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Moby Dick, West Kirby

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This is now a hideous Hickory Smokehouse place. Overrun with kids and if you just want a drink prepare to be shifted every 5 minutes because "that table is needed". Unless you've got kids stay well away. Go up to the Ring O Bells instead.
Windy_Miller - 29 Apr 2015 13:46
Has recently re-opened as 'Hickory's Smokehouse', an American diner.
My daughter went today. I asked her what it was like and she replied that she had a nice meal. But when I asked her what drinks were on offer she said she didn't notice because she had water!
No rating given.
wirraldrinker - 30 Mar 2013 18:44
Closed for what appears to be a major rebuild both inside and out.

wirraldrinker - 29 Jan 2013 15:56
Anyone visiting Liverpool should make an effort to pass a few hours in this marvelous place. When the tides out you can stroll around the yachting barrier pathway and when you get to the other end if you keep on until you go over a little bridge and look left ,you'll see the Moby Dick. It says Cheshire all over it, but that's not a criticism. Several people had told us it had a superb carvery, roast beef and all that at a very reasonable price and it was true but what I liked was the range of real ales and ciders ,after all that's why I was there
shouldersarms - 13 May 2011 16:04
On our visits to West Kirby we always make time to pop into the Moby Dick, and never have we been disappointed. Food fab, staff welcoming and it is a pleasant change to find clean toilets, quite a rarity in pubs these day!
MarieT - 3 Nov 2007 16:45
Everytime we have visited this pub, whether it be daytime or evening we have found the management and staff to be very welcoming and have always received excellent service.

The Moby Dick shows a wide range of sporting events and the live entertainment is always of a high calibre,and is thoroughly enjoyable by people of all ages.

This is a fantastic place for all of the family, the food is traditional,home made,excellent value and children are well catered for.

well worth a visit if you're ever in the area!!
ngraham_manchester - 2 Nov 2007 22:01
Stumbled upon this little gold mine by accident on a recent trip to visit relatives. Staff and management very accomodating and food excellent value for money. Will definately return next time we are in the area.
gordiboy - 2 Nov 2007 20:32
Tell me this and tell me no more: Is Capt Ahab's Cabin still 'Men only" on Sunday lunch times? Or am I betraying my age?
almost_an_old_git - 4 Jun 2006 09:27
Sounds contagious...practise safe drinking and avoid.
founddrunkinyourgarden - 10 Jan 2006 02:46

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