Queens at Freehay
Gently civilised dining pub with real ales and attractive garden
The good pub guide review
This friendly pub draws in people for many reasons. Some come to enjoy the good food, but those who want a drink and a chat are made just as welcome. In warm weather, the attractive and immaculately kept little back garden is a fine place to sit among mature shrubs and flowering tubs. The neat rooms have some cottagey touches that blend in well with the modern refurbishments. The comfortable lounge bar has pale wood tables on stripped-wood floors, small country pictures and curtains with matching cushions. It opens via an arch into a simple light and airy dining area with elegant chairs and tables on tartan carpeting. Helpful staff serve Marstons Bombardier and Timothy Taylors Landlord on handpump and ten wines by the glass. Disabled access. Handy for Alton Towers.
The good pub guide food review
Interesting food includes mushroom, black pudding and cheddar melt, aromatic crispy duck, chilli chicken, Staffordshire pork belly, Moroccan harissa chicken, home-made beef and merlot pie, vegetable tagine, leek, potato and stilton crumble, Staffordshire oatcakes filled with leeks and bacon, and puddings such as mango crème brûlée and raspberry amaretti.
Queens at Freehay, Counslow Road, Cheadle, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST10 1RF
Weekdays: 12-3, 6-11
Saturday: 12-3, 6-11
Sunday: 12-3, 6.30-10.30