The Pear Tree Inn

Real Ale. Real Food. Real People.

259 Huddersfield Rd, Mirfield, WF14 9DL Directions

   Open today 11:00 - 00:00

Business overview

Pear Tree Inn, home of the 3 R's. Real Ale, Real Food & Real People.

The Pear Tree Inn is situated just out of the centre of Mirfield in West Yorkshire and home of the 3 R's; Real food, Real ale and Real people.

We are a friendly local pub and you can find us in CAMRA's Good Beer Guide and our real ales are Cask Marque accredited.

We have a small intimate restaurant serving food from a seasonal menu and Chefs Specials board (changes each Friday) aswell as a Sunday luncheon menu which changes weekly. We serve food 12pm-2pm and 5pm-9pm Monday to Wednesday, 12pm-9pm Thursday to Saturday and 12pm-7pm on a Sunday. We are able to cater for special events christenings/funerals etc,

We serve a wide selection of lagers, ales, ciders, wines and spirits.. if you would like to see a new product in stock please mention it to a member of staff and we will see what we can do... we aim to please!

We have a beautiful riverside beer garden with an outside bar.. the perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon with an ice cold drink in your hand.


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bars & wine bars

bottled beers


british restaurants

cask ales

child friendly

credit cards accepted

dog friendly

draught beer

english restaurants

family pubs


traditional restaurants

traditional lunches

sunday lunches


real ales

real ale pubs


internet access


Overpriced, very poor quality food- a rip off!

Terrible food - hot roast beef sandwich was one slice of cold grey looking beef sandwiched between a dry baguette. The gravy tasted like dishwater - a total rip off for £8.95.

They charge premium pub prices for very sub standard food. Highly disappointed and feel completely ripped off.
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Pear Tree Inn, Mirfield

I concur with Wadds’ observations below. High priced, low grade food. Food is available all day, as a result, evening meals appear to have been kept warm since the morning. Served in an instant but small portions that are dry and shrivelled.
They advertise ‘Fresh Home Cooked Food’ but instant gravy and frozen Yorkshire Puddings show the ads are really just a con. There is better quality food to be found locally and there is certainly cheaper nosh to be had.
The pub itself is OK, but nothing more. It is very clean and tidy and the beer is reasonable. Wine is available by the glass or bottle, half decent but not cheap.
It’s the sort of place to drop in for a quick drink when travelling from A to B... but then leave. It does not have the atmosphere of a local nor does the quality of the food served qualify it to be an eatery.
I endorse Wadds doubts of the earlier reviews. One off entries by each submitter, that do not match my experiences; made me think the reviews were manufactured.
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Well I don't know which pub the other 4 reviewers went to but my experience was not good. I always order safely when I try somewhere new to build up confidence in the chef before paying for the expensive items on the menu. Steak & ale pie. What can go wrong. Dried up must have been stood in the open air for 2 days at least. Packet gravy mix. Home cooked chips maybe but cold and had not been peeled properly actually quite dirty. Sent meal back. Received a bit of a feeble apology and a drink on the house which I declined. The excuse was they had an agency chef in. MY ADVICE "USE A DIFFERENT AGENCY".
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The Pear Tree

What a place, been going here since the new landloard tookover early last year, clean, friendly, good all round pub and restaurant with a beautiful rear beer garden overlooking the river, which has just recently been extended with a new lawn and lovely new tables.... Peace and quiet while you feed the swans!
As for inside, nice decor, no loud music, quiet snug areas, with a little area a bit livelier area to watch TV and have a giggle with the friendly locals.
The restaurant has an improving growing menu, all home cooked food which can be washed down with a choice from the extensive wine menu, or one of a few well kept guest ales.
Service, all young friendly people ralied around by the friendliest landloard in the area (he is a bit bonkers), but cares about his customers!
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