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King’s Ransom

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Kings RansomBritannia Road, Sale, Greater Manchester M33 2AA
Phone / Fax: 0161 969 6006/9696776

A canal side pub, in the centre of Sale next to the local Metro Station and Sale Waterside Arts Centre, with a large beer garden and a pontoon with seating. Built only a few years ago in the style of an old fashioned pub with beams, nooks & crannnies; open until 2am on Friday and Saturday

Real ale: Greene King IPA / Old Speckled Hen / Abbot Ale + Guest ale. Cask Marque accredited
Food served, Children’s menu, Vegetarian options
Canalside Beer garden, Outdoor Bar (during summer), Non Smoking Patio Area, Barge/Pontoon
Real fires
Children welcome till 8pm
Events: Tuesday Quiz night. Thursday and Sunday Live music. Saturday DJ/Disco and occasional Theme nights. Every third Monday or Thursday night of the month Singles night ‘ Spice UK’
Disabled facilities
Car park
Free Wi-Fi
Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilet
Located on Bridgewater Canal; 3 Day Customer Moorings available for patrons
Catering for functions

King’s Ransom, 3.0 out of 5 based on 48 ratings
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5 comments to King’s Ransom

  • Barry Chapman

    My Wife, her mother and I want to The kings Ransom on Sunday 3rd. June 2012.
    My wife and her mother decided to have the cavery I elected to have the ribs from the main menu.
    My meal was described in the menu as a rack of ribs, not quite! It should have been described as a very small quarter of a rack of ribs! The so called cob of sweet corn was actually approximately one and a half inches long! In all not value for the price.
    The cavelry was indeed value for money I saw people with plates so piled up with food it was almost falling off the plate! But it was cold.
    My wife complained to a waitress she apologised stating the reason for the cold food was that it was late in the day it was actually 5.30pm. There were people still using the cavelry after us.
    When my wife complained another guest heard the conversation, he also told the waitress his was also cold.
    In conclusion.
    When a complaint is made a senior member of staff should be informed to deal with it.
    I would subject that the kitchen staff take more control over the serving of the size of the potions of the cavelry and sort out the heating of the food. Maybe somebody should go along to the Axe and Cleaver to see how it’s done!
    Don’t order from the main menu order the cavelry but ask them is it hot first.
    Complain if it is cold.

  • Olwen

    Took friends here earlier in the week. All seven different meals were excellent value for money, hly. Staff were friendly and helpful. Would certainly go again.ot and served prompt

  • Porter

    Meal cold. No tea ore coffee.No hand dryers in gents .Overall very poor.

  • Baumber

    We are on a canal holiday and moored here on our way from Preston heading into Manchester (family of 4), excellent staff, food and value for money. We would definitely stop here again

  • Stephen H

    I ordered a burger from here and when the food arrived I found a dazed dragon-fly looking bug sat directly on top of my salad. Needless to say I told the waitress who, when informed, said (and I quote) “Oh my shit”…

    Fortunately though, I am an avid bug-eating-lover, but the waitress insisted on replacing my meal. So whilst you do get extra value for money with regards to the food you receive, they do not actually allow you to eat the extras.

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