Address:

The Wild Rose
2a &1b The Triad Centre
Stanley Road
Bootle
Merseyside
L20 3ET
0151 922 0828


Hours:

Mon-Sat 11-11, Sun 2-10.30  


 

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The Wild Rose  

The pub which has been open since 1998 could do with a refurbishment, but was well maintained, the toilets were regularly checked by friendly co-operative staff. The pub had a pleasant atmosphere and got very busy especially on bitter. The pub catered well for disabled people and staff were quick to help as much as they can. The decor was that of an inner city pub, just basic tables, chairs, no fire place, could benefit from a larger no smoking area. The lack of music was more than made up for with the constant buzz from people laughing and joking. The bar itself was constantly wiped dry and staff were quick to serve often serving more than three people at once. Overall a very enjoyable visit. All cask ales offered were well poured and well looked after, staff were very knowledgeable about beers and offered a try before you buy scheme. Signs of spring was a very unusual ale (green in colour) but had a lovely taste, but by far and away my favourite was the Abbott ale. Many of the other ales available were guest ales, but this was served on a regular basis. The pub also offered the regular range of draught beers, spirits and bottles. Food is served here and was very nice, very affordable and delivered by polite and cheery young staff. I ordered a rump steak which cost ?5.99 with all the trimmings. The young lady who brought it out was very courteous wishing that I enjoyed my meal. Would definitely eat their again, all tastes are accommodated for. Food is served Monday to Saturday 11am to 10pm and Sunday 12pm to 9:30pm. Best about the pub was the friendliness of staff and quality of cask ales. the worst if anything was the decor, it could do with a refurbishment, but it wasn't too bad! (Mr. D. Smith)

Also try: Cat & Fiddle, St Martins House, Stanley Rd.


 

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beer, food, disabled access, beer garden, no smoking, vegetarian, train 

 

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Beers:

Greene King Abbot Ale
Badger Gold Champion Ale
Hook Norton Old Hooky
Stonehenge Signs Of Spring
 


 

Accommodation: 

Regent Maritime Hotel
58-62 Regent Rd, Bootle
L20 8DB
(0151) 922 4090.


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