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Albert's Corner, Crewe - pub details

Address: Prince Albert Street, Crewe, Cheshire, CW1 2DF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 44744) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Crewe (0.6 miles), Nantwich (4.3 miles), Sandbach (4.5 miles)

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user reviews of Albert's Corner, Crewe

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Had a change of ownership recently, and has morphed into a sports bar. Now only sells Green King IPA and Doom Bar. Still does food, but I refuse to drink / eat here any more.

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Martinsh - 10 Feb 2018 22:02
Decent ale with a feel of the wetherspoons but food extremely better. Worth a visit.
Caskales - 7 Sep 2015 12:46
Went back last Sunday to try the food. Just couldn't resist the Panfried Sea Bass. It was expensive (£7.95), but absolutely gorgeous ! Was quite substgantial for a starter as well. Only slight critism is that it was served with a pea and chorizo risotto, the strong taste of which was a bit overpowering for the fish. But, hey, this is a pub review site - not Egon Ronay's gourmet pseuds corner !

As far as beer was concerned, the two Woodlands had gone, and been replaced by Salopian Darwins Origin. [ I am told they rotate between several local breweries ]
Martinsh - 1 Jul 2015 15:20
Was previously called The Waldrons, but the chain it was part of went bust a couple of years ago. Was closed for a while, but reopened about a year ago as ALBERTS CORNER.

I didn't think much of it on my first visit, however I went in again recently and was much more favourably impressed ! Almost all the old seating has been removed and replaced (mainly) by individual chairs / tables in a more upmarket style. Overall number of seats probably less – more comfortable.

There were 4 real ales on tap again, but more interesting this time. There were two “bitter” type beers from Woodands and 2 dark beers from Titanic. Not a golden ale in sight – hooray ! After agonising for ages, I eventually decided on the Titanic Stout and it was very nice indeed.

The food range is expanded as well, with separate menu cards for light bites, mains, desserts and afternoon teas (!). The prices aren’t cheap (£5-8) for light bites, though some of these like “pan-sauteed sea bass” sounded anything but light. I’m still suffering from lack of tooth (see Old Poets Corner, Ashover !) so I didn’t eat, but will definitely do so on my next visit and report back.

Also in the running for Best Barmaids in Town – if you ignore the blue hair !

Oh yes, it does 10% CAMRA discount as well – and beer prices were lower than I remembered as well (£3 a pint before discount).

7/10 – could well become one of my favourite haunts.

Martinsh - 26 Jun 2015 21:48

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