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Colliers Arms, Kings Moss

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More well known for its food (which *is* excellent) than anything else, and nothing particularly special inside or out. A rather more down to earth place than the average rural foodie pub, so I do retain a soft spot for it.
JonNgog - 12 Jan 2018 12:33
Another foodie pub in the lovely rural village of Kings Moss. I think I was the only person there just for a drink and there were no tables available. So I didn't hang around for long. But they do have 3 ales which were Black Sheep Best Bitter, Greene King London Glory & West Berkshire Good Old Boy. Food smelt nice. Nice pub. But more of a restaurant than a drinkers' place.
blue_scrumpy - 7 Jan 2016 21:27
Took my wife and grandson for a meal at this pub, It is an ordinary looking pub but we were surprised when we tasted the food it was excellent, just to make sure we paid the pub another visit and nothing had changed the food was excellent.
The staff were great very friendly helpful,I hope this pub keeps up the tradition of home cooked meals and good beers, we are planning another visit soon with some of the family so i hope the consistency continues.
rifleman - 29 Jun 2014 20:18
First time visit this afternoon and certainly wasnt disappointed. Fantastic pub which is in the small village of Kings Moss, on the Lancashire/Merseyside border. Accessible about a mile or so from the Rainford Bypass. Small cosy pub with open fires, a good range of beers on tap and the food was the best sampled for a long while. The landlady was very friendly as were the rest of the staff. My only small gripe (and it is only a very small one) is the size restraints as in some instances you feel too close to the persons sat at an adjoining table, but please dont let that put you off. This is a cracking pub.
Scousefire - 14 Oct 2012 19:12
A proper pub with a main bar serving two rooms with other rooms away from the bar. Used to cycle all the way up here manay moos ago with my brother before his sad demise so place holds a few memories. Four ales on of which the Ossian Supremely Golden webt down well.
anonymous - 19 Sep 2011 16:36
Stone-built pub in this small ex-mining village (see the lovely row of cottages opposite) in the middle of the countryside between Wigan and St. Helens, and close to the pleasant walking area of Billinge Hill and Beacon. The pub promises a warm Lancashire welcome and doesn't disappoint. There has been a small degree of opening out towards the rear but the pub still retains its 4 separate rooms, each accessed from a central corridor where the the main bar is. The front left room also has access to the bar and has a great homely fire. sIn this corridor is a library of books to peruse. 3 beers were available on my visit, mostly from the larger breweries- my Black Sheep was excellent. Food is served and the place is renowned locally for the quality, range and value- most main dishes are under 10 and excellent. Some concessions to modernity such as gaming machine and small sky sports TV but these are generally unobtrusive. A great pub.
Carlurmston - 29 Apr 2009 18:09
ive got plenty to say about the landlady of the red cat though - and as soon as thats on here i shall rant rant rant about her!!!
kittenfoxytrot - 13 Mar 2008 14:06
Well kept, average priced cask beer. usually 3 guests on at any one time. Excellent food and service. Staff always friendly.
JDD - 22 Jan 2006 19:21
Compact pub in tiny hamlet of Kings Moss. Generally 3 guest ales, served in good condition. Known locally for quality of the food, (with real chips) so does get busy at weekends.Outdoor drinking area at rear.
ChrissG - 21 Jun 2005 13:12

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