Patronising & rude bar staff. Had the cheek to sell Guinness hats for £5 each on St Paddy's day (these hats are, and should be, free). Have been going in for years, but will never go in again until there is a change in landlord/landlady.
They have no respect for the elderly Irish community in Sheffield.
We rang the pub up at short notice for all our family members to have a meal. We gave them about 20 minutes before we all got there. We had at least 30 people including children and they let us all eat in the barn function room at no extra cost.
Food was excellent, service was excellent room, was laid out in such short notice. Staff friendly, atmosphere great.
All the children played in the garden after the meal - they loved the chickens running around. All family members enjoyed it and the food. We all had a nice day out, a get together for brother in-law's birthday.
We have just had two burgers. Extremely poor value, the burger had clearly been cooked and reheated, making it dry and rubbery, and likewise the frozen chips had been cooked several hours ago.
When we complained the waitress didn't seem bothered, eventually offering us either a tea/coffee or ice cream, both of which were declined. To compound the issue the landlady, who was swanning around, obviously didn't care about customer satisfaction, as she never bothered to even come across to apologise (the pub was virtually empty, which says a lot).
We live local but will not be visiting again. It has certainly gone downhill since the previous owners.
Never thought I would say it but would rather go to McDonald's. Better value and they taste better!
Do not go in this pub. You get cowards who punch you from behind in the back of the head and bouncers who are that scared of the person who has done it that they let it carry on. Happened to me yesterday and I am going all the way to make sure the bouncers are struck off. CCTV will prove this.