My partner and I had an excellent Sunday lunch today at the Dog and Doublet. We hadn't been before and were keen to try it out, as we only live at cheadle. This is certainly a cut above the average local pub serving Carvery on a Sunday. The sunday menu at up to £19.00 for three courses was great value (one or two course options are also available for less). The choices were plenty but, if you're one of many that must have your roast meats on a sunday, you wouldn't be disappointed. If you like a bit more variety then, there is something to suit most tastes (yes, even the vegetarians)! It being Easter Sunday, it was full tables from start to finish, so booking a table in advance is strongly recommended. We were shown to a table near the bar to sit at our leisure, with a drink, while our table was prepared. We waited no more than 10-15 minutes, choosing our meals in the meantime. It was pleasant to see a restaurant that planned for a busy period with plenty of serving staff. There were one or two quite large parties and nobody seemed to wait excessively long for their food. All staff seemed quite pleasant and attentive, when required, coping well with the rush. We were not kept waiting between courses. The food was top notch, imaginatively served (freshly) and cooked well. You may want to order extra veg with certain dishes, if you like plenty of it though! All in all, a very pleasant experience in imaginative surroundings. I'd struggle to find many negatives. Possibly slightly larger portions, but that would be about it. We'll definitely be back!
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