Place tags: Pub, Public House, Pub in Frodsham, Helter Skelter Pub, Independant Brewery, Independant Pub Company Helter Skelter Pub in Frodsham is a Pub which has car parking, welcomes children, serves real ales, shows TV sports, and serves food
Oswalds Restaurant is located above the Helter Skelter pub in central Frodsham. The restaurant kitchen team headed by Nik Broome also looks after the bar food for the pub. The pub itself is a temple to quality beer from around the world, is rated by CAMRA and has real ales on rotation with the 8 cask ale pumps being able to serve up to 20 different beers a week. There is also a regularly changing range of quality bottled beers from Belgium, Germany and around the world. You can enjoy a lunch and dinner menu in the pub which covers substantial sandwiches including home roasted beef and ham and homemade fish fingers. Also on offer are classic pub favourites such as beer battered haddock with hand cut chips and steak and ale pie. Oswalds restaurant can be accessed via the pub or through a separate entrance. Named after chef patron Nik’s grandad, Oswalds offers modern European menus with world influence. Nik and his team are passionate about using local, seasonal produce and make everything in-house from scratch - soups, stocks, sauces and desserts. The menu changes every month and offers something for every taste. There is a Mediterranean feel to the menu with starters of breads and dips, olives, antipasto and crayfish bruschetta, with other choices being Thai spiced fish cakes with chilli dip and scallops, wilted greens, sesame and Teriyaki marinade. Mains offer steaks from the grill with a choice of sauces, hand cut chips and sides of your choice. There are homemade burgers, other pub favourites and plenty of vegetarian choice. Other mains include market fresh seabass, coley and salmon dishes, roast rump of lamb or breast of duck. The wine list is well chosen and has 20 bins with house wine by the glass.