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Dining out at the Ring O’ Bells pub Warrington


IF you are looking for a traditional family friendly olde worlde English pub for a meal out you won’t go far wrong at the historic Ring O’ Bells pub in Warrington.

Under new ownership and management the pub which is situated right in the heart of Warrington outside St Elphin’s Parish Church, has a fresh new look following a £100,000 investment.

While retaining its historic character the pub has been modernised and welcomes family dining at lunch times and evenings (Not Mondays), including Sunday lunches.

There is a fairly extensive menue featuring many pub classics and a bar which serves fine ales and wines.

For my starters I went for the juicy garlic mushrooms cooked in white wine and herbs served with a salad garnish – other choices included Soup of the day, Breaded Mozzarella sticks, Chicken Liver pate, Cheese/Garlic bread, Nachos, Calamari rings, Potato skins or Bells sticky ribs.

For mains I went for the traditional Sirloin steak, which was cooked to my liking and came with chunky chips, washed down with a very palatable bottle of Marques Del Atrio.

But there were plenty of other options including pub favourites including gammon eggs and chips, Lamb chops, various burgers and the Bells Belly Buster, which would satisfy even the largest appetite.

There is even an All day Breakfast option!

The diet went out the window as I was tempted by Sticky Toffee pudding with lashings of treacle sauce!

There is a big choice of Gluten free food and the pub is happy to cater for vegetarians and vegans

All in all a very satisfying meal and a great night out. If you are worried about parking don’t – the pub has an agreement to use Sainsbury’s car park opposite.

To make a booking call 01925 552920.


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