The Coffee Tavern

The Coffee Tavern


0.5 miles
Shrigley Road, Pott Shrigley, Macclesfield, SK10 5SE
Found in the tiny Cheshire village of Pott Shrigley, The Coffee Tavern is a genuine curiosity. Built in 1887 to celebrate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee and originally a lending library, this charming restaurant was transformed into its current guise 18 years ago. It has seating for around 30 diners and offers a range of hearty meals, with a selection of specials chalked up on a large board.

We began our meal with mushroom and broccoli soup, and smoked salmon with brown bread and butter. The soup was deliciously earthy while the salmon came as a generously sized portion; it could almost have been a meal in its own right. For the main course I chose steak and kidney pie - hearty and delicious - while my companion opted for the corn beef hash. This had a thick potato topping and a satisfyingly spicy base.

For dessert we had the rhubarb crumble, served with piping hot custard, and a slice of Dutch apple pie, sweetened with liberal sprinklings of raisins. As the name suggests, the freshly brewed coffee was superb and proved the perfect ending to a very satisfying meal indeed.
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