The Bear's Head (Brereton) Reviews
Newest Review: ... the roof and mused on how nice it would have been to have eaten in the garden if we lived in the type of place that hadn't imposed a hose pipe ban just a day or two before it started to rain daily and solidly for several weeks. I was a both reassured and a bit worried to see so many customers heading into the Bear's Head - reassured that it couldn't be too bad and worried that we might not get a table. Alison finally rolled up just before 8 pm and we headed inside. Neither of us had much idea what to expect and we were pleasantly surprised (and relieved) to find that it was not a spit and sawdust pub or a 'Slaughtered Lamb'. In fact, to be ... more
Customer The Bear's Head (Brereton) Reviews (2)
by - written on 31/01/11
Went yesterday for an early Sunday dinner (6:30pm). There were no roasts left. There were no Specials left on the board, a lot of the regular dishes weren't on, and there was only one vegetarian option. We waited a long time for the 'table service' drinks so went to get some, but there wasn't anyone behind the bar.Wouldn't recommend. I would've emailed them instead of whining on a review site, but couldn't find their email address.In fairness, the food and drinks were good (we were lucky the vegetarian liked their only option) Rob
by - written on 09/08/10 (Very useful, 212 readings)
I haven't seen my friend Alison for a few months. Her Dad's been very ill and she's been away helping her Mum to look after him so we've not crossed paths since April. We were long overdue to get together and decided to meet for dinner. We usually meet in Knutsford to take advantage of the great choice of different cuisines available but on this occasion she ruled that out because the Tatton Park RHS Flower Show was in full swing and the area around Knutsford would be gridlocked. She suggested somewhere in the Holmes Chapel area and set me the task to find a venue. I've been living a few nights a week in Cheshire for over four years now and I've got to know ... Read the complete review
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