Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Warrington. Warrington is a large town and unitary authority area in Cheshire, England, on the banks of the River Mersey, 20 miles (32 km) east of Liverpool, and 20 miles (32 km) west of Manchester. The population in 2016 was estimated at 208,800, more than double that of 1968 when it became a New Town. Warrington is the largest town in the county of Cheshire.
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4 based on 214 reviews
Family friendly destination food venue in Warburton. We offer both inside and outdoor kids play areas.
Our experience: We (2 couples) popped in here last night for some food & drinks. Our order requests (slightly different to the menu) were honoured without quibble which was good. My order, Scampi was overcooked as were the chips and I'm not sure what was in my sauce pot before I got it (evidence of a previous sauce in the bottom) so that was a downer... Everyone else in our party had no issues. Otherwise it's a great pub, looking fresh, had a great atmosphere and a good selection of beers & spirits - would recommend
4 based on 189 reviews
Lovely country pub serving beautiful homemade food with a great selection of wine and cask beers. A warm welcome always awaits.
What a find, we were on the motorway and pulled off, I used trip advisor to find nearest nice eatery and this was close to the top and Iâm grateful. The staff were so friendly and happy to server even though it was 5 minutes before restaurant closing time. The food was way above my expectations piping hot and fresh. We all enjoyed our food and would happily have stayed longer and enjoyed the friendly atmosphere. I believe we were served by the owners and I would like to congratulate them on a well run friendly eatery. If your in the area I really canât recommend this venue enough. Thank you
4 based on 143 reviews
We used to be great fans of the Wheatsheaf "pie & a pint" Thursdays and were sad when the old regime left. Seeing that Ian Rayton's pies were back we decided to give it another try. First the plus. The pub has certainly been spruced up & is very much smarter than before. However, there was general disappointment with the meals. Ian's pies they were but the slices were much smaller than previously as were the portions of chips. I had the cheese & onion & maybe because I opted not to have gravy (because I don't think it goes well with cheese & onion") my pie was a little dry. One accepts that prices must go up particular when there has been a not inexpensive refurbishment. One also accepts that under previous management the prices represented extremely good value. However, it was overall a disappointing return - or maybe we had been expecting too much.Many thanks for returning to us and giving us a try, on the portion size ian cuts the pies up still the same as he always has done.We offer a homemade pie, homemade chips and a drink of your choice for Â£11.95 which after extensive research in the area offers the best value for money in the area compared to other pubs.As to the cheese & onion being a little dry because you opted not to have gravy with it the pie was freshly baked that day, with the average price of a pint being around Â£4.00 We provide a homemade pie, waitress service for food and drinks for around Â£8.00 a meal which we feel is value for money.
5 based on 92 reviews
Live music venue with 2 bars and restaurant. Also available for private event hire, parties, business meetings, corporate events and baby showers.
What a fabulous evening. Steve Brookstein X Factor winner singing and the best vegan meal ever. Healthy and delicious Cauliflower Steak followed by lemon cheesecake. Best meal Iâve had in the village for a long time. We will be back and canât recommend this place highly enoughThank you for the review Tamara, the evening was a huge success and we are so glad you joined us for it! It's great to hear the feedback about the food as we are in the process of launching our new menu, thanks for the great comments. Check our some of our other live music nights coming up in the next few weeks, all on our website and social media pages. We look forward to seeing you again soon.
4 based on 562 reviews
...nothing was to much trouble. Our order, both meal and drinks were brought to our table, very efficiently and i found professionally.Dear hermes057Thanks for your review. I'm delighted you enjoyed your time with us. How's Zeus? Well I hope.Lisa
4 based on 461 reviews
Really excellent full of flavour food with friendly staff and good ambience. However, slightly let down by none disability friendly ladies loos. Perhaps from the old days of men only pubs, but now the downstairs loos need to be a unisex disability loo instead.Hello,Thank you for taking time to review the Pickering arms.Really pleased you enjoyed your time with us.With regards to the toilets, I will bring this up with my area manager and see if anything can be done.Thanks again.Christine, Jim and team pick.
4 based on 387 reviews
From the time we met Jon the happy barman it was obvious that this was a pleasant place to be. The lovely slim girl who assisted us was obliging and equally pleasant . The menu is typical of the traditional pub and the children loved their chicken strips . Regrettably the famous Elliot fish pie which I ordered was disappointing as it was a bowl of mash covering a limited selection of creamed fish. However all the other adults enjoyed their meals so letâs give it another try
4 based on 590 reviews
Cosy pub much bigger than it looks, excellent attention from waiters and waitresses from the minute we walked in. The hardest part was choosing what to have, brilliant menu and specials all well priced.The food we had was lovely, proper chips as well as high quality food! Canât wait to go again.
4 based on 516 reviews
We have a passion for honest cooking, classic dishes and good wine all served to you in a relaxed restaurant environment. Right on your doorstep we'll be here for all occasions. Whether you're looking for a weekend treat, a place to celebrate a special oc
Absolute gem to visit. Food was amazing, really good quality and priced fairly. The Team Leader Sherry was amazing - so bubbly, helpful and accommodating. Just a brilliant family night out. Hi Ashleighalex, great to hear you enjoyed your visit to our pub. Hope to see you again soon!
5 based on 213 reviews
Harvey's is a local restaurant situated centrally in the village of Stockton Heath, Warrington. Quality local produce is served everyday from 12 noon from a menu which boasts British, European and Pan Asian dishes. Our dry aged 28 day beef from grass-fed
Sunday lunch - perfect. Plenty on the plate. Huge gravy boat, always a good thing. Very tasty indeed. Cauliflower cheese to share between two , was delicious also.Service was spot on throughout . And the atmosphere was very nice indeed, nice music & vibe.Lovely bar / restaurant . One we will be visiting many many times.
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