The Windmill Tavern, Waterloo

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FancyaPint?'s review...
FAP Rating 4 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
Great, unpretentious, proper pub. The Windmill is situated slap-bang in the middle of The Cut. It serves great Thai food with an excellent value lunch deal consisting of side dish, main dish & rice for only £7.50! The ales are well kept and there is a large selection of lagers available including Coors Light on draught which I don't see that often in London! Staff are friendly & welcoming & there is usually some kind of sport event on the tv which is always a good thing! It's a great pub, go there.
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07 Oct 2011
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Very nice pub, relaxed atmosphere and very very friendly staff. Had a great time in there the other night. Crackingly funny Irish lad behind the bar had us in stitches. Will definitely be back....soon!
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26 May 2010
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This would be a much nicer pub if the landlady wasn't so rude. Maybe it's time she retired if she can't treat customers with common courtesy. I've seen her be rude to numerous people, and am amazed no one ever complains. She is quite scary though.

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The Cut, Waterloo, London, SE1 8LW
020 7787 9487
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Slap bang in the middle of Waterloo and Southwark stations, the Windmill Tavern is also just yards from both the Young Vic and Old Vic, so attracts a lively theatre and after-work clientele as well as a sprinkling of famous faces.

With Sky Sports in both the front and back bars, all major football and rugby matches and other major sporting events are screened.

A bright and breezy décor, with portraits of famous thespians throughout, helps provide a relaxed atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of The Cut.