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The Chequers, Fordham - pub details


Address: 58-62, Carter St, Fordham, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB7 5JT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20115) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.6/10 (rated by 5 users)
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White Pheasant, Fordham (0.3 miles), Crown Inn, Fordham (0.3 miles), Carpenters Arms, Soham (1.9 miles), Cherry Tree, Soham (1.9 miles)


user reviews of the Chequers, Fordham

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This is one of the most amazing pubs that I have had the pleasure of visiting in a long, long, long time. I am a regular visitor there, because the atmosphere is warm and friendly and the restaurant produces the best curry that I have ever tasted. The staff are always friendly and polite and seem to really enjoy their work. Nothing is ever too much for them. The jazz and blues bands that frequently play are of a very high standard and I am priviliged enough to live nearby, so that my friends and I get to enjoy this amazing experience very often.
yasmine - 8 Nov 2007 10:21
This is a good pub to visit for an evening particularly if you are hungry!
Both the Bistro and the main bar have been well refurbished and cleverly decorated.
Although there are no real ales available, there is still a good range of beers and lager.
Having said that the food, both the curries and the bistro meals are a high quality, plenty of it and pleasantly served by staff who seem to enjoy their work.
Pub holds regular live jazz evenings but not something I have yet experienced - watch this space.

scooter - 21 May 2007 13:22
A very friendly hostelry, set in the town itself. Good beer and friendly bar staff. They have a Bistro that serves food to die for. Even better they also have a superb curry menu, which can be eaten in house or served as a take-away.
One downside is that the upstairs dining room can be very hot during the summer months.
Saturday nights are generally very busy so it is advisable to book if you wish to eat here. It is not a fast food outlet so you can dine at your own pace without being rushed by the staff.
steaming - 15 Nov 2006 14:09

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