We're always on the lookout for a cozy pub with good food on our frequent visits to this part of Cheshire and since we'd heard about the refurb we thought it was worth try. The old inn has a lot going for it - plenty of character, real fires, real ale, friendly staff and excellent home cooked food at very reasonable prices.
I had a delicious steak burger, in a very nice bread bun complete with beef tomato, almost caramelised onion and tasty tomato relish, with sweet potato chips and onion rings. My husband went for the Cheshire cheese sandwich which was served with relish, coleslaw and crisps and my mother-in-law had (what was called) a small portion of really good cod, chips and peas. With a drink each, the bill was £35 - a bargain!
The only slight downside was the lack of veggie "mains" on the menu, but the quality of ingredients in what we had still calls for 5 stars.
So glad we tried a new place for lunch. We look forward to our next visit!
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