One of my favourite pubs when visiting Sheffield. Brilliant atmosphere, good selection of ales, friendly staff and locals. Fantastic to sit round the fire in winter with a porter or stout. Long may it remain so!
Visited for the first time in a year, Friday evening and one-hour wait. Don't mind waiting but most of our group wanted the variety so we all had it rather than wait.
The server himself was wearing a scruffy kitchen overall top, which put me about, but he was using utensils so we carried on.
The meat was delicious and cooked to perfection. However, it is the first time I have had cooked vegetables and the only thing that spoiled it was they were cold.
Majority of the staff bar/waiting were pleasant but the person who you set us was Cassie. Don't know what position she holds but it is not professional to talk about the kitchen staff and not at all friendly, but it will be another year before we go again.
Great pub great food. Went in Tuesday lunchtime with my mother and had one of their stone baked pizzas. I definitely recommend the food, not only was it well made and tasty but also good value for money. The bar staff were very friendly and helpful, too. We had a great lunch and will visit again soon.
The pale ale is the best ale I have ever had in almost 40 years of enjoying a pint!
My friend and I make a 17-mile round-trip to this great pub a couple of times a week (depending on a lift!)
The staff are friendly and I often see these ladies serving more customers with far less staff than a lot of pubs and the quality of the beer is an example of how to keep ale, something most of the large "Cask Marque" pubs simply can't match and while it costs more in lifts/petrol than we could save in the £2 per pint compared to most pubs, it's worth it.
Visited here a couple of times and thought it was alright. Came here again on a night out with friends. Everything was fine until about midnight then several people on the table next to us started smoking (we were indoors). We commented on this amongst ourselves but didn't actually engage the group on the other table. They then moved to the other side of the bar where several other people were smoking. I also noticed the barman light up a cigarette.
After about ten minutes one of the women from the group came over to our table. She asked us if we had been there before and I said we had been a couple of times. She then said that her and her friends went there every day and smoked. She said it was a lock-in and they were allowed to smoke, so I asked her if the doors were closed. They weren't and it was 1:00am (their own website says that they close at 2:00am on a Saturday). The woman then turned aggressive, shouting obscenities at our table and then screaming in the face of my wife. Then she picked up a glass and smashed it on a table directly behind the head of my friend, showering him in glass.
The barman (the same one who had been smoking) came over to apologise, saying only that she was drunk. The woman wasn't asked to leave and was still in the pub when we left.