The Cheshire Cheese Hotel, Buxton - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5291) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Chain: Pub People
- Live music, Sky TV, Big screen
- Pool table (Two)
- Food served
- Outside seating, Car park
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|As excellent as you would expect of any pub that plies Titanic ales. The Plum Porter was divine as usual and various others were on including Iceberg and Steerage - a very harsh quibble would be to highlight the lack of the brewery's Dark Cherry, Raspberry Wheat Beer and Chocolate and Vanilla Stout on the day we were there. Some great guest ales too and the full Titanic range is available to buy by the bottle along with Plum Porter chutney. To top it off, a steak and plum porter pie was carried off with brio - all human life is here and it's worth travelling half the length of the country to visit - which we did.|
BoehmBawerk - 11 Dec 2016 19:10
|Great home cooked food an excellent range of ales. The girl behind the bar was a bit miserable so a point off there but overall fantastic.|
T.Jones - 1 Sep 2015 09:07
|Excellent and popular pub. Wide selection of good beers mostly from the Titanic brewery--which I'd not come across before. |
Good food; I had a nicely done steak and chips (and the chips looked like they really had once been potatoes) and while it does good food it hasn't forgotten it's primarily a pub. Serving beer.
Royed - 18 May 2015 18:55
|Went to Buxton today for the football and found this pub via the good beer guide, a comfortable pub with friendly staff and a good selection of real ales in excellent condition, i didnt eat but the food being served looked very good, an excellent pub well worth visiting and one i shall certainly be returning to.|
bellevueace - 7 Mar 2015 20:23
|Without a doubt the best pub in Buxton, 10 real ales on with 6 coming from titanic brewery. The food is also reasonably priced and the staff are welcoming and friendly. The only problem I have with this pub is its not close enough to Buxton town centre. It's really worth the walk and if you like your real ales you should make this a must visit.|
Caskales - 17 Jun 2014 15:56
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