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Pub – Shroppie Fly
The Shroppie Fly is situated next to the canal and has extensive outdoor seating next to the water.

Phone: 01270 748898
Address: The Wharf, Shropshire Street, Audlem, CW3 0DX
A wide range of cask ales is available as well as a full range of pub drinks. Food is available all day. The Shroppie Fly hosts music on many Fridays and Saturdays.

Pub – Bridge Inn
CAMRA Award winning pub 2019/20

Phone: 01270 812928
Address: 12 Shropshire Street, Audlem, CW3 0DX
Superb cask conditioned Marstons Ales, premium lagers, wines and beverages. It also offers an extensive menu of dishes with special menu offers each day. There's a large conservatory and an outside seating terrace overlooking the Shropshire Union canal.

Pub – Lord Combermere
Allan and Jo Brown welcome you to The Lord Combermere for good Food with a touch of imagination.


Farm Made Tearooms
Traditional Tearoom with a twist

Address: 11e Cheshire Street, Audlem, opposite Public car park

Finefoodies Deli & Cafe
Fabulous fine food

Phone: 01270 811554
Address: 3, Shropshire Street, Audlem, CW
Opening times:9am – 4pm daily Monday to Saturday.
10am – 4pm Sundays over the Summer holidays and for Village events.
A relaxed and Stylish Cafe,
A menu which incorporates passionately created Bistro artisan meals as well as an ever changing Specials Board,
Innovative dishes for Vegetarians and Vegans,
Hand crafted light and fluffy cakes including freshly baked scones which can be enjoyed with preserve and clotted cream,
Award winning Italian coffee made exactly to your preferences.
Finefoodies' blend of freshly brewed loose leaf tea,
Bread from well known 'Real Bread Makers' Snapes,
All butter savoury pastries – fresh out of the oven,
Shelves stocked with delicious goodies created by small, caring artisan producers,
Best Taste award winners in a jar!
A growing range of gluten free products,
A deli counter offering a colourful array, from Mediterranean olives, feta stuffed red peppers to gooey french brie,
Takeaway ' create your own sandwich' from our deli counter.
Bistro nights and Deli tasting evenings.

Cafe – The Old Priest House
Breakfasts, meals, sweets, ice creams

Phone: 01270 811749
Address: 2 Stafford Street, Audlem, Crewe, CW3 0AA
The Old Priest House is in the Square opposite St James Church entrance. In the same premises as the famous Beaman's shop, it is one of Audlem's best known businesses and a favourite stopping off point for cyclists, walkers and other visitors and residents for breakfasts and meals, sweets and icecreams.
Opening hours: Mon, Tue closed; Wed to Sun open 10 till 5


The Village Chippy
Traditional fish and chips

Phone: 01270 811777
Address: 13a Cheshire Street, Audlem, Crewe, CW3 0AH
Monday (seasonal) 11.30-1.45 4.30-8
Tues/wed/Thurs/sat 11.30-1.45 4.30-8
Fri 11.30-1.45 4.30-8.30

Ayaans Contemporary Indian Cuisine
Contemporary Indian Cuisine

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