Review on The Lord Clyde
A short drive from Macclesfield in the village of Kerridge, surrounded by the beautiful rolling hills of the Cheshire countryside, The Lord Clyde was originally formed from two stone-built weavers cottages dating back to 1843. Inside it's an intimate affair with a welcoming log fire, a bar that operates as a local watering hole and a small dining room where the food is a big draw.
The kitchen is tapping into the bountiful British larder for modern cuisine that showcases the highest level of skill, versatility and creativity. Diners can look forward to beautifully presented dishes in the shape of scallop and celeriac, smoked bacon dashi and sorrel or from the land wild boar and pineapple, Jerusalem artichoke and buttermilk. Main courses follow the theme with duck and butternut squash, wild mushroom and pressed potato or monkfish and Brussels sprout, parsley root and pork skin. There's equally tempting desserts to close the show with pear and coconut, white chocolate and wasabi or 70% bitter chocolate and plum, walnut and mascarpone.
The wine list has been carefully compiled to complement the flavours of the food and there's also a great selection of beers on taps, alongside Cask Marque accreditation ales.
The Lord Clyde is also featured in: AA GuideRate this Restaurant
Gastro pub / Modern British
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12,00 - 2.00pm Tue-Fri (12.30 - 5.00pm Sun)
Dinner: 6.30 - 9.00pm Tue-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card