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The Lamb Inn, Sutton - pub details

Address: Hollins Lane, Sutton, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 0HL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7898) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Macclesfield (1.9 miles), Prestbury (4.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 9 users)
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The last reviewer said it all - outstanding menu with commensurate prices and highly efficient service. Specialises in game dishes (as its name suggests). TT Landlord, Wincle Poacher and Dunham Massey Deer Beer were the 3 ales on sale yesterday - I didn't try the Landlord but the others were in good condition. I guess at one point there were separate rooms but nowadays there are just partial divisions separating the restaurant from what is loosely a bar area. Very busy yesterday (as it was Easter Sunday) which meant the pub was quite cramped but I can totally understand their desire to serve as many customers as possible. We'd done some prior research using another website and left feeling that we couldn't have chosen better.
paul_d102 - 22 Apr 2019 20:32
New Landlord has wrested the pub from the talons of Punch Taverns so now it is a free house, under the name of The Sutton Gamekeeper. It is excellent. He has totally refurbished it and employed an astounding chef. The team working there are keen and efficient; they genuinely care about visitors' experience. Highly recommended: it is NOT cheap, but you really do get what you pay for. Thing is, as well as being an excellent eating place, it is also a super place to pop in for a beer, with a great atmosphere in the true meaning of a traditional 'proper' pub. Well done James - I for one am highly impressed. Keep it up and I truly wish you every success.
whothefox - 23 May 2015 02:46
Beer better kept now, and has a community atmosphere. Wish the new landlord all the best; it's obvious he genuinely cares about the place and is determined to give it his best shot.
whothefox - 20 Nov 2010 04:48
Just like to say that the old landlord has now departed and the pub has had makeover. The pub is back to what it used to be like , a good village pub with good beer, food to come and filled with locals and run by locals. Nice to see it back to normal, anybody wanting a decent pint, give it a try, you won't be disappointed.
thenextbigthing - 11 Nov 2010 10:48
Well after visiting the place quite a few times, it appears that the more critical reviews are correct - they've made a right sodding hash of it.
It may have helped if they had actually moved in, rather than commuting from Oldham to open. Closing Mon-Thurs and only opening Friday 7 - 10 wasn't the shrewdest idea.
I understand the landlady is ill, but she was before they took the place; what were they thinking? On speaking with him, he appears to be an idiot, complete with vacant wide-eyed naive gawp, like a child gazing at a fairground goldfish. I've not even heard of a decent pint there - all the ones I've had have been shite and the food was laughable... if you were observing other victims that it. Cut your losses and leave now. Do not pass 'Go'. Do not collect �200.
whothefox - 27 Aug 2010 11:02

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