We hadn't visited the Netherton for a number of years but decided to see if had improved. On the positive side, it is an attractive venue with a terrace on which to enjoy a warm evening and the Sauvignon Blanc was good. Unfortunately Lees beers, I find to be among the blandest I have ever tasted and this is from someone who grew up on Greenhall Whitley bitter. Forty minutes after ordering I asked for an update on the order to be informed that, although it had been put into the computer, it had "not gone through". I would have expected an establishment that cared about its reputation to have been offering a complimentary drink or sweet having made a gaffe of this dimension. Fifteen minutes later the order appeared: a reasonable curry with a small amount of rice and a greasy poppadom along with a rather tasteless flatbread with tomato and mozzarella. Disappointing and expensive for the pub food it was. There are plenty of good places to eat in Frodsham and I am surprised to find this one still open.
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