - 13 Jun 2012 10:19
|Ok so I'm a Northern Lad, and am preprogrammed to have a dislike for anything Southern, so me voting this pub a 9/10 is ridiculous but it really is that good.|
It of course depends when you go in because the last few times I've been the staff where a little arsey; but on the first visit they were really friendly and fun. Had a top bit of banter once actually.
We first walked in on the corner, so thought ... wow what's all the hype about. My friend went to the toilet and returned saying "oh my god" ... I returned ... "what?" ... turns out, what we thought was a quaint little boozer is actually a colossal behemoth of a pub.
We walked through and went and sat in a raised up seating area above the bar; which if you ask me, is trusting folk a little.
Loads of crappy old furniture, fake shop fronts, beers galore, and shed loads of character - my kinda place. Not enough seating though, and the staff can be a little funny, but this place - building alone - gets a 9/10.
deej89 - 8 May 2012 16:02
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