Ever wondered how your local Spoons has done for itself in terms of customer reviews?

Here's a breakdown of the best to worst-rated Wetherspoons in Berkshire. Enjoy!


The Hatchet Inn

With over 400 reviews on TripAdvisor and coming in at four stars out of five, The Hatchet Inn in Newbury takes top place in our Wetherspoons ratings.

One person wrote “I don't know why Wetherspoons gets bad press. Food was top class. Served quickly and polite staff.

“Everything in the all-day brunch was cooked to perfection and so was the jacket potato. Excellent value too.”


The King and Castle

According to Yell, The King and Castle in Windsor has also been rated four stars by customers.

The pub has been praised for its “amazingly good value” and friendly staff.


The Old Manor

Rated three and a half stars, The Old Manor has been celebrated for its friendly staff and cleanliness.

However, a number of reviewers took time to warn the public about the pub’s car park.

One wrote “We put in an hours car park and received the car park refund after ordering food.
But unfortunately received a £75 car park fine as outstayed by 15 mins.

“So please read the car park notice very clearly. As your cheap Wetherspoons meal will not be cheap.”


The Moon and Spoon

Rated three and a half stars on TripAdvisor, The Moon and Spoon “did not disappoint.”

One person said “I have visited this pub recently to check out the guest ales & the food menu. I was impressed by both.

“There is a wide drinks selection, real ales, lagers from around the world. The food menu is extensive, and you can download the app so you can have a friendly member of the staff bring your order to your table.”


Rated three and a half stars out of five, The Bear in Maidenhead has received mixed reviews.

One customer wrote “Food arrived very promptly and was hot, but chip portion size very small! Toilets were not the cleanest either but was a busy sunny bank holiday and staff friendly.”


The Back of Beyond

Known as the “classier” spoons in Reading, The Back of Beyond boasts a half-star more than its sister pub.

One person wrote “Pub was nice and bright and clean. Situated beside the canal, it has an outside seating area which looked pleasant.”

The Hope Tap

Despite being rated only three stars on TripAdvisor, The Hope Tap hasn’t done too badly for itself in terms of customer reviews.

Highlights included the food being described as distinctively average with one person stating “Like all Wetherspoons you get what you paid for.”

A number of the toilets were however described as having broken locks.