Rose & Crown Pub Reviews
Sandor Robert Sallay - 02/02/2013
Got a flyer through the letterbox for Friday 01/02/2013 inviting people for fish and chips for £0.95 if one has a drink with it.
Tried and it was very disappointing. Waited 45 minutes for the food, first pint of Guinness was watery, second had a 1/2 inch head on it and it was still watery. Can't recommend the place.
This day an age when pubs are shutting down... One plus: young lady with dark long hair behind the bar was very pleasant.
Sorry for being negative about the place but...
Stephen Renton - 16/03/2012
I visited this pub after hearing that the entertainment and food were wonderful. I visited the pub on a Thursday evening and had the mixed grill, always a tester of the quality of the food.
To my delight I can only describe the fayre set up to me as fantastic. The meat was cooked to my medium rare perfection and was a monster of a dish. I could not possibly eat all of the dish so my dog ate like king of the manor that night. I enjoyed my tea that much I thought I would have another couple of pints, they had Black Sheep on cask and it was beautiful.
A skiffle band then turned up and were brilliant! The most fun in ages. The staff were friendly and polite, not like it used to be.
I am going back up for St. Patrick's night, as another band visits this rural gem. There are not many pubs like this left I am going to make it my local.
Barbara Gormer - 20/02/2012
I love this place. It is really old and steeped in history. I have been going to this place for the last 20 years and it is a friendly place to go for a drink or a meal.
The Rose & Crown has recently got new friendly management (2011) and they seem to be doing really well and have reinstated the lovely well-priced pub meals and even have live entertainment on some evenings, which is quite unusual in a rural community such as Wadsley.
Sheffield Wednesday fans congregate here on a Saturday for a pre-match meal and drink, which creates a good atmosphere. We are Sheffield United fans(!) but have struck up really good friendships with some well-travelled Sheffield Wednesday fans!
Outside there is a lovely, walled, secluded beer garden, with tables and umbrellas, which is fabulous in summer and even a drink for your dog!
Wadsley village is very old and this old pub is just on the verge of Wadsley common and a truly gorgeous bit of Yorkshire history!
Joanne - 04/08/2009
This pub has got appalling staff, I have been visiting this pub regularly for over 20 years and have recently come to the conclusion it has gone down hill! I never thought I would say this but the Rose & Crown is shocking and I shall not be visiting ever again. Big disappointment.