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  • new sagor restaurant: the best ,well put spice in your life ;

    by leeash Written Jul 27, 2012

    welcome with a smile, very friendly, ex dec, relaxing music feel at home above all delic food and prize ex value ,,dnt get push out very careing ..so tidy n smart restaurant very clean 5 star rated by oldham council ,,,always feel welcome.

    Favorite Dish: starter , chicken chat .....main lamb tikka tawa ...its a sizzing curry in jalfrizi style you could have it mild .med or hot so mouth watering ....

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    The Printers Arms: Lovely Food

    by Balam Written Jun 18, 2012

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    We went to the Printers Arms with my Mum and Dad before heading to Bergamo for EurMeet 2012. My mum had been a few times because they do a great Pensioners Meal offer.
    I had a lovely Steak and Ale pie with big home made chips and some veg. It was lovely!
    I would certainly like to eat there again,

    Food Served From Monday to Saturday 12.00pm till 9.00pm
    Sunday and Bank Holidays 12.00pm till 8.00pm

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    COSTA COFFEE: NEXT TO THE BUS STATION

    by alyf1961 Written Apr 16, 2012
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    This Costa coffee shop is right next to the town bus station. It was very busy as it was built onto a hospital

    Favorite Dish: A LATTE TAKE AWAY, I drank it on the bus whilst driving through the tranquil Saddleworth moor.

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    THE SQUIRE KNOTT: BEER AND A BURGER

    by alyf1961 Written Apr 16, 2012

    I had a beer and a burger here recently on a day trip to Oldham.
    One thing I like about Wetherspoons is that it is easy for a woman alone to go in for a drink or something to eat, nobody take any notice of you so it doesn't feel uncomfortable.

    The building where the Squire knot stands was originally built in 1969 for Lloyds bank.
    The name Squire Knot comes from a photographer shop which used to be at 55 Yorkshire street. The photographer (Knott) took a series of photographs of Oldham which were digitised and made into a panoramic photo of Oldham. This picture stands in the OIdham gallery.
    The pub was opened on December 12th 2008.

    Favorite Dish: This time I had a beer and a burger for £4.99, very good value for money.

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    THE UP STEPPS INN: ALWAYS A FAVOURITE

    by alyf1961 Written Apr 16, 2012

    I only had a coke in here as I had been to a nearby Wetherspoons for a burger earlier.

    Mon - Sun: 8am to 12am
    breakfast, lunch and dinner

    A pub of the same name stood here previously. The original Up Steps Inn was built in the 19th century and was demolished in the 1930’s. The pub got its name because the original “Up Steps Inn” entrance was above street level and there were stone steps up to the entrance. The original pubs licence was not renewed at the insistence of the police. It was closed down in 1935 and demolished soon after. The present pub opened on 25th March 1998.

    Favorite Dish: The menu is usually the same in all Wetherspoons and I have been in a few.
    The food is usually quickly served and well cooked and the staff friendly.

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    The Famous King George: Not Bad!

    by Balam Updated Mar 10, 2012

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    It had been years since i had been in this pub and i don't think i have ever eaten here before but one Monday when me and fellow VTer mickeyboy07 were looking for somewhere to go and eat we decided on here. Its a large pub and was not busy while we were there, they have a large menu and also a small lunch menu were you can get 2 courses for £5.95 which was really great value.
    I had Rag Pudding (came with chips peas and gravy) and Mick had a 5oz steak (came with chips and salad). for desert we both had Vanilla Cheesecake.
    It's certainly well worth the money!

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    The Colliers Arms: Great Rag Puddings!

    by Balam Written Mar 7, 2012

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    The Colliers Arms is my local Pub, It's only a 5 minute walk from my house and when i'm not of adventuring somewhere on my days off and Evan is home we will usually call in for a couple of pints.
    They have live music at weekend nights and various other events throughout the year.
    The only problem (for me) is that they only serve food on Friday Saturdays and Sundays when i am working so i can only visit very rarely :(
    The Rag Puddings are fast becoming Famous and you can order them for home delivery to put in your fridge or freezer. The food is good and portions are large, Some so Large that they even have a Man Vs Food competition!!

    Favorite Dish: You have to try the Rag Puddings

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    The Famous King George: Lunch time treat

    by mickeyboy07 Written Mar 6, 2012

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    This pub has had a lot of work done to it over the last few years all done to a high standard,modern but kept its local pub look.There is a long bar with spacious lounge area and other small rooms to sit and relax as well as a small garden area outback which overlooks the park.Food is served at lunchtime and in the evenings,the lunch specials are very good with a starter and main or a main and dessert for just £5.95, with plenty to choose from on the menu.Drinks are about average price with a wide range of draught and bottled beers,wines and spirits.Staff are friendly and the service is quick,the food quite good for the price.

    Open-monday till sunday:11am-11pm

    Favorite Dish: I had the 5oz steak for my main which comes with chips and salad,my friend had the rag pudding with chips and peas and we both had the vanilla cheesecake for dessert.Both meals were very good and well worth the money.

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    Hartshead Inn: Great Pub!!

    by Balam Updated Mar 6, 2012

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    The Hartshead Inn is a great pub just near Hartshead Pike above Oldham, There are some great views from here and on a clear day you can see the Welsh hills in the distance.

