Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Little Sutton including The White Lion, The Cheshire Yeoman, The White Swan, The Tap, Halfway House, The Montgomery, Cowshed Restaurant, The Nags Head, Hinderton Arms, The Oak Tree
4 based on 953 reviews
We are passionate about serving real, honest food and famous for the very best steaks prepared and seasoned with our signature spice blend. Everything is cooked to perfection by our expert Grill Masters. Our bread is baked in house and our cocktails are i
We came in for a meal tonight after visiting for a quick drink a few weeks ago, we liked the atmosphere so came back to try the menu! We weren't dissapointed, food was delicious and service fantastic! Thank you to Dylan, Molly, Lewis and all of the staff in the kitchen! We'll definitely be back!Good evening,Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review, I am so pleased to see you enjoyed your time with us here at The Oak Tree,Chester.Hope to see you again very soon.Best regards Lewi Hawker Deputy manager
4 based on 844 reviews
Went to Hinderton last Sunday with 4 other adults. We had a 33% voucher off the Mains. Despite requesting on line to be seated near a window with disabled access they wanted to sit us on a round table in the middle . We ordered drinks and at least 15 minutes after our server came back to say that there was no IPA.! The service was slow but the meal was nice, I had the slow cooked pork belly. We were there at 1pm and after some of us having coffee or dessert it was 3.30pm when we left. I did notice that Tom was not around and it was quite busy but the visit was not of the usual standard .Dear David M,Thank you for taking the time to leave us a Trip Advisor review, we are sorry we could not accommodate your request on this occasion for a window table due to a large party needing that side of the restaurant. We do aim to meet all requests where possible and it is unfortunate that on this occasion we couldn't. We do hope to see you again soon.Kind RegardsFreyja - Holding General Manager
4 based on 129 reviews
A good English pub atmosphere but with quality, home cooked food. Excellent service & so helpful, efficient and friendly. Extremely good value for money, varied menu. The fish & chips super portion, choice of bootlace or handcut chips & garden peas or mushy. Beef bourgignon wonderful. We'll definitely be going back in Summer. Have visited that area twice a year for 10 years + but we're so disappointed with another restaurant last time thought we'd try it today. Well worth a visit, good food, atmosphere, value & service.
4 based on 393 reviews
This pub/restaurant was established in 1641. The entrance opens to a low ceiling dim room where the pub is located. There is a conversation table where you can meet friendly people sharing a drink. I talked with Unilever employees getting off work. From there, I went into the more modern restaurant enjoying a superb lamb dish, very good service and quiet atmosphere. I had a table looking out to a garden. I recommend for the sheer enjoyment of a 1641 pub, good food and service in a quiet environment.
3 based on 767 reviews
Visited on a Friday evening as have live music for our wedding anniversary Firstly the waiting on staff are fantastic ..but The food dreadful Starters .Ordered poached pear salad. Pears not poachedVegetarian falafel burger disgusting just boiled chick peas mashed together tasteless other meal was Falafel with red pepper tagliatelle tasteless too. It was dry no taste and as if lifted from a plastic container and microwaved We complained and got half our money back. So disappointing this place use to be excellent. Would never go again
Firstly no idea on the reviews complaining about food. The Halfway House is a proper pub and has never done hot food in my years of patronage. Often youâll find sandwiches on the bar provide for all customers free of charge though. Traditional. Good casks. Dog friendly. Period toilets. Huge beer garden out back. Friendly staff.
4 based on 97 reviews
My wife and I have been eating here on Sundays after taking our two dogs for walks (breakfast)I cannot recommend tap highly enough we sit outside (dogs are welcome inside tho)the breakfast is freshly cooked and spot on ,service is very good and all staff very friendly ,lovely clean inside and out ,we order around the back into cafe area you must give this place a go you won't be dissapointed,see you again next week well done
4 based on 39 reviews
Six of us had a meal tonight and it was all excellent, we were all served our food within a two minute period, good considering that we had a variety of cooked dishes and we are not talking of a kitchen with multiple chefs.After our pre dinner drinks we ordered some red wine, we took the recommended Malbec which was excellent.OK now service, perfect, attentive but not pushy. Really perfect.I very much recommend this pub for a couples or more friends dinner, try it, it's worth it.
4 based on 341 reviews
We are dedicated to Real Food, Real Kitchen, Real Chefs. We do not do fast food, but we do great food as fast as we can.
My dear sister recently watched a documentary on independent television called The Real Housewives Of Cheshire, a gritty, no nonsense portrayal of life in the North-West of England. As a contrast to Islington she was keen to see such deprivation for herself so we asked Baker to fire up the Daimler and headed up the M1. It was as bad as we feared with men seemingly unable to afford warm coats on what was a cold autumn night and the women dressed in rags: I don't think I saw a pair of jeans that wasn't practically in tatters all evening. We obviously needed an escape from this poverty and whilst driving round spotted The Cheshire Yeoman. The establishment is divided into a dining area and a bar area with the two being strictly divided along gender lines: ladies in the dining area and the men drinking in the bar. Having settled ourselves at a vacant table a friendly lady provided us with menus. Everything on offer looked inviting and it was difficult to choose. Our meals didn't take too long to arrive and were well presented. The food was good but could have been better with my dear sister's beef being a little dry, but the excellent service easily compensated for this. In the meantime Baker had finished a well kept pint of beer and a packet of crisps in the car park. Our journey back to the comforts of the capital passed without incident.
4 based on 483 reviews
Described as a hidden gem in rural Cheshire, The White Lion is a friendly village inn with large open fires, wooden beamed ceilings and cosy snugs. It has been standing pride of place in the village of Childer Thornton since 1724 and welcomes both the loc
I have eaten in this pub 3 times over the past year and the food is so good reasonably priced and good quality enjoyed every meal.Staff very friendly a very good service.Good value for money the chef should be proud of him or herself well done keeping up good standards of cooking is difficult.
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