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The Plough Inn, Christleton - pub details

Plough Inn

Address: Plough Lane, Christleton, Chester, Cheshire, CH3 7PT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 9150) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chester (3.2 miles), Bache (4.1 miles), Mouldsworth (5.3 miles)

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just revisted this pub in new hands for the last 9 months, what a change just won its first award, great food big portions great price has a warm freindly feel with good staff real ale served outside has been done up and a new childrens area has been built kid friendly also let dogs in some rooms give it a try. i will be back soon
farmer1 - 7 Feb 2011 19:57
I agree Baz, I used to frequent The Plough daily and its not a patch on its previous..... Tend to use The Ring O Bells now, they have the chef from The Ploughs award winning days and a cracking management team with helpful and frienly bar staff.
Cherrytrees - 4 Sep 2009 13:50
I agree, 3 months out of action and the result is a hiddeous red carpet, rubbish beer, rubbish food (cooked by morons, I saw them fagging it out the back).
This site has parking for 50 cars, and a kitchen. Who is in control here? There's money to be made, come on Brewery, dont let this pub die, it;s our local, if you do it, they will come.
Baz.
zacstrummer - 1 Sep 2009 03:06
Returned to this once charming pub to dine on a Friday evening, very disappointed!
I believe the pub has recently had a change of hands. From gastro pub waiting on... to a 10 minute wait at the bar to order what tasted like microwave cheap and nasty frozen produce.
The ambience has completely gone if not dead everything is now painted white and brightly lit, the gardens look as though they have been a testing ground for nuclear weapons, where there was once chickens and pigs there is now scrap metal and wood, herb garden may as well be a nettle garden, as for the top garden you struggle to see beyond the overgrown grass, where there were once pretty hedge rows now lies half burnt stumps with ashes and nettles, what on earth happened here for it to reach such heights then fall so badly into the 'brewers fayre' category, 'at least another pub in christleton has started good fresh food produce'
claire_3213 - 5 Aug 2009 23:35
I too have only ever had memorable experiences at The Plough Inn... Amazing food and fantastic service in this enchanting "gastro pub."
I would strongly question any negativity from the self appointed food critics amongst us and urge you to try it for yourselves.
Cherrytrees - 23 Dec 2008 12:48

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