Just had kebabs, salad, rice and yoghurt and was very disappointed. The chicken was fatty and when we left it and were asked how it was, we explained about chicken. We were told we should have said something earlier. So why ask?
We have been here numerous times and food has been excellent. Shame that first time it isn't we are ignored and not even got an apology.
We are off now to purchase a pudding elsewhere. Not giving them another penny!
The Greyhound is now under new management, has real ale back on -
currently serving Farmers Blonde and Doom Bar. There are two large beer gardens. The toilets have been refurbished. Lovely, lively pub again.
Great little pub. Lovely landlady and staff that makes you feel welcome. Good range of drinks at reasonable prices and lovely traditional Sunday dinner. Brilliant beer garden to the rear of the pub that's child friendly. Highly recommend it!
All I can say about this pub is the landlord is a complete tool. He walks round the pub like he's the most important person in Sheffield. Very rude and has no idea how to treat patrons. He's easy to spot - in his 50s but dresses like he's 25. Like I said a complete tool.
Stay away until Greene King installs a more experienced and capable landlord.
Thank you Chris for making our daughter's wedding day special at the Angel. You went above and beyond what was asked of you. You made us feel so comfortable. The food was AMAZING. Everyone said it was the best buffet ever. I can't thank you enough, Chris, you finished our perfect day off.
Just been to the Springvale pub up on Commonside for a surprise birthday party with old friends and family (i.e. my two sons). A really nice surprise. Everyone behaved very well, no noisy drunken behaviour or rowdiness. I don't drink any alcohol and haven't done for about four years. It was a lovely quiet get-together.
The landlady asked my fifteen-year-old son to leave the pub because it's against their policy to have under-age persons on the premises after 10pm, so we all decided to sit outside on a table and chairs facing the main road (i.e. pavement). Not a problem at all with that, but the landlady came outside and told my son he's not allowed to sit there with us although he wasn't even having a drink or doing anything remotely wrong. OK now Mrs or Miss know all said he's not even allowed to talk to us otherwise she could lose her licence. Now please bear in mind he's doing absolutely nothing wrong and he was on the public highway but still she said he's not allowed to talk to us.