Just come back from the Sportsman Inn. Took my daughter for her 17th birthday lunch. It cost me £12.00 for 2 fish and chips with peas and two large glasses of Coke. The meal was lovely, worth every penny. Looking forward to going again.
Lovely pub - nice beer, awful chips. Complained and was told it was the fault of the oil, and people loved them like that, also told I was the first to complain. The chips were cooked and reheated, the breadcake was of poor quality and a Big Mac would have beaten the overpriced Yorkshire burger by a mile. Won't eat there again.
Been to The York at Broomhill a number of times with my Dad for lunch or with my mate Mat for the start of our Broomhill / Ranmoor / Nether Green pub crawl.
We all like the decor and staff are very welcoming. Dad and I both think the food is very good and fairly priced. We have now been there 3 or 4 times in the past 3 or 4 months, finding the staff and food consistently spot on.
I usually drink Guinness and it is not available, but a porter is sold and makes a pleasant change not like some I have tried in the past.
Booked a buffet for 20 people to celebrate my mum 's 90th birthday. This was set in the conservatory. The staff were friendly and efficient. The buffet was excellent value for money. A good time for all.
Just come home after having a Sunday lunch at the Red Lion. The only thing I can say is the chef must have been having a really bad day. It was the worst meal I have been served with in a very long time. Trying to think of something good to say but nothing comes to mind.
Can't really believe I just paid for that part eaten pile of rubbish I've just been served for Sunday lunch. Would seem it is a waste of time complaining, as no one took any notice.
Good job it was me eating there and not Gordon Ramsay, I'm sure it would have been given a few expletives from him. Just off to get something nice to eat out of the fridge.