Harden's survey result
Occupying two converted Victorian shops, and sourcing produce from the owner’s farm in Macclesfield Forest, this appealing venue (with in-house baker) is “brilliant for Bollington”. It’s also “less crowded” than its more famous Didsbury sibling and “with easy parking nearby”.
Not as famous as its Didsbury sibling, but – if on limited feedback – this relaxed destination also offers “an enjoyable experience” with food offering “solid reliability and value”.
“A bit of a perennial” – this “informal” yet “polished” venue combines “fantastic service” with “reasonable prices, great wine, and food all locally sourced from their farm in Macclesfield Forest”; okay, so it “never seems to hit the heights of its (famous Didsbury) sibling”, but no one disputes that it’s still a “great local”.
An “informal” semi-rural venture that elicits decent feedback, though it's “not up to the high standards” of its legendary Didsbury sibling. (One reporter had a chuckle at their ‘Mill Workers’ lunch: “I don’t think my mill worker ancestors enjoyed such fare!”)
|Wine per bottle||£22.50|
18-20 High Street, Bollington, SK10 5PH
|Tuesday||11 am-10 pm|
|Wednesday||11 am-10 pm|
|Thursday||11 am-10 pm|
|Friday||11 am-11 pm|
|Saturday||11 am-11 pm|
|Sunday||10 am-6 pm|