Reviews on Bar food in Alsager, United Kingdom including The Mere Inn, The Wilbraham Arms, The Horseshoe Inn, The Rising Sun Country Pub & Restaurant, The Rifleman, The Honey Pot Tea Room, The Old Mill Hotel Restaurant, Bleeding Wolf, Stables Bar & Grill, The Lawton Arms
Things to do in Alsager
4 based on 28 reviews
Drove out for lunch on a miserable Autumn Saturday and enjoyed an excellent hot lunch which was served on hot plates and nicely presented. We both chose the sea bass which was very well cooked as was the rest of the meal. Nice sized servings and good value for money.There was ample car parking, the service was good and the toilets had ample hot water.
4 based on 18 reviews
Located in the 17th century farmhouse building, our family-run restaurant, Stables Bar & Grill, is packed full of original features including oak beams and stone fireplaces. With a bar stocked full of fine wines and real ales, a range of seasonal menus fe
Lovely Motherâs Day meal. The staff were helpful friendly and efficient. The restaurant is very warm and welcoming with nice decor. The food we had was tasty, nicely presented and there was a very good choice. We all enjoyed it.We would recommend anyone to give it a try.Hi A1 Tage,Thank you so much for this great review of Mother's Day, I am pleased you enjoyed your day.Thank you
4 based on 472 reviews
This place has always had quite a lofty reputation locally, although I have no idea why? My main course was Roast half chicken with fresh seasonal side salad, chips & homemade coleslaw or so the menu stated. Everything was wrong with it, the chicken was overcooked to the point it had dried out completely. The so called fresh salad was limp, lifeless and in no way fresh which considering it was still early afternoon was completely unacceptable, and even the chips were overcooked with burnt edges! My friend had the Chilli con carne which was also very dry with virtually no meat.Most disappointing food and with an average price tag means we wonât be returning.Thank you for taking time to review us.I am disappointed that you didnât enjoy your meals, but perplexed as to why you hadnât mentioned this while at the pub. We do pride ourselves on ensuring that our customers enjoy the food and experience of our pub so would of liked the opportunity to deal with your concerns while we had chance to do something about them. We would be happy to /would like to discuss your concerns further to see if there is anything we can do to rectify this Kind regards Jenny
4 based on 183 reviews
I have eaten at the Old Mill on and off for many years, and under different management teams. Also, having previously worked at the establishment in the kitchen and behind the bar I had decided to revisit after a long absence.The pub's interior decor is an improvement and looks quite stylish especially in the dining area. We both ordered starters, a goat's cheese in crumb with a salad, and a chicken pate. Firstly, and according to my girlfriend the salad was drowned in vinaigrette and she didn't like the crumb on the cheese which she thought unnecessary. My starter wasn't particularly good either, the salad being soggy as mentioned above and the pate was served rather awkwardly in a small kilner style jar. There really was hardly any pate at all. There was actually more butter than pate so in truth I paid for two slices of under toasted bread and a tiny miniscule amount of pate.For the main course we both had the pulled pork and chilli with rice, jalapenos and nachos. The jalapeÃ±os were from a jar and not fresh which spoiled the meal. The pulled pork was served in a dish and was spilled down the sides. Service was abrupt.All in all it could have been a lot better! The Old Mill has seen so many owners, but it will take something better than what we got to return anytime in the near future.
We have visited this delightful Tea / Coffee Room on several occasions Great for breakfast - lunch - snacks or just a coffee âï¸ Staff are friendly & welcoming itâs a great asset having this establishment on the doorstop & Friday Night is Gin Night
4 based on 225 reviews
Called in for an evening meal, the food was good, especially the steak pie. The service was a little slow but not a problem. On a personal note, I found the restaurant room a bit noisy even though only half occupied, it seems to echo. We will go in the bar next time as we have found that ok on past visits. Good value for money though.
4 based on 537 reviews
The Rising Sun is situated in the beautiful Cheshire Countryside only a short distance (200 yards) from the Macclesfield Canal at bridge No 87 and the Gritstone Trail. We offer Homecooked Food plus 6 Real Ales and a warm welcome, we can be found in the Go
We called in here when passing on a Sunday lunch time. We hadn't booked, but we managed to get a table. We both ordered sandwiches and a portion of chips. The sandwiches were delicious, with plenty of filling, served with a large side salad. The staff were very friendly, a great little find.
4 based on 297 reviews
Country Pub and Dining. Serving fresh homemade food served daily. We also have kids outside play area.
We all went on a Sunday teatime ,6 of us, nice friendly host , nice pint of ale , now to the food, I ordered pate which was minuscule portion but tasted ok , followed by roast pork, deep fried roasties, bland veg, ok meat and gravy, my mum had lasagne which she left, tons of pasta and little bolognese sauce, 2 best meals were the rigatoniâs, but all in all a bit disappointing all round , coffee not hot enough either , no check back on any course .
4 based on 503 reviews
Our setting is on the outskirts of our local village Alsager & there are some beautiful places to walk & most famously the 'Salt Line' which runs through farmland and woodlands from Hassall Green to Alsager, & follows the route of a disused railway line.
After a successful pie night visit went on a Friday with some friends to try the normal menu. I opted for the fish and chips, came with 2 pieces but oh dear they were frozen. What a pity as the chips were nice, the mushy peas good & theyâd gone to the trouble of making (or someone had) tartare sauce which was delicious. Others had beef burger which was dry & had no accompaniments. Slow cooked lamb lasagne which she said was a bit chewy and the pie which was delicious. A shame really perhaps theyâre a one trick pony type of place, if you like pie go for it, if not I wouldnât bother.
4 based on 230 reviews
We visited on a Sunday lunchtime in early Feb. They only open until 6 on a Sunday and only serve food until 4. The restaurant part of the pub was packed which is always great to see. The food was really good, 2 of our party had fish and chips and 1 a burger. All were delicious: generous portions and super tasty. The service was great; very friendly, efficient and genuine. The only reason that we didnât give 5 stars is that there was a large table free next to us in the restaurant. This table was soon taken up by a large group who were only drinking and proved to be very loud with some choice language being used. Fully appreciate that if they had been eating that we would have had to put up with it. However, they werenât. That said, we had a very enjoyable lunch.
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