Recently had a meal there with my partner. The drinks were spot on, and the food was lovely. Third time for going there, as we always get value for our money, and the service was spot on. Will recommend to family and friends.
Used to be a lovely local pub but sadly not any more. Went in on Saturday night expecting a convivial pint but found a near empty pub with a disco, complete with flashing lights, which drowned out conversation. Finished my pint and moved on. Tragic ruination of a once great local.
Just been here for lunch with my granddaughter and I can highly recommend it. They are extremely friendly and it feels very comfortable. Good idea to do smaller plates of main courses for £4.95, too. The food and coffee was hot when it came to our table and was cooked to perfection. I will definitely be going again.
Frank Shaw, who grew up in Killamarsh, took me to England and HAD to take me to the famous Nag's Head Pub. I LOVED IT and the surroundings. It was my 1st trip to England, from Willingboro, New Jersey, USA. I also met the beloved Bernard Dye, who wrote 2 books about the area.
Just been watching Fred Dibnah on T.V. at Abbeydale Industrial Museum. Showing how Benjamin Huntsman made crucible steel. Went on't interweb to look him up. Came across your review of The Benjamin Huntsman pub.
If you want a real pub, good ale, and best Sunday lunch you'll ever have, try the Huntsman on Manchester Road, Thurlstone, S36 9QU (that is when everything reopens).