Pub is ok food is average i personally think you can get nicer food elsewhere cheaper. Bit disappointed as it's my first time at Alderley Edge expected it to be better quality food and service. Would i go back? Probably not.
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Lovely, quaint and friendly! Good food and nice selection of drinks. Staff and service very good. Near the beginning of some great little walks and in lovely surroundings!
This is a lovely pub, located near the National Trust car park. Enjoyed a drink in the beer garden after walking the dogs. I am not very good at stairs due to various health issues and asked if there was a disabled toilet. Answer -...More
I went there on a social business dinner with 30 others. the food was superb and the service was efficient and friendly - I will definitely return when in the area. thank you.
Great food but slightly let down by the miserable staff! Such a shame. Not very attentive either, asked for the dessert menu which never came and then it took 15 minutes to fetch the card machine. A smile doesn't cost a penny...
Its over a decade since i dined at this place, so thought i would give it a curious visit. Wow...very nice oldy-worldy and brimming with character. the food its self was of a very high standard and the service was very attentive and friendly. Prior...More
The place itself is good as was the service but the Sunday roast lunch was very average and at £15 really not really good value. The meat (lamb) was tough and the presentation was poor with it all piled on the plate to form a...More
On a sweltering day, we stopped for lunch in the garden of this lovely pub restaurant. Before electing to eat outside I noted that it was actually quite a pleasant temperature inside when I expected it to be too hot and the furnishing was rustic...More
Lunch sandwiches are served only between 12-14:30 which is a shame for those wanting to have a late quick bite. After that time is the 'evening' menu already. Breaded chicken burger was just ok, a bit plain to my taste.