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We had a great time at The Greyhound on friday, loved the atmosphere found the staff polite and friendly and as for the food some of the best we have had in a long time. The tapas was so inventive, loved the whitebait not found it on any other menu in chester. What can we say about the main course except fabulous, liked that most of food was locally sourced. Good selection of wine on the list. Will definatley be going back and taking the family with us.
We visited the greyhound on reccomendation from friends.we went to one of the new tea for tuesday evenings. American night!! all i can say is wow! the food was excellent and there was sooo much of it we coulndt move which in my boyfriends eyes is a thumbs up! for £12.95 and 3 courses you can not go wrong! they even had little american flags in the burgers which was a nice touch! the staff were very busy as the restaurant had a buzzing atmosphere but were very assertive and always on hand! we will be going back especially to try the british style tapas i have heard so much about and my boyfriend has his eye on the 24oz ribeye!!
Review of The Greyhound Inn, Posted on 30 Aug 2012 by Peter O’ConnorType
This is now the 8th time I have dined in this fine Inn. The food has always been of a very high standard and the service and atmosphere have both been excellent. I’m often in Liverpool and it is certainly worth travelling the 25 miles to dine here.
Making a meal out of satisfying Saughall ‘nibbles’by Angela Belassie
Published date: 12 October 2012
THE Greyhound Inn offers gastro pub food with an edge. The venue reopened its doors in summer last year,following a refurbishment of the iconic coach house.
The interior is pristine and welcoming, while the outdoors has a well-equipped children’s play area and several tables and benches in a lush field
for customers to use in fine weather.
We visited on what could be the last warm day of the year and were able to enjoy
the lovely, bustling outdoor setting.
The pub boasts an “irresistible” menu, prepared fresh every day on site by a chef using only the finest locally sourced produce.
It did not disappoint. We tried the novel idea of “British tapas”, which included 10 small dishes for £25.
Visitors can choose from a selection of meat, fish, vegetarian and “various nibbles”.
We ordered the hot Scotch egg, chicken liver pate, lemon grass skewered coronation chicken, soft boiled egg with asparagus soldiers, roast peach and Yorkshire blue cheese, lemon and garlic mushrooms, plaice goujons, smoked salmon hotdog with beetroot ketchup and potted brown shrimp.
I’d previously only ever eaten cold scotch eggs but instantly warmed to the tasty, hot
The boiled egg was nice and gooey, while the asparagus was cooked to perfection.
The salmon hotdog was an unusually presented dish, which in fact came in a brioche rather than a bun. It was a tasty nibble with a slightly crunchy texture.
Each plate was well presented and all together provided a filling meal for two.
The plaice goujons were perhaps a little too greasy for my liking, but I thoroughly enjoyed the tapas on the whole and would order them again.
My only complaint is I was too full to try one of the tempting desserts.
The tapas start from £5.75 for two dishes.
The pub also offers deals throughout the week, including ‘beef and a bottle’ on Monday, which is two rump steaks with a bottle of house red or white for £25.
There is also a gourmet burger evening on Tuesday, with a choice of burgers and toppings and a drink for £10.