The Crag Inn, Wildboarclough, April 2017

It’s another Peak District pub post. We are in the Cheshire bit of the Peak District once more, in the small village of Wildboarclough in the Macclesfield Forest. Our walk today took us past The Crag Inn, so we popped in for lunch.

This was a pint of Beartown Best Bitter, a good solid bitter.

Lunch next. Whilst we were enjoying some spring sunshine, the kitchen were working overtime with a busy Sunday lunchtime stretching out ahead of them. As well as the usual Sunday roasts they were also serving soups, sandwiches, burgers and more. Big queues at the bar, but we managed to get our orders in and they come out reasonably swiftly. A posh KFC – fried chicken goujons in a bun with some salad, sweet chilli sauce and good fat chips, but once again I have to say we want plates!

We were also visited by a very friendly pub cat who was in search of fuss not food, and rewarded us with head boops. A pleasant pub lunch in the beer garden on a sunny April Sunday afternoon. A nice pub in the middle of a very quiet little valley. Walker friendly, so definitely good to arrive on foot.

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