Pub and Bars in Mobberley

Plough & Flail
Paddock Hill

WA16 7DB | View map
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This famous Cheshire pub is a comfortable, modern, stylish yet relaxed venue, and a firm favourite with all our neighbours and local residents. We combining fresh ingredients with local produce to bring you a daily changing menu.

The interior of the pub is light and airy with unusual and sophisticated details. Our Wine Cube, Garden Room and comfy Lounge have received particularly high praise, and outside with a glazed canopy extending from the Garden Room out over the terrace you can drink or dine outside whatever the weather. We have installed permanent gas heaters both under the canopy and throughout the terrace allowing the space to be enjoyed even on cooler days.

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Sample Menu:

Small Dishes
Pea and ham soup with crusty bread - 3.95
Terrine of duck served with crisp walnut bread and chutney - 4.95
Warm Morecambe Bay shrimps with hot toasted muffins - 6.25
R.S.Irlands black pudding & Lancashire cheese tart with baby spinach and a soft poached egg - 5.50
Baked pork ribs in a savoury sticky sauce - 4.95
Cherry Orchard Farm new season Cheshire asparagus with hollandaise sauce (V) - 5.95

Flaky hot smoked salmon, crispy bacon and new potato salad with peppery watercress and horseradish - 5.95
Delamere Dairy goats cheese with black satin figs and an orange & cardamom dressing (V) - 5.50
Salad of home cured salmon - 5.95
The Plough & Flail luncheon plate - 10.50
Hand raised pork pie, boiled ham, pickled tongue and red Cheshire cheese served with pickles & chutneys

Traditional fish and chips with marrowfat peas & tartare sauce - 9.25
Lamb hot pot served with pickled red cabbage - 9.50
5 hour braised beef cooked in red wine with creamy mash,

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