As a young cricketer I played for Chesterfield Town. After each home fixture, on returning home, I made a point of calling in to the Mulberry Tavern. Penny, the landlord's daughter was an attraction. The place was always full. The Telegraph and Star reporters used to congregate there. It became our regular stopping off point as young chaps on a night out. I have happy memories of the Mulberry.
Blues bar has everything you're looking for in a night out in Sheffield. There is a great food choice, chilled and relaxed atmosphere, great music/entertainment choice. The staff are helpful and attentive. Great venue for all ages.
Happy one year anniversary, and every success and prosperity in the years ahead!
We are regular visitors to The Ball on Wednesday nights for a meal and a catch up with friends. Tonight the pub was the busiest we've seen it for a long time. However, the food was excellent tonight and we all really enjoyed our meals.
The difference tonight was that the chef, Garion, came out of the kitchen to ask if we had enjoyed our food, and nothing was too much trouble for him or the waiter who served our meals. Not sure if Garion is a new chef, and his assistant, James, too, but hope they are here to stay, as the meals tonight were the best we have had there for a while.
Hello, since my last review I am now happy to say at last things have been turned around now.
I wandered in there on Saturday evening to sample the beer. I tried the Farmer's Blonde and it was excellent. It was the only beer I tried and I was more than happy to stay with my choice for several more.
Been a regular customer to have food here and always great until today. We booked a table but were not on their list. Had to wait 30 minutes before we were sat down. No apology. Ordered food. Took 30 minutes and all the meals had dry, burnt chips. Dry chicken and dry lasagne. All overcooked. Really disappointed.