Open seven days a week
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
About The Yew Tree
The Yew Tree is a 19th century free house set in the idyllic village of Bunbury, near Tarporley, in the heart of the Cheshire countryside.
A regular home for locals, as well as those from further afield, the gem of a pub offers a warm welcome and a fabulous range of local cask ales as well as wines and spirits from around the world. The pub also offers delicious, locally sourced and home cooked foods to suit those looking for a memorable evening out or just a light bite.
Attractive pub in a very pretty village. Friendly staff, good service, good food.
Chips had obviously been cooked a long time previously, they were not crispy. The curry had no taste and the naan was so hard it was inedible. This was mentioned to the waitress who ignored it! The mushy peas were lukewarm
Great beer and food. Thank you.
Good to see the pub full of life again.
Lovely meal in great surroundings.
Beer was in poor condition with 2 different beers cloudy. Staff behind bar were not informative about beer quality and poor on service. (I appreciate they may very well have been new in their role). Waitress was asked about one dish and we were told something completely different as to what the dish was.
The service from the young staff was excellent, possibly over enthusiastic. For example we were asked 3 times by different people if we were ready to order pudding. Might be better if each table was served by a single staff member. The food was good though not exceptional given the prices. Nothing wrong with any of it, but the mains in particular were a little unexciting. The highlight however was the Creme Brulee with rhubarb which was exceptional.
We sat by the door to the outside and it was in and out by either the waiter or people coming in from outside The door was a continuous bang bang bang.My friend and my roast beef dinner was disappointing,too rare to start with and very thick beef and fatty and tough.The fish and chips were good and my husband said his beef dinner was ok Would not rush back to have a meal .
Arrived and took approx 5 mins to be acknowledged. Once seated staff were friendly. Started a we’re good. Crispy egg was the star but pate was under seasoned and sour dough was a bit soggy. Main courses were again underseasoned. I had the steak pudding which had lovely pastry and filling. The jus was very watery and tasteless. Chips were very hard. Partner had the lamb which was well cooked but could have done with a sauce. Mash was bland bar a few spikes of spring onion. Tomatoes were a weird addition. Deserts were lovely, sticky toffee the star. Appreciate it was opening weekend but food needs to be jazzed up a bit.
Nice food and decor, brilliant service but as it was not a very hot day and been seated by the garden door, it was not nice to have customers going in and out and leaving the door open. But apart that just perfect day out
Lovely pub,service was fantastic