amazing interior beautifull restored very poor beer selection , just big nationals and also some lacklustre localish brews big bog(tastes like its made in one...)fairly poorly kept, it used to be brilliant under the last manager(guy who sorted the restoration, john O’Dowd) but is trading on past glories and stolen valour I was served by a very rude older gentleman which im sure coloured my review....
Great and interesting interior wise, we sat in the saloon and enjoyed our time here, always some new and interesting details to be uncovered by the visitor. Good selection of real ales as well, made this one of my top pubs in Liverpool
Visually, the best pub on my recent trip to Liverpool, an unspoilt Edwardian gem with lovely old rooms, the saloon being especially outstanding. Not the best selection I have ever seen, but the Porter I had from a Welsh microbrewery was served well and I found it to be tasty enough. Service was excellent and you are right next door to Moorfields station.
North of one of Moorfields Station entrances on Chapel Street, this heritage pub has a lovely Victorian saloon styling to it around its central serving area which is a reason to come here in itself. The main bar faces the exterior glass windows of this corner pub and this is where you’ll find the considerable row of real ales, half of which will rotate and you’ll find some decent options here if that’s what you venture in for. There is a serving hatch for the back of the pub where the lion share of tables are chairs are situated, all of which are still in a traditional pub style, although perhaps not quite as period in look as the bar area, however very comfortable and atmospheric all the same.
A lovely interior and from where I sat I could see the impressive old railway station across the road! Beers wise more on offer than most pubs and I picked up a few new ones, in good condition. A good pub.
A street corner pub located next to the Moorfields station in the business district of Liverpool. It’s a classic, well-kept British pub with great Edwardian interiors, including mosaic floors and small window screens, going back to the early 1900s. The public bar is surrounded by a corridor and two rooms. Eight different cask ales on display, among them a house beer from George Wright. Friendly service and atmosphere. Crowded on a Friday eve (30.01.2015).
Nice quiet pub attracting the after work crowd. A good pub for a quiet pint, didn’t fill up too much but a good small crowd enjoying a few beers. Small beer selection from regional breweries and a couple of mainstream ciders available.
A fairly charming old boozer with lots of ornate decor. The beer range isn’t spectacular but you can get a well-kept sessioner in here. Good value to begin with and they also have a CAMRA discount. Friendly staff. A decent option for this area of Liverpool.