We chanced on the Chop House after a trip to the Royal Exchange, the place itself is pleasant and has the feel of an old fashioned pub, there is even a life size statue of L S Lowry at the bar if you want to rub shoulders with greatness. Sadly the real ales were restricted to three when we went, two of them were Pale Ales, you would expect a greater choice in a place like this. The food, we had the traditional Corned Beef Hash, okay it takes ten days to make but having made it myself, for most of those ten it just languishes in the fridge. We also had the steak and kidney pud and the cheese and onion pie, it was all very tasty but at about £13 to £15 for a main course it did seems a bit steep. Makes a change from Wetherspoons!
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