The Red Lion, Bradley

1JKz

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Recently had a meal here.


Ordered: Apulian mushrooms on toast and the Grilled tomatoes, fresh avocado and pesto on sour dough.
Followed by Vegan ‘pulled pork’ style burger, sweet potato fries, slaw and the Butternut squash, spinach and chick pea curry, coconut rice, naan.


Delicious!


I wanted to try the 'To-fish' and chips but it was either sold out or off the menu.
I'll just have to go back some other time.



All in all, lovely place to go, great food and the staff were nice.
 

Mikinton

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We're planning a visit, probably one lunchtime.

We had our wedding reception there 35 years ago, and as we've not been there for maybe 25 years, it's about time we went back.
 
I've been wanting to try the Red Lion in Bradley for a while, Hopefully be going there end of this week for a birthday meal. Looking forward to it :D
 

ChrisLewis

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From a pub facing closure to being listed as an asset of community value with the support of the Parish Council & CAMRA and now recently winning both recognition from CAMRA as pub of the season & Michelin Plate award, I’d say The Red Lion is starting to regain its #ROAR

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1JKz

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From a pub facing closure to being listed as an asset of community value with the support of the Parish Council & CAMRA and now recently winning both recognition from CAMRA as pub of the season & Michelin Plate award, I’d say The Red Lion is starting to regain its #ROAR

Well done team Lewis!
 

Tilly

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My mate who lives in Bradley reckons this pub is for sale, has anyone seen it advertised for sale?

My understanding was that the Moat and Dog hotels only were being retained

But I'm not even in the country now so I maybe out of touch
 

Noah

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My mate who lives in Bradley reckons this pub is for sale, has anyone seen it advertised for sale?

Not being offered by the agents who are handling the Bank House, and haven't spotted it elsewhere. Wouldn't surprise me though
 

Gramaisc

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The Red Lion says :-

"It is with a heavy heart that we have to inform you of the temporary closure of our kitchen at The Red Lion from Friday 8th October 2021.

As some of you may already know, our Head Chef, Stuart is leaving us this week to move on to pastures new. Stuart’s been a long standing member of the team both here at the Lion and the wider Lewis Partnership for over two decades. He’ll be sorely missed but we wish him all the best in his new role.

We were pleased to have quickly secured a new Head Chef, who was supposed to start work with us today. However, frustratingly, that individual has let us down and won’t be joining the team.

We are therefore left in a position where it is not possible to run our kitchen operation without having a detrimental impact on both the quality and service we provide as well as the well-being of our existing team members.

Our reservations team are in the process of contacting everyone with bookings impacted by this and we are working hard to recruit and reopen our kitchen as soon as possible.

The bar will be open for drinks only Wednesday to Saturday 5-11pm and on Sundays 12-7pm.

We look forward to welcoming you back to The Red Lion very soon and appreciate your understanding at this challenging time.


P.S. if you know of anyone who might be interested in heading up our kitchen team please get them to drop us an email with their CV to humanresources@thelewispartnership.co.uk "

 

Mudgie

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From a pub facing closure to being listed as an asset of community value with the support of the Parish Council & CAMRA and now recently winning both recognition from CAMRA as pub of the season & Michelin Plate award, I’d say The Red Lion is starting to regain its #ROAR

That's good news - but do you have an interest to declare here ?
 
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