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Three of us had the soufflé starter which had salad with it but no dressing. They didn't even have olive oil! The main courses, fish and beef, were both poor. The former over cooked, the latter tasteless and stringy. The service was fine, the beer...More
Reasonable choice of beers
Sensible portion sizes
Value for money
Hot food should be served on hot plates.
My main and dessert were on cold plates which spoil any hot meal.
Pork belly with no crispy skin at all, it wasjust...More
Response from Rachel B, Marketing at Cheshire Cheese InnResponded 11 December 2017
Thanks for your feedback which I will pass on to the kitchen. Normally our plates are hot when required, so that's unusual. Sorry you weren't 100% happy with your visit.
Visited here at 1230 on a Sunday and were very lucky to get a table.Almost everything reserved which is surely a good sign of quality.Poor landlord was having to turn customers away.We had two roast dinners which were excellent and very filling.This pub is highly...More
Stayed here for the weekend and found it to be an interesting and traditional pub with all the modern amenities required for a comfortable stay. Gold star for the food which, including breakfast, was plentiful, great quality and delicious. I can recommend the Salmon in...More
My son and I visited the Cheshire Cheese for an evening meal after a long day's walking in the Peak District. Every aspect of the experience was good; friendly, welcoming service from the landlord, excellent real ale choices and good value, hearty pub food. I...More