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Was here on a Saturday night and we were the only people there. Selection of about 3 drinks. No music, just deathly silence. Owner cold and rude, as was the bar man. Just come in for a laugh at the massive photo of the queen...More
A trip down memory lane for my mate who spent many if misspent night as a youth at this bar.
The place is military lead with 1st and 2nd world war memorabilia on the walls and ceiling.
A piano is in the bar - I...More
SUCH a wonderful ambiance, so so British, Flags, War Banners, old Singer sewing tables to be seated at. The FOOD was amazing, we went with our British friends that live in CHESTER, they say that this is a Hidden Gem and that Richard has been...More
Beer had a terrible taste and when questioned staff just answered ‘that’s how it is’.
Considering the pub before Erskine Arms serve the same beer but tastes so so much better.
Avoid this poor customer serves.
We were walking the walls of Chester and it started to rain...it was just 12..00 Noon and the Albion was opening its doors. We went in for a drink and were looked after by a lovely young man called Gareth.
We stayed for lunch in...More
What a surprise, a pleasant old fashioned style pub that feels genuinely old fashioned in a good way. We only called in for beers but the place is welcoming & those eating were clearly enjoying their grub.