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The Didsbury pub is located on Didsbury’s former Village Green, in a pleasant suburb of South Manchester surrounded by extensive parkland. The Didsbury pub restaurant, a former coach house has retained many of its 18th century original features, including exposed wooden beams and open fireplaces. As well as a warm welcome, we have an inviting menu of traditional pub food and seasonal dishes, plus an extensive range of wines and real ales for you to enjoy. We pride ourselves on classic pub food cooked with care. Whether it's hand-battered cod & chips, the gourmet burger, or the ever-popular ‘Brewer's Chicken’, now is the time to rediscover your old favourites. Make sure you try our traditional Sunday roasts with a huge a Yorkshire pudding and unlimited gravy. The team at the The Didsbury are passionate about our food menu, so you can relax and enjoy our quality dishes and great service at this fantastic venue. The Didsbury pub restaurant is located in Didsbury village, an attractive, leafy suburb of South Manchester surrounded by parkland. The pub restaurant is an 18th century former coaching house that stands on the site of a much older inn, the Ring O’Bells, which can be traced back to 1644 when the English Civil War raged across the country. Bonnie Prince Charlie, also known as the Young Pretender, was believed to have camped with his army close to the The Didsbury in 1785, and returned bedraggled after his defeat in Derby.The area where the extensive beer garden now occupies to the front of the pub restaurant used to be the location of Didsbury Village Green, which put The Didsbury pub, then the Ring O’ Bells, right at the heart of village life.