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.
Back to its earlier standard, albeit under new management. Excellent!
Second visit, having been here in early December, whilst staying locally, cottage we were at don’t recommend this pub as previous bad experiences were fed back, we found on both occasions staff polite and efficient, food was excellent, a little pricey but worth it, did feed back to cottage that our experience was the opposite of what they’d been informed.
I can not speak more highly of our entire experience at the Yew Tree. The staff could not be more helpful or accommodating & the food was beautifully presented & absolutely delicious. Excellent value for money - can’t wait to go again!
Lovely Sunday lunch in the garden, will definitely be back
Perfect way to end the week.
Excellent service & delicious food
The cod was delicious!!
Wait staff need to be trained!
Best meal that we’ve had in ages! Very good service and we certainly plan to visit again soon.
We had a great time on Sunday, food was very good and felicity our waitress looked after us superbly and is an asset to your establishment, can’t wait to return. Simon Reeves
Our 1st visit here for a very rare date night. I have a hazelnut allergy and ordered the brioche bread pudding for dessert. The menu stated brioche custard and vanilla ice cream however it arrived with chocolate in the brioche. Experience has given me the knowledge that generally this is a nutella style chocolate. I asked the waitress to check but when she came back to me she was very unsure so i asked her to double check. On her return she was still very unclear and I asked clearly again did it have hazelnuts in it and her reply was no......I don't think so. I decided not to eat my dessert due to the uncertainty but my husband did. I'm not sure how the kitchen staff couldn't clarify if it did infact have hazelnuts in it or not if all your desserts are home made as stated on the menu? I also feel the waitress might need a little more training on allergens and ingredients and are able to locate this information in a speedy and accurate fashion.I did bring this up when we came to settle the bill and pointed out the menu needed to be more clearer as if it had been I would of checked tyr ingredients before ordering. The gentleman did agree and also said they couldn't guarantee no hazelnut traces of which I tried to explain I wasn't asking for that but did it infact contain hazelnuts. The gentleman immediately offered to take the dessert off our bill which was very kind but as my husband had eaten the dessert we felt it was only right we paid for it. Aside from this we thoroughly enjoyed our date night and will return. Kind regards Sam & Kevin Belben.
We eat out a lot and we really did have a lovley new here. The device was impeccable, the welcome was warm, the speed of things was brilliant. The food was delicious. My only constructive critique would be to train all staff on the wine list. The young waitress who served us didn’t know the wine list when we asked
A very pleasant evening. The menu is quite limited but all our party found something that they could enjoy.
Clean, friendly, welcoming. Great to sit near a warm fire this weather. Portion size perfect. Dietary issues accommodated no fuss.
We enjoyed our meal: it was clearly excellent value with 50% off food. The food was good, and service was pleasant and efficient.
A brilliant time. Thank-you
Food was excellent service was quick will definitely return.
Excellent, as always
It’s a real shame that the offer of 50% off all food in January was put in place after the ridiculous price rise on the menu. I’m sure this is because it’s supposed to draw people in but in reality you aren’t saving much. In fact I’ve been twice in January and the price of the steaks rose by £4 in a two week period. Staff were slow to take orders and generally a couple of staff were frosty. I’m not sure how it’s possible to keep pear crunchy in a crumble and with it being chopped so finely I’m truly amazed. Oh and the mussels were out of stock by 7.45 on a Saturday evening, which is just a gripe as I’m sure it’s a popular option.
We went when there was a 50% offer on so it was good value. I don’t think I could justify paying full price for a pub style meal. The food was very nice, but the vegetables especially were delicious - I could have eaten just them without the meat! Would like to see a wider wine choice on the menu as the bottle I would like to have chosen was £60 - a bit pricey mid week! I have previously tried two other of my typical style wine but have not been impressed with them.
We all enjoyed it and it was a good experience. Friendly staff and tasty food.
fantastic village pub with a big atmosphere...great staff and great food...!
Great service, friendly staff, great food, lovely atmosphere. Thank you for a lovely evening.
Very friendly, helpful staff & enjoyable, very tasty food. Icing on the cake was the cost with 50% discount on the food! Will definitely recommend to our friends & will visit again.
Well looked after, very relaxed and lovely food.