Nestled in along The Village in Prestbury is The Legh Arms, one of the oldest and most historic pubs in the region. This rustic space is full of charm, and contains its original features including open fire along with inviting bar areas. Of course, it’s the menu that’s the main drawcard and it’s not hard to see why. Serving up hearty home cooked British fare using local and seasonal produce, you’ll find all your favourite British classics, with everything from fish and chips with mushy peas to gammon and eggs and pork belly with all the trimmings. Not too far from Macclesfield, The Legh Arms is perfect for relaxing over a pint and a meal with friends or the whole family, so why wait? Book a table now!
The Legh Arms is one of those pubs you’re just guaranteed to have a great night in. One of the most prestigious spots in the area, it’s rustic interior makes for the ideal spot for a cosy meal or long, relaxing night by the fire with good friends. The menu is traditional with a Legh Arms twist to it, and the talented team have taken your favourite British dishes and added a little flair, making this Prestbury spot a cut above the rest. Along with real cask ales, continental lagers and an enticing wine list, it’s no wonder folk travel from Manchester to Macclesbury and all over the region, just to visit this delightful pub.
We recommend starting with the trio of mackerel, with pan-fried, smoked and brined mackerel, fennel, cucumber, radish and horseradish yoghurt along or the curried cauliflower with roasted and creamed cauliflower, onion bhaji, apple and coriander. For the main, perhaps opt for a courgette spaghetti packed with asparagus, peas, puffed buckwheat and truffle, or a succulent rib-eye with hand cut chips, tomato and mushrooms cooked to perfection. Whatever your choice, The Legh Arms, out of Maccklesbury is guaranteed to delight – just be sure to book though, as this Prestbury spot is certainly popular.
First visit to the Legh Arms. Highly recommend, great service and fine food set in a lovely old pub with great atmosphere. We had the steak night special, two steaks and a bottle of wine £25 exellent value.
The food we had was excellent, me and my wife had the hake which was cooked beauitfully. For the dessert we had the prestbury mess, which was just divien.
Great pub with really good food and wonderful atmosphere. Although it was very busy, the staff were still very helpful and friendly and nothing was too much trouble.