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King George, Hale - pub details

King George

Address: Moss Lane, Hale, Altrincham, Cheshire, WA15 8BA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10264) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://Www.thekinggeorgehale.co.uk

Nearest train stations Hale (0.8 miles), Altrincham (0.8 miles), Navigation Road (1.2 miles)

Brewery: JW Lees and Co (Brewers)

Pub facilities/features:
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Popped in lunchtime with a few colleagues - JW Lees pub so expect the ridiculous glass and mundane selection of ales - quiet.
kernott1 - 2 Oct 2013 21:37
This pub changed the tenants a couple of years ago and whilst the previous tenants were excellent, with the beer and food especially being brilliant, the present tenant is not a patch on the previous operators.

The licensee is about as miserable as you could get, the pubs filthy, the toilets are shocking and the food and service is terrible.

Itís my local pub and I use it occasionally out of convenience, but much prefer to walk into Hale and use The Railway.

The King George changes tenants every few years so fingers crossed the present incumbent will move on soon and someone will take it on who knows how to run a pub.

simon11 - 9 Jun 2012 12:32
Just been here for dinner. even though we were the only guests and there were more staff than customers the service was appauling. The staff were friendly but what a joke, i thought I was on candid camera!! Asked for cottage pie and was asked if i wanted mash potato or chips? Surely it comes with mash potato and yes I was told I could have veg instead of chips. I had a starter of whitebait which was supposed to come with tartar sauce and it didn't until i asked for it. Sometime after i finished my starter the lady came over and said i sorry i forgot about you "you should have shouted up"!!! Then when the two chicken dinners arrived the lady serving seemed confused that they had different veg to each other...we pointed out that this is because the menu states that they come with different veg and pointed out that the Chicken with the Ropsemary on it would be the "Chicken with Rosemarie (sic)" as it is called on the menu. My cottage pie came with chips and by the time she had bought it back my company had finished their dinner so i sent it back and went to settle the tab. The bar staff said they would knock off the price of the Cottage Pie how generous). The girl at the tillt hen tried to overcharge me as she couldnt cope with the simple maths. I could not believe what a joke this was, I thought I was in faulty towers. The lady then said she would knock off the price of my starter and when I paid I asked for a VAT receipt. The total cost was for £20 but the VAT receipt they gave me was for £6.15 as the food items werent itemised in the till. We were the only people in the pub. What the service is like when they are busy I dread to think. I won't be going back again unless it is just for a beer which was OK.
gourmet74 - 26 Apr 2012 15:21
JW Lees pub, so a few ales in addition to the same old crap lager.

Nicely decorated, reasoanble enough prices, good food. There's also a quiz machine, which is good fun for those who enjoy that. All round this pub is pretty good, although one or two members of staff seem to have a permanent cob on, it's generally pretty welcoming.

Prime location for anyone off to watch a match at Altrincham FC. I'd recommend this place first, then a pint in the club bar (away fans welcome).
Northern_Ale_Monkey - 18 May 2010 16:53
Popped in before the Alty v United XI game on Saturday (we won't mention the game).
Couple of nice pints (in a proper barrel glass) made to feel very welcome as was my 4 year old son.
Didn't seem to be too many people eating but will try the food next time I'm in.
Pleasant lunchtime pub for starting off an afternoon's football but not sure it would be the liveliest place to spend a whole evening

boddies_drinker - 21 Jul 2008 13:03

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