Market Drayton is a market town in north Shropshire, England, close to the Welsh and Staffordshire border. It is on the River Tern, between Shrewsbury and Stoke-on-Trent, and was formerly known as "Drayton in Hales" (c. 1868) and earlier simply as "Drayton" (c. 1695). Market Drayton is on the Shropshire Union Canal and on Regional Cycle Route 75. The A53 road by-passes the town. The counties of Staffordshire and Cheshire are both close by.
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4.5 based on 87 reviews
Service good, just found that when we were wanting the bill the gentleman serving was nowhere to be seen. Starters found a bit strange as there were no onion bargi as is the norm and so ordered the mix veg and mushroom bargi instead. To find what arrived was more like a small curry type stew wirth salad. Very nice, just not what we were expecting and because there was so much of it found it hard to eat our mains. Ended up having to take away. Mains had a good range and was a nice meal.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
Didn't know this place existed, it's tucked away in a small village away from main roads, it's well signposted though. It's actually the dining room behind a very well used pub which serves superb beer, a good start to the night!
Orders were taken while we enjoyed our drinks in the front room of the pub, and you're taken through when your meal is ready.
I'm not very familiar with Thai food, and this was a superb introduction. For starter we had a selection of prawns and chicken in filo pastry - the chicken was juicy and tender and as for the prawns .... well! ... I've never seen such big ones, and they were full of flavour, set off very well by a sweet chilli dip which accompanied them.
Main courses arrived, I had a Thai green curry which was nicely spicy and very fragrant. Absolutely loads of rice was brought to our table and we ended up very full indeed!
Service fantastic, very attentive, delightful young lady who served us. We'll be back - very soon!
4.5 based on 78 reviews
An award winning rural hotel & restaurant. Over 30 years we have built up a reputation for quality dining and comfortable bedrooms in beautiful Gardens
If you're looking for that somewhere special to eat, look no further. This is our go to place for special occasions. Birthdays, anniversaries, Valentines, it's never let us down. No, it's not cheap, but both the food and wine are worth every penny. The staff are very professional and make Goldstone Hall feel like you're in the very best of restaurants. We've even held a private function for 14 with a special menu. A night to remember. Look no further if you're planning a special occasion.
4 based on 101 reviews
Foodshion Garden is a fully licensed Chinese & Thai restaurant and takeaway in Market Drayton. Previously known as the New Ambrosia, we are now under a new management team since October 2017.
Early meal prior to the festival Drayton Theatre. We had the place to ourselves for much of the time so received excellent service. Waiter was also very helpful with his advice.The meal was tasty and enjoyable, standard Chinese with nothing special from a very wide range of choice on the menu.
4.5 based on 153 reviews
The Chetwode Arms, Pipe Gate provide a warm, relaxed and friendly atmosphere serving locally sourced fresh food, well kept ales and a tasty range of wines. Having an extensive garden and real open fires we are sure you will enjoy the surroundings all year round.
We regularly have Sunday evening meal at the pub as it is well priced, friendly staff and efficient. We went on Sunday 25 February 2018 as a party of 4 after telling our guests how good things were. Regrettably something was evidently wrong. The service was extremely slow, the meal was not as hot as it should have been and the promised trimmings for our dog never arrived even though we had been asked at what table we were sitting. No waiter/waitress came to our table during the meal to check all was well so we were not able to communicate our disappointment at the time. We are now uncertain if we should return in the future? Was it a one-off or are things slipping?
4.5 based on 116 reviews
Nana B wanted to take out some of her (adult) grandchildren and their partners out for a meal for her 80th birthday, so 6 of us gathered at the Peel Arms for lunch a couple of Saturdays ago. As on our previous visit, the menu includes fairly standard pub food done well.
I had mushroom stroganoff which I was pleased to see came with rice or chips or half and half - I loved the half and half! Portions were generous and prices reasonable, and everyone enjoyed their mains and desserts.
4.5 based on 161 reviews
Award winning Country Pub on the Shropshire, Staffs & Cheshire Borders. Featured in the AA Good Pub Guide for selling beautifully presented, locally sourced and seasonal British Food, Real Ales, Craft Ciders and Specialist Continental Lagers... Oh and great Gin and super wine!
We booked here for the first time. The ambiance of the pub is really welcoming and friendly. The food is good but I wouldn’t say cordon bleu. Service was slow especially having children with us. Starter was lovely, I had smoked salmon, main was disappointing- bovril gravy?? Chatenay carrots with star anise and cloves?? Strange flavour. Keep it simple for a roast dinner. The meat was lovely but the food was on the verge of being cold. The sticky toffee pudding was delicious but the chocolate brownie was hard and dry.
All in all, I would go back but not on a ‘special’ day, just a normal weekend.
4.5 based on 294 reviews
1st time dining, our expectations were high.
Had sunday lunch x 3 courses all really tasty and flavoursome.
Could do with more veg,but only an observation.
Service let down the overall experience,waiting time a bit to long for basics.Short of menu's.... hows that happen then ???surely a very basic item.....
Overall pleased with food,will go again.
4.5 based on 362 reviews
Oruna Restaurant brings the finest traditional indian curries from all corners of India retaining the classic recipes and enhancing the offering with many exclusive dishes to reflect the changing food trend in contemporary dining. We have a fantastic range of innovative and creative dishes and desert with an extensive range of appetizers to complement your dining experience. We value our customer and would appreciate any feedback about our food and your overall dining experience. Our team is very keen to demonstrate their culinary skills, flexibility and passion for Indian cooking. Chefs are very happy to style any dish to suit your taste and even prepare specials according to your need. And if you're planning an event and want to serve your guests something special, have a chat with us about catering for your event on or off menu. You can be confident in the quality of food as it's made by expert and experience chefs. We are not the cheapest, but definitely the best as quality is the foundation of Oruna Cuisine.
What an amazing evening we had last night for our 27th wedding anniversary at Oruna.The food as usual was the best but the staff made a good evening with our family into a Great evening.Nothing was too much trouble even a fussy 7yrs old was...MoreHi, thank you for taking the time to leave us such a lovely review, we always appreciate feedback to ensure our service and quality is maintained and improved where necessary. We look forward to serving you soon. Kind regards, JAK Oruna
4.5 based on 101 reviews
Small village pub in Cheswardine, a small village just outside Market Drayton. Serving Joules Real Ales, a selection of fine wines, spirits and draft beers. Home made, Home cooked food. Locally sourced and cooked to order. Food available Tuesday - Saturday 12.00pm - 3.00pm and 6.00on - 9.00pm and Sunday 12.00pm-3.00pm. No food on Mondays. Please contact us for details of Bank Holiday Monday opening hours.
We had a really lovely Sunday lunch with friends and their children. The food was really good quality and tasted fantastic. There was a lot of choice on the menu so you won't be disappointed. They were able to do any of the menu choices in kids sizes too. All the staff were great, they were friendly and welcoming. Our only criticism, because we have children, is the lack of changing facilities for the kids. We had to change the kids nappies in the pub, but fortunately not in front of any other guests! We'd love to return though, and we'd recommend this place to others.
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