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4 based on 1540 reviews
Rebuilt in the 1880's on the site of the former coaching inn, The Swan is a glorious example of Victorian architecture, with striking Tudor Revival half-timbered gables atop red-brick chequered walls. Standing opposite the 13th century Grade I listed St O
I was playing in a chess tournament at Winwick community centre. This pub is about 5 mins walk away and I planned to eat here as the only other place in Winwick is a burger king or an open-all hours shop. So Sunday dinner at this very nice pub serving one or two real ales. Not too busy but the 4 bar staff nearly failed my 5 minute rule, i.e. if no one served in queue for 5 minutes, I leave. They were faffing about for about 4 mins. Anyway I was pointed to the 'maitre'd' who turned out to be very efficient. No problem getting my table for 1. I said I had to leave at 1 p.m. so order taken quickly and food arrived within 10 minutes. On the menu it said the beef would be 'pink' but it arrived in good order with an enormous Yorkshire pudding, a trend I quite like, peas and roast potatoes. It was plated not a carvery so left the broccoli and cauli and the stuffing (why?) Also 2 or 3 pieces of UNPEELED carrot. Please stop this eateries, at least the Swan doesn't dress up this labour (but not price) saving as 'rustic' or 'home-made'.I didn't have time for a pud. Ale good and I was a joint winner at the chess!Thank you so much for your positive comments about our pub, if was myself who sat you down. after. brief conversation with you you mentioned you didn't want your need pink. I asked the chef to sort this for your needs. Glad you enjoyed it.congratulations on achieving joint 1st in your Chess game.see you again soon.
3 based on 545 reviews
Went today 6:30pm ordered 3 adult meals 2 childrens meals... still tasting the grease. Ordered a mixed grill Â£15 got a 1/4 of chicken breast thqt was cooked from frozen (rubbery texture not fresh) 1/4 gamon steak more fat and rind than gamon got messy fries... stale oil taste was prominent for an extra charge i was expecting a normal size but what i got was less than what the children were served. Ordered a kids burger the bun was solid child couldnt eat it. Ordered a chicken bites kids meal the bites were that solid they could be used with a fork. Ordered a streaky bacon and chicken breast adults meal again the chicken was rubbery and had an odd texture the messy fries orderd with them again tasted more of oil... The baby spilt ketchup on table used a baby wipe to clean it and OMG the dirt on the wet wipe from the table was disgusting. Its safe to safe table table we dont recommend and after a Â£50 food alone bill for food we are still tasting for the wrong reeason we won't be back.
4 based on 332 reviews
This family run pub/restaurant prides itself on the high quality, homecooked food that is served 7 days a week. Not only do we provide traditional English dishes, our extensive menu contains a number of different cuisines, to make sure there is something
We had afternoon tea and dressed in a Downton Abbey theme. Maxine and Shaun couldn't do enough for us. The food was amazing and plentiful, the service was 1st class and the staff were fabulous. Tom was super attentive. Please visit The Wheatsheaf you wont be disappointed
4 based on 145 reviews
Myself, my husband and my mum went today for my mums birthday at lunchtime.The service, food and atmosphere was exceptional.
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 112 reviews
Called in for my wife's birthday although I had heard conflicting reports about this place regarding it being expensive I thought I would give it a go.yes it was a little bit dearer than other similar places but not enough to break the bank we had a lovely meal well presented and very tasty all the staff where very pleasant and helpful I would definitely recommend this place and will return
5 based on 21 reviews
What a find this place has been. A proper jewel in the crownExcellent excellent serviceExcellent beer and wineThe food was piping hot, freshly made and delicious.Totally recommended the Oak Tree for couples or families.Massive thank you
4 based on 68 reviews
This is the best place for breakfast in the area. Staff are brilliant, in particular Rachel & Bernadette who always go the extra mile. Great customer service and delicious food. Would highly recommend.Thank you for taking the time to write your review. Breakfast, especially over the weekend is getting busier and busier here at The Kirkfield and there are no better 2 people to have in the restaurant than Rachel and Bernadette! Look forward to seeing you again soon.Kind regardsTerence
4 based on 177 reviews
The Millstone is a relaxed informal dining experience combining traditional family pub values with exciting International Tapas, sizzling Steak on the Stone and home baked designer pizzas.
Have been a number of times, I love the food here, both the tapas and the steaks.Can be a bit noisy but the food is stunning.
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.
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