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Pedlars Wine Bar

40 London Road
Holmes Chapel
Cheshire
CW4 7AJ
Tel: 01477 544435
Fax : 01477 532667

E-mail : office@pedlarswinebar.co.uk
Website : http://www.pedlarswinebar.co.uk

Pedlars Wine Bar is located right in the centre of Holmes Chapel (opposite the Red Lion pub). It has been open for a number of years and is owned and managed by the Sutcliffe family. The premises have been converted from a former butcher's shop, and extended to form the existing bars and conservatory. There was recently another conservatory extension built in the spring of 1999.

The interior and the exterior of the wine bar have been converted and maintained to an immaculate standard. It is a most pleasant place to sit inside. Either the main bar or the conservatory built around the open side, looking into the patio garden which is used in the finer weather, are equally comfortable.

At weekends it is advisable to book as it can get very busy. Note especially that the rules of no children, smart casual dress code in the evenings and no trainers are applied with military precision.

The menu has undergone a number of transformations recently. Originally there was an extensive and fairly imaginative a la carte menu, then there has been a shift towards more traditional home cooked type of food (liver and onions etc). More recently the menu has reverted more towards the original. What is undoubted is the quality of what is served. Sue Sutcliffe would have ten fits if anything sub-standard in taste, texture or appearance came out of the kitchen.

The food is prepared from fresh and nothing is left to convenience. It might trade at the top end of the wine bar league but it is quality that is being paid for. In fact it is more in the restaurant rather than wine bar league.

Like all wine bars, eating isn't compulsory, it is possible to pop in for drinks, from the extensive choice of beers, lagers, wines and spirits. There is every reason for Pedlars to offer an excellent choice of wines, as the wine bar business is an offshoot of the family wine wholesale business.

Verdict - Worth a visit, you could entertain here without being embarrased, but don't bother taking the kids in the evening or turning up in trainers.

Update

Since this review was written Pedlars is now Open Sundays 12 - 3pm Serving Sunday Brunch, (Full English Breakfast, Smoked Salmon and Scrambled Eggs) plus the full menu.

Children are now allowed in until 7.30pm.

Pedlars also no longer close down for holidays, and did not close down for the full extent of the conservatory extension last year.  They only part closed in the day for 2 weeks and opened @ 5.00pm - 11.00 pm.

 

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Pedlars Wine Bar (Now Closed)

Total Score: 61%
Quality: Average
Service: Average
Facilities: Above Average
Ambience: Average
Value: Average

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