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Dysart Arms

Bowes Gate Road, Banbury, Tarporley, CW6 9PH +44 1829337982

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  •  - Chester
  •  - Chester
  •  - Chester
  •  - Chester
  •  - Chester
  •  - Chester
  •  - Chester
  •  - Chester
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 21:30
Sunday: 12:00 - 21:00

Lovely meal, very tasty, good value, lovely ambience

Diane Koziarski 17 November 2015
from Chester

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Consistently recommended in a host of household pub guides, The Dysart Arms is a scenic village pub in Cheshire. 4-time winner of the Good Pub Guide’s County Dining Pub of the Year, The Dysart Arms is a relaxed, rural gastro pub setting.

Moroccan spiced lamb rump on The Dysart Arms menu is served with sweet potato tagine and tabbouleh, and keeps company with a flavour-packed Basque seafood stew with garlic bruschetta and saffron aioli. Classic British dishes feature chicken, ham and leek pie with grain mustard mash, while a selection of light bites include the vibrant roasted red pepper quiche with pesto potato salad and toasted pine nuts.

A picture-perfect garden and terrace at The Dysart Arms pub in Bunbury comes into its own in summer as a sun-soaked al fresco setting for barbecue and live jazz events. The pub boasts an atmospheric vintage interior of rustic exposed brickwork, local art pieces and a cast iron fireplace.

The Dysart Arms faces St Boniface Church, a 7-minute drive from Beeston Castle and Woodland Park.

Dysart Arms

Bowes Gate Road, Banbury, Tarporley, CW6 9PH

Contact +44 1829260183
Reservations +44 1829337982

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Customer reviews for Dysart Arms

4.8 ((((( (based on 4 reviews)
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  • dinner (2)
  • lunch (2)
  • romantic (2)
  • afternoon tea (1)
  • al fresco (1)
  • large parties (1)
  • value (1)
  • ((((* 1 February 2016 by Simon Lloyd from Nantwich

    Great country pub with nice atmosphere and hearty food.

  • ((((( 18 November 2015 by George Mann from Chester

    This is a period local pub set in the middle of a small picturesque village frequently used for film sets. The pub is opposite Bunbury Church as short distance from Bunbury Canal Basin.

    Arrived early before the wood burning fire was lit but it didn't take long to catch hold and the whole building atmosphere was warm, friendly and welcoming. Asked for a table in the light so we could see the food and wasn't disappointed. Excellent service, quick, efficient with presentation akin for a quality restaurant. Drinks served at the table. Menu changes regularly to ensure frequent visitors always have a good choice.

    We were able to use some of our vouchers from previous meals collected from this chain of restaurants, this is an excellent idea and should be continued beyond the closing date of 30 November.

  • ((((( 17 November 2015 by Diane Koziarski from Chester

    Lovely meal, very tasty, good value, lovely ambience

  • ((((( 4 August 2015 by Carl Wynne from Ellesmere Port

    Great service from start to finish. Exciting choices on menu and delicious as well. Pub grub no! Great value at £20 per person for starter and main. Would i go again yes.

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