Right by Barking station, a pint in this Spoons cost a mere £3.29. It’s name references Barking’s fishing history, much of which was conducted off the coast of “doggerbank”.
We wanted to do something special for valentines, as each other’s true love and one and only. We passed this building on one travels in London one fateful day, which looked like a grand little mosque and discovered its actually an events venue.
This was the first Spoons we’ve ever been in and genuinely feared for our lives. We visited after a trip to the beautiful nearby Eltham Palace.
Our spoons travels have taken us far and wide, and we are often asked our favourite Spoons.
This Spoons was a 10 minute walk from Hertford North station. Upon coming out, unable to use our Oysters, we also noticed a strange looking bus and realised we were truly not in London anymore.
This magnificent Spoons came into our eyeline the moment we turned the corner from Forest Hill station.
As life long Londoners and sky scraper affectionados we enjoy the skyline and have been wanting to visit the top of the shard for a while, and one crisp winter afternoon our dream was realised.