Surely a welcome sight to any weary traveller, The Steamhouse is a pub located right next to the rails of the Urmston train station.
A haven of a rest stop for any commuter on their way to and from Manchester and Warrington, The Steamhouse serves a wealth of wondrous dishes, covering both beloved British favourites and tantalising international delights.
Regardless of whether diners opt to play it safe with a British staple or push the boat out with one of the many diverse dishes originating outside the UK, members calling in advance with a tastecard can enjoy their selected cuisine at an excellent price.
Perfect partners for those simply popping in for a drink, as well as being a great pre-cursor to a hearty meal, are the starters and snacks, such as the classic nachos, covered in melted cheese and jalapenos, the tantalising pulled pork spring rolls, partnered with a barbecue sauce, and the golden fried white bait, accompanied with a tartare sauce.
The main courses offer dishes from the unassuming to the unorthodox. Such particularly comforting home style dishes include the delectable garlic chicken, partnered with a creamy white wine sauce and rice, the juicy barbecue pork belly, served with chips and a side salad, and the scrumptious omelette, available with cheese, mushrooms or bacon.
More adventurous palates may be enticed by some more unusual dishes though, like the invigorating rocket and strawberry salad, adorned with Parmesan and a honey vinaigrette, the enchanting salmon with vodka, presented on a bed of spaghetti with a Parmesan and vodka sauce, and the eclectic Meatballs Stack, hand rolled and deep fried meatballs topped with a fried egg.
Some irresistible specials also spice up the menu, as well as a collection of divine desserts, ensuring that all walks of life will find something enjoyable and intriguing at The Steamhouse.