The Mustard Pot
The Mustard Pot is a traditional British Pub in the heart of Chapel Allerton, one of the top 10 places in the United Kingdom to live. The Mustard Pot is set aback Stainbeck Lane in beautiful grounds which also double as a large family friendly beer garden. Previously known as Clough House and originally built in 1750, changing hands to Florence Colman in the early 1900s – although with no relation to the Colman Mustard company – Clough House eventually became a public house in 1979 and was named ‘The Mustard Pot’.
We believe in serving great, locally sourced, seasonal fresh food and also have a superb range of cask ales which frequently change, showcasing the best of regional breweries such as Banks of West Midlands, Jennings of Cumbria, Wychwood of Oxfordshire and Ringwood micro brewery Hampshire, as well as a wide range of premium spirits, bottled beers and wines.