    One of my favorite pubs is the Travellers Rest near Caerphilly and i was suprised when i enterd the Hartshead Inn to see that it is the same chain (Vintage Inns), they have quite a few pubs in South Wales and i have now found out that there are a few near here as well.
    The Pubs are all in Old buildings with great character and the Hartshead Inn is no different.

    The building used to be a farm house and has some great period features with large wooden beams and wattle and daub walls. The menu is great and has tradditional pub foods as well as some specials and great offers.

    I have been a few times, the food is nice and the service always good.

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    Hartshead Inn: A fantastic experience

    by Myfanwe Written Feb 15, 2012

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    This fantastic Traditional Pub is situated high up on the hills above Mossley and Ashton-Under- Lyne. We visited on a snowy February afternoon after a lovely exhilerating walk to hartshead Pike - the landmark is just a stonesthrow from the Inn. Originally, the Inn was a farmhouse built in the 1800's, named after the Hartshead Pike monument. The Hartshead Inn is part of the Vintage Inn chain who are renowned in my area for providing great food in authentic surroundings., the Hartshead really did live up to this reputation. A great open fire welcomed us into the dining area & we were greeted by the friendly staff members. We took advantage of the Fixed priced menu which was 2 courses for £8 (Available Monday-Saturday til 5pm). I had beer battered mushrooms with garlic dip and Shepherds pie as the main course. Gareth had the Spicy sweetcorn fritters and crispy chicken. We both really enjoyed our meals and couldn't wait to spread the word about this little gem of a place.

    Favorite Dish: The Shepherds pie was lovely.

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    The Morning Star: Fantastic Food!

    by Balam Written Sep 13, 2011

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    The Morning Star is a fantastic pub restaurant that has recently had a change of management and some great refurbishments inside and out. The exterior certainly looks lovely with overflowing window box's of flowers while the interior retains a traditional pub feel.
    We came here after seeing some reviews in the paper and we were not disapointed.
    The food really is fantastic, they have a great menu that ranges from the traditional type of pub food to the sort you would expect to fing in a top class restaurant.

    if your in the Oldham area or anywhere on that side of Manchester it is well worth a visit

    For starters i had a lovely Sun-blushed tomato & Goats cheese Tart followed by a great Rump steak that has to be the best i have ever had in any restaurant. It came with some lovely beer battered onion rings and great home made chunky chips.
    After such great food we just had to finnish of with a sweet and after a glance at the menu it just had to be the Iced Manchester Parfait, Delicious!!

    I will certainly be visiting here again to try some more of there fabulous food

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    the Squire Knott: Excellent steak

    by mickeyboy07 Written Aug 24, 2011

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    The Squire Knott is situated in Oldham town centre and is a JD wetherspoons pub.On tuesdays they do an excellent steak and chips for a great price which has a free drink of your choice to go with it.Great place nice and friendly,good helpful staff make this one of the better pubs in Oldham to eat in.

    Favorite Dish: Steak Tuesdays,Steak and chips with salad and a beer for just ten pounds,cant be beat.

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    Clayton green: Simple but nice

    by mickeyboy07 Updated Apr 4, 2011
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    Situated near Oldham Athletic F.C.just off the A627 is this delightful pub/restaurant serving bevages and food off a large variety night and day,Special dishes such as two for nine pounds are pariculary popular,the place is well decorated,friendly staff and seperate bar seating area.

    opening times are-mon to sat 11am till midnight
    sun 12noon till 11pm

    Favorite Dish: I had the barbecue chicken with chips and garlic bread my friend and fellow VT'r Gareth(Balam) had the chicken salad,both meals were very nice.

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    Cafe Lahore: Indian heaven...

    by Myfanwe Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Cafe Lahore is a fantastic Indian Restaurant situated in the Centre of Oldham. Inside, the restaurant is spacious and modern with lovely murals and designs on the wall which help to provide a perfect relaxing atmosphere.

    The food here is absolutely delicious, you can choose a meal and then help yourself to the 'salad' bar in the corner. Here you will not find your typical salad but a range of delicious Indian flavours and sauces mixed with vegetables and salad. I'm afraid I took too much of a liking to the salad bar and ended up too full to eat my main meal :-(

    They do not serve Alcohol here but you can take your own if you want a glass of something with your meal or you can purchase non-alcoholic drinks off the menu.

    Favorite Dish: It was all really nice...

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    Cafe Lahore: The Home of Punjabi Cuisine

    by Balam Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The sign says it's the home of Punjabi cuisine and it certainly is (in Oldham at least).
    With a relaxing atmosphere excellent service and fantastic food this is a must for all food lovers. The waiter was most helpful and always smiling and the kitchen is split into 2 with the front section being were salads breads and sweets are prepared and is open plan so easily viewable (if your sitting the right way round) from your table. the main kitchen is at the rear and can be seen through a doorway. everything is clean and bright and there is always something happening.
    The Restaurant is not licensed so if you want Wines or beers you have to take your own but glasses and a bottle opener are provided (and it keeps the price down). non Alcoholic drinks can be purchased from the bar.

    There is also a Function room and they can provide outside catering for 20 to 1000 people

    Favorite Dish: The fish massala starter was lovely and the Bonus of a help yourself salad bar Containing lots of different sauces, fruits, vegetables both on their own and mixed into some wonderful combinations . Something that i have not seen in any other Indian restaurant.

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