The Acorn Inn pub is located at 516 Burncross Road in Burncross.
Congratulations to Greg, Nigel, Dan, Helen, Abbey, and the rest of the Acorn team. You all did a fantastic job on Saturday 11th June 2022 for The Acorn Amble. You kept everyone going with food and drinks on a very busy day. And thank you for all your help and support in the run up to The Acorn Amble. You are a truly brilliant team.
I use this pub often. Sometimes I book but most times we just turn up. We have never failed to get a meal. It has always been good value and very tasty.
A party of 6 of us arrived for a 1 o'clock booking of afternoon tea, including 2 children. At 1:45PM we asked what we were eating. We were told cucumber sandwiches. We were very disappointed, as this was a Mother's Day treat. We asked if we could choose something off menu instead. We were told yes, but there was a delay on food.
Staff were rude and at no point apologised. It was 3:20PM by the time food arrived, and when it did it was minimal and bland. A very disappointing Mother's Day treat.
Called at the Acorn Inn on Thursday 4th Feb 2010 at 6pm for a meal.
We were disappointed to find that when we tried to order a jacket potato we were told that they did not do jacket potatoes in the evening, although there was no mention of this fact on any of the menus or anywhere in the pub.
The food we did have was bland and tasteless, although the young lady serving was polite and courteous.
The Acorn Inn at Chapeltown celebrated its 150th anniversary by staging a family fun day. The event was attended by Lord Mayor Councillor Jane Bird and Sheffield Wednesday footballers Sean McAllister and Akpo Sodje. The former coaching inn was built in 1858 after being relocated from Bracken Hill.