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The Black Horse Inn, Cronton - pub details

Address: 427 Cronton Road, Cronton, Widnes, Cheshire, WA8 5QG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34850) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hough Green (1.4 miles), Widnes (1.4 miles), Rainhill (2.1 miles)

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Four Topped Oak, Widnes (0.8 miles), Tavern, Widnes (0.8 miles), Manor Farm, Rainhill (1.2 miles), Ball Hotel, Widness (1.3 miles), Ship Inn, Rainhill (1.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Had an excellent meal in The Black Horse over the May Day Bank Holiday. The Sunday Roast was excellent. Beer good.
redjim73 - 3 Jun 2011 17:06
Visited the Black Horse this evening because we didn't fancy cooking. We have dined here many times before and overall it used to be a pleasnt meal. The last few times though have steadily got worse both in terms of service and food quality. I wasn't too happy about the barman standing chatting on his mobile while I waited to be served, only breaking off when another customer told him I was waiting. Then when the food arrived it wasn't very appealing, - Tasteless batterered dark meat Cod with frozen chips and a dessert spoonful of peas. Having eat most of the fish I found something sticking in my throat. At first I thought it was a fishbone but after extracting it I noticed it shining. It looked to be a piece of wire from a pan scourer. I showed it to the manageress and though she was mildly apologetic she refused to accept responsibility, blaming suppliers of the fish. Now I've never worked in a kitchen but at home I always wash fish before cooking, so I don't think blaming suppliers is appropriate.

We were both very disappointed with the meal and left wishing we'd stayed home and cooked.
The_Pub_Critic2 - 2 Oct 2009 00:34
This is a traditional village pub that has managed to retain some of its charm despite modernisation. It serves great, good value food - big fish & chips. The staff are friendly and helpful. Along with the Beehive (just down the lane) this is one on the ancient pubs of Cronton. Worth a walk out to it.
redjim73 - 31 Jul 2008 15:26

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