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The Helter Skelter, Frodsham - pub details

Helter Skelter

Address: Church Street, Frodsham, Cheshire, WA6 6PN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14550) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Frodsham (0.1 miles), Helsby (1.5 miles), Runcorn (3.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 31 users)
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user reviews of the Helter Skelter, Frodsham

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I visit The Helter Skelter often. Great pub, ale quality is top-notch, staff friendly. The food is excellent, my favourite dish here is the rarebit. A rich cheese sauce with a touch of mustard, on top of bacon, on top of toast, with proper home-made chips and a small side-salad. My main reason for calling in here is still the beer, so once again top marks for quality.
Called in Kass 22 across the road - they were selling a couple of beers in the modern style, deliberately cloudy. Awful, you can taste the cloudiness as a dryish feel on the tongue and teeth. Tried a pint of somethiun else, very bland, left half of it and went back to the Helter Skelter. Best pub in Frodsham.
quadrantfour - 19 Feb 2017 14:14
We enjoyed this place and had some good food in the upstairs room. The bar was busy and the beer selection excellent. It was a very pleasant evening and we would recommend this little bar to anyone. The one across the road (as mentioned before) is Kash 22 which is a sister pub to one in Chester (BlueBall and RedBall mini-breweries). This one had a great atmosphere with a very good live band playing 1970's rock. They have their own beers on cask and keg and we tried a couple which were not totally to my taste but my friends liked them OK. They do food - burgers etc., but we felt that Helter Skelter had the better menu and we plumped for that instead. Frodsham actually looked quite good for pubs but we didn't have enough tie to do more than two as we had to get a taxi back to our narrow boat on the river (some distance from the town).
mcroyal - 21 Apr 2014 10:15
Been here a couple of times before, remains good. 8 ales on 3/4 from Cheshire plus 3 craft ales (including Thornbridge Jaipur). Weetwood is the best value ale (£2.50 pint) with guests usually over £3 depending on ABV. Best ale I had last night was Slaters Blitzen at 4.0%. There is a bar over the road @ 22 Church Street, think used to be wine bar but now house Blue Ball Brewery with three handpumps and numerous craft - good beer in here.
kernott1 - 13 Dec 2013 09:44
We went in about 7pm on a Saturday night after walking up the Sandstone trail. The place was busy, but there is plenty of room, not least in the courtyard out the back door. Real ale selection was superb. I think they had 8 cask ales on, from various breweries around the local region, plus cidre and a selection of the usual lagers etc. Each beer had a description on a blackboard behind the bar, which was a nice touch. Have to say the 4 pints I had were all in superb condition.

Seemed a friendly place - we had a good chat with some of the other punters. Didn't try the food, so can't comment on that, but can highly recommend the place for a drink. Only downside was we had to go catch the last train home. Will definitely visit again if we are in Frodsham.
Aaron95 - 15 Jul 2013 14:15
Smallish but lively pub for us older folk with plenty of excellent ale on - best pint of Weetwoods I've sampled. Easily the best pub for beer in Frodsham.
anonymous - 31 May 2013 22:12

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