The Grapes

Eating Out in Croston

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The Grapes

Eating Out

Trip Advisor review

“Lovely lunch on proper plates” 5 of 5 Stars Light but excellent lunch...very tasty mushrooms on toast and corned beef hash cake, served on proper white plates...not spread over a board or plonked on a slate or in a plant pot. Hurrah! Friendly, professional service. Yes, we will return.

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Town Road ,
Croston, Lancashire , PR26 9RA



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