Lovely pub in Cheshire countryside. I had an amazing venison cottage pie and my partner a good tuna steak. Recommend either for quiet meal or family weekend affair. Good wine selection as well.
My family and I enjoyed an delicous meal last night at the Frozen Mop the staff were excellent.
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Our table was booked for 12.30 on the 16th September and although we arrived on time our table wasn't ready. We were seated at 12.45 our order was taken quite quickly. Our starters arrived 1.55 pm and at 2.30 I asked when our main course would arrive. It came at 2.45 and it was cold. I complained to the waitress and asked for the service charge to be omitted. There was no manager around just young girls with little or no training. Due to the standard of the food and the poor service the bill should have been reduced but there was no one with any authority on duty
We had heard mixed reports about the new Frozen Mop but went to try it for ourselves a couple of weeks ago. Although it was in the middle to the week, the restaurant was busy. The place looked fanatastic - a total makeover of the old Chef and Brewer style. What a pity that the food didn't live up to the new decor. The menu was unimaginative to say the least. Starters and mains were expensive,lacked any attempt at presentation and did not include vegetables or salad in many cases which was unacceptable given the price.. We also waited well over 30 minutes for our starters to be served and the same delay before our main courses arrived. We couldn't be bothered to wait for desserts. A lot of expense has been incurred in revamping the Frozen Mop and its a shame that the food is so disappointing. Everyone else I have spoken to locally is of the same opinion. There needs to be a big improvement if the Frozen Mop is to be serious competitior to its Mobberley rivals the Plough and Flail and Roebuck.
We visited this pub/restaurant on 30 Aug 2007 and people should know that it is no longer a Brewers Fayre but has had an extensive makeover and now serves delicious food. The menu is not very extensive but they are providing simple food which is well cooked. We both had fillet steak each of which was cooked as requested which is often not the case. The Mediterranean roast vegetables which we had with the steak were lovely. The service was friendly and efficient but not too over the top. It's not cheap but we thought it was good value for what we had. It's an old building in Mobberley but is now quite contemporary inside but it has been done sympathetically. We were there for our wedding anniversary but we won't be waiting another year to visit!