Good service, interesting choice of beers. Traditional menu and something for all. Clean and well looked after.
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Read all about this place on Tripadvisor so went for Sunday lunch - seemed like a good idea ! The pub itself is lovely but we were told by the barman that the Chef has left, so there is no food ! Bit disappointing !
Visited this pub several times now and every time we have been blown away by the quality of the food. The fillet steak was to die for. ..the triple fried chips amazing. This is a gorgeous little pub and feel almost reluctant to share how...More
Visited on a recommendation and was more than surprised at the quality, especially at the offer price of 2 for £12. All freshly cooked,They didn't scrimp on the size of the steak, the chips were the best and even the field mushroom had a touch...More
Spent a lovely evening in this lovely little pub. Went there by chance on an evening in Leek with friends & what a little gem we found, the food was amazing, fillet steak to die for, mexian chicken was lovely & all at a very...More
Went to this pub and we were surprised to find a lovely glass roofed area out the back, a nice area to eat in. The menu was varied, and our meals were really delicious, as were all the other meals being served that evening. Prices...More
Although on a major road (so not really hidden away) the Quiet Woman is not in the absolute centre of Leek and presents an unassuming frontage. However it was the almost the first pub we passed on a Saturday lunchtime after deciding that lunch had...More
We were are large group of 11 people and ordered a mixture of vegetarian, burgers and steak meals. We ordered in advance to help smooth things for the kitchen. The vegetarian dish was very tasty and beautifully presented and the steaks were good. The puddings...More