Ever been left at the table, while your friend is at the bar, awkwardly pretending to text? Order and pay at your table with the Wetherspoon app, and we’ll bring your food and/or drinks straight to you.
Why not place your order and pay with the newest team member: your phone?
• Order a meal, a round of drinks or both – we’ll bring them to you.
• Paying is simple: just scan your card or pay with Apple Pay or PayPal.
• Choose from among your favourite deals, including our club nights. Just tap ‘Apply any offers and go to checkout’, in the basket, to tot up your savings – and then we’ll take you to the payment screen.
• Buying rounds? Save time with our reorder function – and avoid forgetting someone’s drink…
• Book a hotel stay with us.
Bug fixes and stability improvement
Ratings and Reviews
Cuts out the waiting to be served
Easy , Fast and convienient . set up table number , order what you want , pay via apple pay which is so so easy . Food is then delivered to the table . The biggest advantage is not having to wait to be served . Ive been to many Weatherspoons which can get very busy especially weekends and evenings and had to fight my way to the bar and wait ages to be served. The disadvantage is if you order a refillable coffee or soft drink you still have to go and get this yourself which isnt great if your not expecting this , the other disadvantage is when ordering drinks you can’t for example add a dash of a mixer or order a shandy ,add ice and lemon , fix this problem and it would be perfect .Overall a very good app , I can see that Weatherspoons will be leading the way for many of the chain pubs and resteraunts to develop similar apps which will mean waiting service and bar staff jobs will be cut as a result . Good or Bad this will be the future of the hospitality industry .Next step will be intelligent tables with touch screens where you can order your food at the table , have it delivered by robot and a robot come and clear the table. Uncleared tables is one of the most annoying aspects of a visit to Weatherspoons.
Good app but took a while
This story begins on table number 9. I had heard whispers of an application which can be used to order food and beverages without the need to walk to the bar. Upon hearing this news I did ponder wether technology was going a little to far and it reminded me of visiting my grandparents when I was young. 1996 was the year I hadn’t seen them in a long while. I used to anticipate visiting my grandmother greatly as she would always make sure to greet me with a bag of bonbons. Gran unfortunately isn’t with us anymore but her spirit very much lives on. Gran had a cat called tinkles, we didn’t get on very well I think it was the scent of my own cat lingering on my fleece. I always forgot that pets you live with have their very own personal scent and when you spend a lot of time with them it’s easy to get what I believe is called “scent blind”. It was a rainy day, September 1998 I went to approach tinkles who was in her usual spot under the bed, purring away as usual. Maybe it was the purr that fooled me into thinking I could climb under the bed and stroke her but I was unfortunately met with a scratch right to the forehead. “Heck!” I screamed and scrambled out from under the bed. I did not order scrambled eggs I had mine fried. The breakfast was okay.
Not accessible for a blind person using voice over with the iPhone
Still not very happy with this app as it still not been made accessible for a blind person. I just wish the app developers were trying to take more notice and act on the feedback. It’s nowhere near to being accessible but it will be great if you could make it pick up the pub that you are in when using voice over with the iPhone. The map has never been accessible if you could make it a sort of list view where you could tap along the screen and then double tap the choice of pub you wanted that would really help especially with voice over users like myself. Myself personally, I have assisted other developers such as Uber and TSP bank to make the apps more accessible. Come on guys and girls, make this app really accessible so a blind person can go into a pub and order their meal independently and not have to worry about what table they are at. Sort it out! If you would like my help or assistance in anyway then don’t hesitate to contact me. As blind people, we appreciate apps to be more accessible and you might even hit a niche market if you really try.
Many thanks and I hope you find these remarks useful.
- J D Wetherspoon plc
- 25.6 MB
- Food & Drink
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this application.
- Unrestricted Web Access
- Frequent/Intense Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © J D Wetherspoon plc
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