Visited recently with friends for a first visit, we returned two days later such was the quality of the real ale (Bradfield Brewery) and service.
The pub is clean and tidy and the staff not only attentive but knowledgeable. As the Bradfield Brewery tap we were expecting good things from their beers, we were not disappointed. Between us we tried all the beers (5) being served, all of them were bright, crisp and full of flavour and character.
The food looked appetising and fresh and one of the group had eaten at the Nag's before and commented on the high quality of the food being served. The beer garden is pleasant although just an extension of the car park. The farm next door does produce its own odours though!
All in all a great pub which we will definitely be revisiting.
After over a half-hour drive in the pouring down rain, we eventually unloaded the kids and went into pub to be faced with not only a set of rules for children to abide by but no highchairs or child seating whatsoever.
Very disappointed. Do not go unless your children are of the seen and not heard variety, as requested on the rules board.
I have visited this pub on numerous occasions. I usually settle for the Thornbridge ales. These ales are always distinctive and enjoyable.
However on my last visit I tried a pint of Czech lager (Bernard). It was dispensed completely flat and tasted oxidised. I complained to the barman, who was abrupt and rude. The manager eventually came and informed me it was meant to taste that way!
I work in a brewery so was unconvinced by his excuses. He refused me a refund even though I only consumed a mouthful.
Needless to say I won't be returning to this pub after such shocking customer service.
Probably my favourite Sheffield pub, although it won't be to everyone's taste. It's very old fashioned with only 1 lager on tap. It does however have a good range of real ale and it's the home of Little Ale Cart brewery, whose beers are to be found only here and at the Wellie's sister pub in Worcester. Little Ale Cart do a lot of pale hoppy beers so if that's your taste you'll be happy here.
The staff are very knowledgeable and very friendly, as are the punters. As to the prices, I took some mates from Essex there a few months ago and they were astonished to find beers from their local brewer a pound cheaper then they could find them near the brewery! The Wellie may have its eccentricities but that's why we love the place.
I visited the Moorlands on a Monday evening with family and relatives that were visiting from abroad.
For a pub that seems to be virtually in the middle of nowhere it was certainly busy. The carvery had come recommended but for £3.59 we weren't sure what to expect. We needn't have been worried.
Everyone agreed that the food was lovely and each of the 3 meats (beef, gammon and turkey) were delicious. On top of that drinks were reasonably priced, too. A very nice pint of hand-pulled ale was £1.75
All in all a great pub. It's just a shame it's not nearer!