The Eagle Inn, Salford - pub details
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|Classic multi-roomed pub with a friendly welcome.Something of an oasis in what appears to be a pub-free area! Holts IPA was good.|
wobblybob - 21 Jun 2013 21:57
|Called in last of week and was not disappointed. Well worth the trek.|
Mistlethrush - 2 Jun 2013 20:11
|In a somewhat intimidating industrial area and difficult to find, but worth the effort. A throwback to an earlier age of how pubs used to be.|
A Holt's tied house and on my visit the Bitter had run out leaving only the IPA available at an outrageous (for Holt's) price of £2.90!
dorothygoodbody - 20 Mar 2013 17:38
|Went in on a Saturday lunchtime whilst visiting the area. Proper old backstreet pub,had a nice pint of Joseph Holt IPA & a pint of Two Hoots which was equally as good. Was fairly quiet when we went in with a few locals chatting at the bar but was good for a chat & catch up with my mate who I hadn't seen for a while over a decent pint pulled by a friendly barmaid & locals were happy to point us in the direction of other pubs nearby. Good to see this type of place still open & from what I hear thriving,its certainly worth a visit in my opinion.|
newseeker - 12 Mar 2013 18:43
|Hidden little backstreet boozer sandwiched between factory units in an area being developed for housing. A three roomed pub, open fires, some tasteful renovation evident, comfortable. Quiet on a Friday afternoon, the three hand pumps were Holts IPA & Bitter, and Wells Bombardier. I'm not a fan of mass market breweries, but we thought the two Holts were in good condition regardless. It was a shame the only alternative on was a relatively dull choice.|
The barmaid took care to check the Bombardier before serving, which was a nice touch. A recent newspaper article says former Coronation Street star Rupert Hill (‘Jamie Baldwin’) has recently taken the place over. It certainly looks lovely from the outside, and the recent internal renovations (upholstering, tasteful pictures) add to the place. Toilets were clean too. We like the feel of the place, but would need to see the real ale choice improved to visit often. It’s not in a situation where anyone will stumble across it by accident, but equally it's only 5 mins walk from the other notable Salford boozers around Chapel Street. A good addition to a Salford pub crawl which just needs whatever real ale beer choice improvement can be negotiated for a tied pub.
Roy22 - 10 Feb 2013 19:01
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