Pub Reviews In Sheffield
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Such a brilliant bar, and so different to the others which surround it on West Street.
I absolutely love the cocktails, they are so delicious. Me and my friends love coming to The Wick on the weekends because the cocktails are great, there's a really fun atmosphere and a friendly crowd. One of the main things is that its not the sort of place where men constantly letch on you - which can be a problem in other bars. We can get dressed up and have some lovely drinks without being pestered and sleazed on the whole time. Saying that, the men there are worth pulling so it's usually us doing the letching after one too many cocktails!
My friend goes for dinner with her boyfriend at the Wick and is always banging on about how good it is, but I haven't tried it yet myself, as they stop serving food at 9PM.
All in all great bar, definitely try the Seven Hills and the Sloe Down Dear!
- Siobhan Aherne, 19/12/2011
I had the most unfortunate visit to the Plough with a friend of mine on Sunday. I eat out at least 3 times a week and go on holiday 4 times a year. I would like to vote the Plough as the worst pub meal of 2011.
Had to wait to be served with drinks. The pub was cold, no menus just a board. Had the worst seafood cocktail. Try the Admiral Rodney. The scampi was terrible, I did not eat much and was violently sick later in the evening. Just hopeless and not cheap.
- Jack Doran, 14/12/2011
We have been going to the Old Horns at Bradfield for some time. The food is great and the staff are so friendly and accommodating. It is such a lovely atmosphere with great scenery. I would recommend it to anyone, carry on the good work John, Cassie and all your fantastic staff.
- Pauline and Gordon Harvey, 13/12/2011
What a great pub. Their burgers are fantastic, and they have £2 drinks until Midnight. Definitely a younger crowd in the evening, what with being so close to the university and being situated at the top of West Street, but during the day I find it very pleasant.
- Chazza, 13/12/2011
Used to be one of the best pubs in the village until the current landlord drove everyone out with his abusive and rude behaviour.
Would advise anyone to give it a wide berth unless the the current landlord leaves.
- Peter Williams, 08/12/2011
Not recommended for just an evening drink!
A group of us used to gather here after a local choir practise, for a few drinks and a chat.
Unfortunately, because the pub is now very much food orientated and there are no areas where we can gather we cannot do this any more. We are not made to feel welcome!
- Paul Digby, 07/12/2011
Went in last night for the first time in ages.
Decor is lovely now that it's been refurbished. Very warn and welcoming. Staff were lovely and the food menu is great. Really cheap but good portions and good quality. We had the Yorkshire wrap. Drinks good value, too. Fantastic. Going again tonight!
- Julie Wells, 07/12/2011
I went to the Crosspool Tavern on the 1st December. The food was very nice but it could have been hotter.
- Gloria Luff, 01/12/2011
It's never changed for years, same decor. Nice and cosy and friendly. It has been a rockers' pub since the days of the Wapentake Bar at least. It has a brilliant juke box and fab DJs who play proper original Heavy Metal, i.e. Judas Priest, Led Zepplin etc...
A lot of outer-towners seem to gravitate to it as well, like groups of Germans, Swedes and that.
When there's gigs on at the City Hall, just 200 yards away, you get the audience people dropping in, especially if there's a rock artist on.
Karoke and all, what more do you want?
- Pete Jamieson, 01/12/2011
This is a great traditional pub in the city centre. There's a wide variety of high quality real ale on tap. The food is delicious and reasonably priced, with lots of vegetarian options.
One of the best things about the Red Deer is the service - the bar staff are extremely friendly and knowledgeable, and the atmosphere is warm and welcoming.
There's a function room upstairs and a nice beer garden out back with graffiti from local artists. There's lots of live music, comedy, and a very popular pub quiz.
I've been coming here for over a year, and I've never been disappointed by the quality of the ale or the service provided.
- Sarah Hawley, 28/11/2011