5 reviews of The Cherry Tree in English
Visited on Mothers Day this year and experienced the worst this place has to offer. Appallingly out of touch with reality. Arrived and was told there were no highchairs as we should have booked one beforehand. However, was not told this whne I booked the table and advised it was for 2 adults and 2 children!!
Next was the menu. Despite this being Mothers Day and a day for the family there was not childrens menu available. This is quite unacceptable, however, we were told they could choose from the adult menu and would be given a smaller portion. The adult menu was a set menu that consisted of pate, prawn cocktail or camembert for starters and stuffed chicken on the bone, spicy fish noodles and other delights for main. I am not entirely sure what they expected a 2 year old to eat out of these and nor could they tell me when I asked.
To top this all off they then expected me to pay full price for the children despite telling me the meals were the same as the adults meals just smaller!!!
Altogether appalling service combined with below average food made for a Mothers Day to forget. Steer well clear of this place. Would havew given the place zero stars but you have to choose 1 at least!!!
avoid sitting by the window as their will be a big pillar in the table, disabling one half of the table, seeing the other half.
dont expect your food to be hot either.
this place thinks it is something that it is NOT
The Cherry Tree is associated with the Oliver family. Love the glass conservatory. Comfortable dining, close to home. Offer 'specials’ to help those on a tighter budget. Situtated on busy road from Rochford to Stambridge. Plenty of free parking.
Situated in the middle of the Rochford countryside with plenty of parking and a garden area. They serve super food at very reasonable prices with a wide choice of vegetarian dishes etc. Drinks are always served well-chilled and clean and friendly pub. Ideal for groups.
This is a lovely pub and restaurant in a country setting. I don’t think the building itself is very old, but the pub is typical olde England with the restaurant in the conservatory.
The food is superb and the menu changes regularly to reflect in-season foods. In addition to the regular menu they have daily specials.
The service is also excellent. The waiting staff are really friendly and always happy to recommend a particular dish or arrange for something to be cooked to order i.e. pepper steak, no pepper!
I highly recommend this for a reasonably priced, low-key dinner. It’s in the middle of nowhere, but worth missing out a few glasses of wine with your meal in order to be the designated driver.
Reserve ahead, especially on a Sunday afternoon when it’s packed to bursting with people enjoying their roast dinner.
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