Allan and Jo Brown would like to welcome you to The Lord Combermere where we believe in wholesome, hearty and traditional food, served with a touch of flair and a spark of imagination.
Our chefs are always looking for the very best local ingredients and work hard to create extra special dishes just for you. Our specials board, meanwhile provides the ideal opportunity for our chefs to experiment and demonstrate their skills.
To compliment our food we offer excellent cask conditioned real ales and a selection of fine wines, ciders and beers in relaxed, informal surroundings with a great team dedicated to making every one of your visits enjoyable and memorable.
We also have a large garden and patio area at the rear of the premises and a veranda with seating to the front where you can relax and watch the world go by.
The site where The Lord Combermere is situated has been a public house for generations and has been redeveloped several times in recent years.
It's now very much at the centre of life in Audlem providing a relaxing family environment where all are welcome.
Audlem (population 1,790 in a civil parish of 2,348 acres) stands at the intersection of the roads from Nantwich (Cheshire) to Market Drayton (Shropshire) and Newcastle (Staffordshire) to Whitchurch (Shropshire).
The oldest part of the village is the core at the "T" intersection of the two main roads where The Lord Combermere is situated.
The Doomsday Book's (1086) entry for Audlem ("Aldelime") refers only to fields, woodland, agriculture and hunting. However, by the late 13th century the church had been founded and Audlem's market charter was granted by Edward I in 1296.
Audlem really is Cheshire's southern gem, a picturesque rural village with incredible community spirit. In 2005 the village won the Defra national award for 'Building Community Life' and the 'North of England Village of the Year' as well as the 'Cheshire Village of the Year'.
We open daily from 12 noon.
Food service times
Monday: 12 noon until 8.30pm
Tuesday: 12 noon until 8.30pm
Wednesday: 12 noon until 8..30pm
Thursday: 12 noon until 8.30pm
Friday: 12 noon until 9:00pm
Saturday: 12 noon until 9:00pm
Sunday: 12 noon until 7.30pm