SHRUG OFF those icy Wintry blasts and head for some excellent comfort food in one of
Saddleworth’s great eateries.
Because Saddleworth residents are spoiled for choice with a wide and diverse range of
excellent, good-value pubs, inns and diners on their doorsteps
Offerings range from tasty, filling snacks to robust, full-blown, meals guaranteed to
satisfy the appetites of even the hungriest of diners – plus great offers for Valentine’s and
The Old Bell Inn and Restaurant at Delph for example, has been transformed into a
hostelry with a sumptuous and stylish future, thanks to its visionary owner, Phil Whiteman.
And diners will be able to plan their diaries by studying an exciting programme of events
for 2013 which are displayed in the brasserie and range from wine tastings to charity
Meantime, the legendary Rams Head, set in a stunning location on the moors above
Denshaw, has a really tasty treat for discerning travellers on the move with a new
lunchtime offering of a satisfying bowl of homemade soup and a belt-busting sandwich of
With log fires and homely stylish atmosphere, The Rams Head prides itself on locally,
sourced, quality food and excellent service.
This month, the newly-appointed Head Chef Alan Warrior and the team at The Farrars
Arms, Grasscroft, have developed a sensational selection of home made burgers with an
option to suit every taste.
Adding to the existing, quirky ‘Bloody Mary Burger’, there will be Chicken, Lamb and
Veggie – and even more special ‘Gourmet’ burger dishes are to be rolled out.
There’s Italian, The Spanish & The Mexican? And to top it all, there is to be a new
signature dish – not for the faint-hearted – The Farrars Ultimate Gourmet Burger which is
pictured here to tempt your taste buds. It looks amazing and tastes even better.
If you love great home-cooked food at fantastic prices in a warm and welcoming
environment then look no further than Grasscroft’s famous Farrars Arms. Food is served
daily from 12 – 9 (excluding Mondays).
Go and treat yourself to a fantastic burger from the new menu, or choose from a great selection of existing dishes and the ever popular Tapas menu too.
At the Printers Arms, Denshaw, classic pub dishes and exciting specials are served,
including Lancashire Hot Pot, steak, ale and mushroom pie, and roast belly pork.
Their team of highly qualified chefs, led by Martin Jones and sous chef Mark Britt, uses
fresh produce and a local butcher so highly quality food is always guaranteed.
On the main A62 at Scouthead, Ray Hicks, Saddleworth’s longest serving landlord, is
boosting the reputation of the Three Crowns Inn and Restaurant with an exciting new
range of dishes.
Of cheek, Black Sheep bitter pie, scrumptious Saddleworth lamb shank underpin the
Threee Crowns commitment to wholesome local food.