Worth a visit, food was nice and another good real ale pub. All the food looks as though it has been prepared from scratch and worth the short wait. Great beers.
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Called in here for lunch. They had some unusual and tasty beers and the food was good. If it is sunny you can sit outside at the back.
We stopped in with our 6 year old daughter. All the good was really good: I had the brill, my husband had the sausage, and my daughter had the ham sandwich. I have to say, the ham on her sandwich was DELICIOUS. If you have...More
Great place with a large selection of ales. We were impressed . Lovely building which in itself is an attraction. If you are in Chester and fancy a pint of proper beer this is the place to go. Highly recommended.
A good selection of real Ales in this old building. Fabulous menu for lunch time ranging from Welsh Rerebit, Whitebait, Deviled Kidneys. All generous portions and tasty
We visited here after reading the reviews and wasn`t disappointed. We had the pie very tasty and the chips were amazing.We tried the ales. You can`t fault this place, very friendly and clean.
Went in today while passing to book a future meal for a family gathering. The female staff member we spoke to informed us they don't offer reservations, which we accepted although a little odd. But when my partner asked about the chance of getting a...More