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The Queens Hotel, Apperley Bridge - pub details

Queens Hotel

Address: Apperley Lane, Apperley Bridge, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD10 0NS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23439) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Baildon (2.4 miles), Guiseley (2.8 miles), New Pudsey (2.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.7/10 (rated by 6 users)
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user reviews of the Queens Hotel, Apperley Bridge

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This pub, where I had my first drink as a young lad, is now a restaurant called The Moody Cow. A pretty solid restaurant but it's a shame this pub actually shut down. It was quite well priced and had well kept ale. Most likely that lack of trade ended this pub as some weekends it would be quite dead on a night. I'm giving this a poor grade just because it's a shame it closed down.
Wezzielad - 14 Dec 2016 15:08
Really good home cooked food without the scarey bill at the end. Friendly staff and even my stepmother likes it so it must be good
Adr1ang - 9 Apr 2009 14:00
I took my mum for the Early Bird menu last night (25/3/09). At 6.30pm on a Weds there were a few others tables of diners in, and the pub was quiet (but not too quiet) & cosy & welcoming. We were given our drinks & menus straight away by the very polite waitress, who gave us just the right amount of time to decide before taking our order.
I thought the choice on the menu was great for just under a tenner for 2 courses. I went for the creamed mushrooms on garlic bread, followed by pork & leek sausages and mash - both of these were beautifully presented, very tasty, & you could tell the quality of the ingredients. My mum chose chicken liver pate with melba toast, then scampi & chips - she was very impressed with the pate in particular.
With a generous accompaniment of potatoes and veg (included in the price) we were absolutely stuffed, so although the desserts sounded amazing, we couldn't fit anything else in!
I would definitely go back there again for early deal as it is great value for money. The lights bites section also looked very tempting & reasonably priced (all around a fiver), so sounds great for lunch.
wellykitten - 26 Mar 2009 14:53
We visited the pub last night (18/04/08) as a group of 7. We were first in the pub for the Early Bird menu, and I was surprised by the length of time it took to serve us.
We ordered drinks and they forgot one.
We were left 20mins before they took our order.
Our son's order Nacho's with cheese and received Dorito crisps covered with cheese. For main course the chips were dark brown rather than golden, I order Steak & Kidney pie and played find the kidney. Our son had lasagne and it cam dry and bland. For desert I order Jam Roly Poly and custard and received the equivalent of a small 1cm deep piece surrounded by custard in a dirty bowl, our son's and hairs in. We returned them to receive back the same size serving with cold custard.
some of the dishes were good but these were awful, on paying the bill I asked to see the manager to complain, his replies were we have other customers to serve, we were first in, and he felt 20mins was reasonable waiting times. I questioned him and he walked off and stood at the end of the bar sulking, with a waitress assuring complaints are taken on board. As for his response, I felt like Gordon Ramsay as if he spent more time serving customers rather than laughing and joking with the waitress's he may build a decent business. For us it will be a long time before we return.
andy_idle - 19 Apr 2008 12:13

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