This Spoons is one we visited briefly many lord moons ago. Absolutely rammed, we vowed to visit again on a day and at a time we were confident the spoons would be less congested. Nearby the majestic lions of Trafalgar Square, the most notable aspect to this Spoons is its prime location.
We happenstanced upon this gorgeous little Spoons by accident one day in a rush, so it was lovely to be able to come here and enjoy a refreshing pintie. It is moments from Stepney Green station in Mile End and is one of a bounty of Spoons to borrow it’s name from George Orwell.
We were very excited about our first trip to a Spoons hotel, and this being the first Spoons hotel in London, we felt it absolutely necessary and fitting to visit here as soon as possible. This is a grade listed building that previously housed a pub of the same name.
This Spoons is situated at Metro Central Heights, formally Alexander Fleming House. It is a complex designed by Erno Goldfinger whose modernist architecture can be spotted all over London. This particular installation is grade listed. Right across from Elephant and Castle station, we visited on a day of biblical rain.
The Richmal Crompton is named for the author of Just William, the wonderful book series detailing the exploits of William Brown and the Outlaws. Compton taught at Bromley High School for Girls and lived in the area for 26 years. We came out of South Bromley Station, and voila, there it was, in all its… Read More Spoons Tours – the Richmal Compton, South Bromley
The Falcon retains the name of the inn recorded on this site since the 17th century. A pretty little falcon adorns the sign. This Spoons sold the cheapest Kronie we’ve ever had at a mere £3.05. The price has never been so right.
We visited this Spoons as we had taken a day trip to High Wycombe to visit Disraeli’s house, Hughenden Manor. Named for the carpenter and builder who owned a shop on this site, this Spoons was decorated splendidly.