Food was good. Place was clean and tidy. Portions are a fair size. Nice friendly staff. Good location.
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Amazing friendly pub in Frodsham centre. Food and drink excellent and reasonably priced . Staff very friendly and welcoming and genuine . Highly recommend. Been 3 times now and excellent all 3 times !!
Our friends birthday meal - 8 of us all having different meals and all really good. Service very friendly and personal (man) really pleasant nothing too much trouble. Will definitely go again.
I have reviewed the Bears Paw before and it's our local when I am visiting from Italy. The food and service is always good but today was excellent! My husband who is Italian was with us and he is rarely happy with any food he...More
Four of us called in on Monday afternoon for a drink and some food. We were told no food unless you want to wait 30 mins because the chef hadn't turned in due to illness. So we had a drink and left.
I left a review previously but I thought i'd leave an updated review. A new menu has been placed at the Bear's Paw and WOW! Amazing choices and still amazing food! The staff are absolutely amazing and will do anything for their customer's to be...More
I popped in for lunch with a friend recently on a Monday. I presume that it was the manager that served us as he was amazing: incredible energy and efficiency. He was telling me that Mondays and Tuesdays are quiet so it isn’t worth hiring...More
Visited here today with my wife and seven month old daughter and would definitely return! The gentleman who served us (unfortunately didn’t get his name) was superb every step of the way. Service was superb, high chair provided for our daughter and the range of...More
Excellent food and service, really good food at reasonable prices and a good selection of cask ales too - what more could you ask for
Called in here early evening on the way to the airport. Had to wait ages to be served and it wasn't very busy. Portions were very small and all the food was cold. The only things that weren't cold were the items served in pots...More