The Pheasant Inn has been named in Tom Parker-Bowles and Olly Smith’s “100 Best Places to Eat and Drink Outside in England” feature.
With so-called “Al Fresco April” just around the corner, guests will once again be welcome at pubs across the nation to eat and drink outside from Monday 12th April. But where can you enjoy an outstanding al fresco pub experience, worth every moment of the wait? Esteemed British food writer Tom Parker-Bowles and wine expert Olly Smith of Saturday Kitchen have combed the country for the finest establishments to eat outside, and The Pheasant Inn is flying the flag for our great county in the shortlist.
From hidden gems to national treasures, our inn is in fantastic company in the pick of the pubs. Representing Cheshire with its appearance on the list, with only two other pubs from the county making the cut, The Pheasant Inn stands out for its signature sweeping views. Known for our ‘different view of dining’, our inn comes into its own as the warmer months arrive and lazy afternoons in the sun are top of the to-do list. The renowned food and wine duo marked out our inn as “the sort of place you really want to linger” thanks to our spacious terrace overlooking the Cheshire plains.
Our AA Rosette-awarded dining in Cheshire also gets a nod from the pub-loving pair, who said: “the menu is full of pub classics, using lots of local produce, done very well indeed.” Known in the area for our love of local and provenance in our produce, we are delighted to be recognised for this on a national scale in the Daily Mail’s shortlist.
No doubt catching the eye of the pair with a penchant for pints, our inn is also recognised for its “top notch” choice of beers, from iconic Cheshire pours from Weetwood to internationally-recognised lagers.
The full list can be seen exclusively in Mail on Sunday’s 8-page pull out and on MailOnline.
Indoor dining reopens from 17th May, with tables available for online booking.