We had been out for a meal in Chester and thought it was to early to go back to our Narrowboat so called in here for a drink. I wish we had not done so. I ordered two glasses of wine. I asked for a...More
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Called in for a bite and a pint. We found very friendly staff (I cannot understand a earlier review) good Sam Smith beer, decent sandwiches.
This a typical Sam Smith's pub. Very friendly people, excellent bar staff who readily enforce Sam's 'no swearing' rule. Clean, quiet with good beer thrown in. Well worth a visit.
The Falcon Pub in a city with so many classic pubs has to be in the running for one of the best pubs in this gorgous city. This is an ancient tavern ,walking in and you can feel the history,exposed wooden beams throughout the pub...More
Called in here on a whim for refreshment after a while wandering the shops. The cask Sam Smiths ale was a superb drink and surprisingly cheap. Glanced at the food menu although not taking part, and that do looked very reasonable. The people who were...More
Any visit to the historic city of Chester is not complete without calling in here! This hostelry is an oasis of no music and no incessant sport on tv! Then, this is a Samuel Smiths pub, so all the ales, lager and beer are pure...More
Whilst there is no doubting this is an elegant picturesque pub with a good atmosphere and friendly staff, it is the quality of Samuel Smiths Real Ale that lets it down. A once great beer now a shadow of its former self. The pub has...More
The staff were very friendly, but we were disappointed with some of the architecture within: having been told such a lot about the internal reconstruction, Parts were worth seeing from an historical point of view but others could have been mistaken for a Wetherspoons! (sorry)!...More
Quick bite to eat for lunch and we were welcomed into a lovely traditional pub. The food was nice and they had a great selection of drinks. If you like a pub that sells traditional ales and beers instead of the usual types, then this...More
After hearing this place was haunted by Molly the ghost and from previous recommendations we went for a quick drink to cool down. The pub was so quiet, there were people inside but you could hear a pin drop which we enjoyed as in other...More