Reviews on British food in Prestbury, Macclesfield, including The Yellow Broom Restaurant, Bacchus, Henry's Cafe, Butley Ash, Chestergate Bistro, Rustic Coffee Co, Plums Kitchen, The Lord Clyde, The Lime Tree, Soma Cafe Bar
5 based on 146 reviews
We're regular visitors of Soma, it has a warm welcome feel the minute you walk through the door and the food is always absolutely on point. My other half and I cannot get enough of the pork belly (I don't even like pork belly usually) and the portion sizes are really generous. The staff are always really helpful and friendly and the owners always seem to be there which is something you don't always see.
4 based on 497 reviews
The Lime Tree Restaurant and Wine Bar, Bollington is housed in a pair of converted victorian shops and retains many original features. The restaurant is owned and run by The same team behind the renowned Lime Tree Didsbury and both are supplied with lamb,
Late Sunday lunch using the set menu which was excellent value. Each dish was well presented with a generous sized portion and a good selection on each course. Only thing that stopped me giving the restaurant full marks was the lack of allergen information available. It would have been helpful to have a separate menu available detailing allergens rather than being presented with a course and then having to ask what was in a dressing.Service excellent with a good drinks list.
4 based on 301 reviews
Dropped in on a cold day and appreciated the warmth of the real fire. Good selection of beer and reasonably priced food. Pie of the day was huge at Â£9.95 with chips and veg - excellent.
4 based on 179 reviews
Really lovely spot at the end of a row of shops. This lovely Cafe has three massive windows with very high ceilings which gives the whole place massive amounts of light, really good.We stopped her for Tea, Coffee and cakes all of which were delicious. A big bonus dogs allowed which is always a thumbs up. Would stop here again and try to make breakfast.
4 based on 421 reviews
We went to the Rustic Coffee cafe on Tuesday afternoon for their special cream tea - the lady baked fresh scones and we had them straight from the oven with clotted cream and home made strawberry jam - delicious Dogs are welcome there and they get spoiled too - there are photos of proud lovelies on the displayLovely cosy place
4 based on 575 reviews
We are a small, independent restaurant situated in Macclesfield, near town centre. Opened in 2009, Chestergate Bistro offers a modern British cuisine. High quality and fresh ingredients prepared each day by our chefs are the basis for each of Chestergate
We have been to Chestergate Bistro several times and the food has always been excellent. The price has crept up but the quality of food is still there. The restaurant is small and mostly frequented by couples. Last night our experience was ruined by a rowdy table of 8. (To be fair it was mainly the 4 young women). They were so loud I literally couldnât talk to my wife!!! We left as soon as we had eaten as I did actually want to talk to my wife on our wedding anniversary!!!
4 based on 753 reviews
Last two meals here have been really, Sadly, today's visit was anything but. Fish, chips and peas, soggy fish. Wife had the lamb shank. Never had one as dry as this. Sorry for the poor call but it wasn't good.Hi MickyThank you for taking the time to leave a review, Iâm very sorry to hear that on this occasion your food was not up to our usual standard. If you could email me at [email protected] Iâm sure we can resolve this for you.Kind RegardsAndy
4 based on 169 reviews
Visited this cafe after an Easter visit to a family grave in Prestbury. It was just what we needed - welcoming, full of dogs and children, a delicious toastie and the best pot of tea we have had anywhere. The staff are lovely and friendly. We felt back in the land of the living!Thank you, thank you, thank you ! Glad you enjoyed our little cafe and we hope to see you again.
4 based on 473 reviews
Bacchus is a Modern British Restaurant(with a hint of European influence) Serving the Best of Locally Sourced Quality Produce
In the old days this would have been a good, local restaurant offering excellent, if unadventurous cooking. Now, tarted up a bit with that necessary "glam" ingredient to attract the Cheshire set, this place remains what it was - a good local restaurant offering excellent, if unadventurous cooking. And what's wrong with that?We enjoyed the meal even if we thought the service to be on the slow side for a quiet night.
4 based on 287 reviews
Situated in the picturesque village of Twemlow Green The Yellow Broom is one of Cheshire's best known landmarks & treasured restaurant. Enjoying an idyllic, typically English setting this intriguing building is surrounded by lawns, beautiful secluded gard
We really enjoyed the good food and friendly, attentive service. All the food choices were very good quality and the presentation was of a high standard.However, we were very surprised that the prices on the menu did not include VAT, so the overall cost of the meal was an unpleasant surprise. In particular it meant that the Filet Mignon was nearly Â£40 which was disappointing for a relatively small piece of this special steak. The ribeye steak would be better value.Dear WestlowjackVery pleased that you enjoyed the food, ambience and your experience at The Yellow Broom.Our prices are all fully inclusive of VAT. Your Filet Mignon were charged at Â£29.95 as per our menu. However at the bottom of your final bill our system analysis the VAT content, not an additional charge as you have suggested in your review.We add nothing further to our listed prices, just a free mint humbug and of course a big smile.Look forward to welcoming you back soon for one of our excellent rib steaks.
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