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Now one of the best pubs in Croydon, The Spread Eagle was originally built as a bank. Not much has changed though - you're still welcome to deposit your money here - and truth be told the returns are better! Invest a little of your time with us and...more
All reviews pies theatre upstairs mash steak and ale pie selection of beers fish and chips nice environment sunday roast lovely staff pastry wedding reception real ale small group friendly service the kitchen food and drinks fullers
Booked to eat with a 20% off offer, did request not to be near Football on Tv but that wasn't forthcoming. there was no one in the area watching so I REALLY do not see why the TV was even on? Anyway, the food was...More
Good pies! Eaten several here over the years and they are always stuffed full of good quality ingredients - never ended up with a mouthful of fat or gristle and always very tasty. A Fullers pub where the ale is well kept, but if you...More
Went here for my work Christmas meal, nice venue, however we were a reasonably small group, our meals were staggered in coming out so we didn’t eat all together. One persons meal had the vegetables missing so had to wait even longer for this while...More
Came here with a girlfriend on a rainy night and we really liked the old pub feel. Slightly sticky tables and musky smell but it was the perfect escape from the rain.
We both had a pie and mash which was really good.
a 10% offer via my bank encouraged me to go for this. I chose the star fish pie, which looked interesting. Not really enough white sauce inside and the offer of beef style gravy was not really suitable. The veg was too under-cooked but the...More
A small group of us went to the Spread Eagle for lunch and the food was excellent, particularly the various pies we ordered and the staff were very pleasant. One downside though was that the prices were a bit over the top for Croydon ,...More
Rude unresposive to critisism but did respond to our complaints by gossiping about our party at the end of the bar between themselves and slaming drinks unceremoniously on the bar when serving. Most unwelcoming and unprofessional service.
We booked a table for 7pm. The place was partly busy. Fortunately they have an area where there is no tv. We were surprised by a complimentary bottle of Prosecco from the manager. The food was, as always, very nice and the service was good....More