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The Lord Clyde

36 Clarke Lane, Kerridge, Bollington, SK10 5AH

(((() British
  •  - Cheshire
  •  - Cheshire
  •  - Cheshire
  •  - Cheshire
  •  - Cheshire
  •  - Cheshire
  •  - Cheshire
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  •  - Cheshire
Average
Main course: £10
Food spend: £25
Opening hours
Tuesday to Friday: 12:00 - 14:00 & 18:30 - 21:00
Saturday: 18:30 - 21:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 17:00.

Excellent standard of cooking. Every dish was great.

Dave Buxton 06 August 2017
from Prestbury

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An historic pub that has won a tremendous 3 AA Rosettes, The Lord Clyde is surrounded by the beautiful hills of the Cheshire countryside. Set inside two 19th-century weavers cottages, there are plenty of traditional comforts alongside the menu of bold British flavours.

The Lord Clyde menu is packed with creativity, and showcases the coming together of traditional British recipes with exciting modern touches. Pig's head and rhubarb with egg yolk and golden raisins makes for a flavourful starter, and there are international tweaks also, as seen in the duck egg with shiitake mushroom, pickled fennel and toasted hazelnut. Regional flavours are showcased in dishes like Danebridge trout with cauliflower, and there is a succulent 50-day aged rib eye that is a popular choice. On Sundays, hearty roasts are a popular attraction.

Inventive desserts are served at The Lord Clyde Bollington, such as the 70% bitter chocolate and blueberry with dehydrated mousse and rose. The wine list has been carefully crafted to pair up with the menu, and there is a good selection of beers and spirits also.

Combining celebrated fine dining with all the comforts of a rural pub, The Lord Clyde is a 4-minute drive from Prestbury Rail Station.

The Lord Clyde

36 Clarke Lane, Kerridge, Bollington, SK10 5AH

Contact +44 1625562123
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Customer reviews for The Lord Clyde

4.5 (((() (based on 44 reviews)
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  • dinner (34)
  • lunch (19)
  • romantic (17)
  • private dining (12)
  • value (8)
  • luxury (5)
  • views (5)
  • business (4)
  • trendy (3)
  • child friendly (1)
  • entertainment (1)
  • large parties (1)
  • (((** 10 September 2017 by Edwin Castle from Macclesfield

    Please note. This restaurant has changed hands and now operates as a pub with a limited food menu and lite bites. Chilli was good and spacey but not the al la carter we went for.

  • ((((( 6 August 2017 by Dave Buxton from Prestbury

    Excellent standard of cooking. Every dish was great.

  • ((((( 4 August 2017 by Will Spinks from Bollington

    Food was excellent. Very high quality with lots of taste. The 2 courses for £17 or 3 for £20 is an outstanding early bird offer. You probably need to order some sides with the mains.

  • ((((( 30 July 2017 by Geoff Inskip from Kerridge

    Friendly service, menu choices very good and our meals were delicious

  • (((** 11 July 2017 by Chris Harris from worcester

    Disapointing. Food lacked flavour and was expensive for what it was.

  • ((((( 1 July 2017 by Terence Dickinson from Ashbourne

    Everything great

  • (**** 26 June 2017 by Stephen Cullen from Warrington

    Booking was easy, we booked on the basis of a recommendation a while ago, it was my birthday so my wife booked the meal. We were really disappointed, it was a Wednesday, there were only three other diners, a few at the bar and a few passing cyclists. The rest of the restaurant was empty, which should have given us some notice. The menu seemed appetising, my wife's duck egg was not cooked, the white was jelly and the veloute was far from smooth and was stringy. My wife couldn't eat it, yet when the waitress/front of house picked up the dishes, she should have noticed it wasn't eaten, yet never twigged. My pigeon was OK, but not much of it, with shiitake mushrooms, needed to be a bit bigger.
    Then the waitress said to my wife that the chef wasn't happy with the mussels for her trout dish and asked if she would have an extra fillet. Again alarm bells should have rang. We asked for a 10min break, it was more like 20 but we were the only customers
    My wife's dish was not wonderful and the side of Kale was just drenched in butter. I had the duck, which was fine but the duck leg tortellini was poor, filling was fine but the pasta was awful. I had chips, which where too large , like battleships, could be better, the rest of the veg was Ok but not wonderful . Unfortunately we were not impressed, we subsequently found out later that the original chef had desperate, this was a two handed job, with the front of house and chef and no one else. Strangely and very British, I actually gave a tip. I believe that the Lord Clyde was seemingly great, but it has declined. The best bit was the beer, strangely good. Not a very nice birthday experience

  • ((((( 7 June 2017 by Andrew Slavin from Bollington

    Excellent food

  • ((((( 28 May 2017 by Kellie Vernon from Tytherington

    Tasting menu was fabulous - really enjoyed it. Excellent all round

  • ((((* 28 April 2017 by Lucy Davies from Singapore

    Good dishes, enjoyable evening

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