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Requested be closed with reason - Other: notice outside stating pub closed " December 2011. interior being stripped. Doesn't look promising re any future as a pub.

The Westminster, Westminster, SW1

75 Page Street
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Westminster

Laid out like a gastro-pub, but one where the money tap was turned off before the decor was completed (or even started, perhaps). This has left most of the pub furnished with plain wooden tables, supplemented by a couple of open booths, a few low seats around a coffee table and the obligatory (and annoying) high tables near the bar. Two Shepherd Neame ales on handpump - Spitfire and Early Bird (£3.40). It is all a bit spartan and somewhat soulless, but at least plenty of staff meant zero waiting time to get served.

On 9th April 2011 - rating: 6
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Roger Button left this review about The Westminster

Take care not to confuse this place with the far superior Westminster Arms. This Westminster is a hollow and soulless place with very little worth making the journey for. Just the 1 ale pump and they took so long to change it on my visit that I opted fro a lager. The plain off white walls and ceiling are interrupted only by a barrage of plain red wall behind the bar, the well trodden dark wooden floorboards and the grey pillars and doors. The windows are crying out for some curtains and the décor consists of a few dated lampshades, a large plain mirror and the occasional potted plant. The tables must have come from a second hand dining table sale and the whole pub is visually vacant with no real feature to attract the eye. Meals are pricey (£5-6 for starters, sandwiches £6, main meals £7-8) and the menu is hardly extensive. People may laugh at the prior existence as a “Trekkie” pub but I imagine it would have had a bit more spirit and soul then than it does now. Beam me up!

On 2nd August 2006 - rating: 3
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28th Sep 2017, 14:07
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  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 09 May 2014 by Dave McNally
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