The pub has a very nice appearance a good selection of wine spirits and bear a nice bear garden bright and cheerful inside a very friendly pub the staff are polite a little gem of a pub
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my friend and i went to the cherry orchard for lunch,when we got there the bar staff said do you want food we said yes,she said there is none we have no cheaf.very disaponited.there was no sign outside telling you no food.
Called into the Cherry Orchard for lunch after shopping with a friend. It is years since I have visited and I was not disappointed. The staff were very friendly and attentive and the food was good. Would recommend and will definitely go again.
Just been in here for a lunch with a couple of friends. Received a very warm welcome in lovely surroundings. Had a very tasty meal for a very reasonable price, lovely home made chips were a bonus too. Our order was taken at the table rather than having to wait at the bar, a nice touch. I would highly recommend... More
Never been here but looking for Vasillie & Debbie that ran this place in the late 1990's/early 2000's. I was great friends with Vasillie's brother (Efthimios) in Kavos but have lost touch. leave an e-mail address if you know them please.
Called in with friends after an enjoyable walk around Chester. The range of food on offer was very good, the portions are generous and very tasty. The service is excellent and friendly. A good range of bears on offer. We will definitely be call in on our next trip.
The Cherry Orchard does a great value lunch for over 55's. The fish pie and fruit crumble make a fine meal, complemented by a fine Theakston's bitter.
This small pub does really good food. Two courses (seniors) for £5.50 and two courses a la carte for £6.50. Although limited menu the choice of starters different from usual - e.g. smoked mackerel pate with smoked salmon and cream cheese, goats cheese on toast. The main course fish pie is exceptional. Friendly staff and comfortable surroundings. Good Italian coffee... More
Don't bother. New to the area looking for a local... Not here! They look after their own. Beer is cheapish. That's why I awarded a 2. Barman thought he was Tom Cruise from cocktail. They served free food to locals but not us. Was made to feel as welcome as a fart in a wetsuit.
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