In its idyllic setting on the edge Wadsley common this really is the picture postcard traditional country pub. The spacious south facing beer garden and recently refurbished interiors are the perfect places to while away the hours. Enjoy our locally brewed traditional hand pulled ales, premium lagers and selection of wines and spirits. With food on offer daily and themed evenings through the week this really is a pub you will want to return to again and again.
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Been here for a meal here a couple of times & been really pleased with it. They've had new management for a few months now & it's clearly improved things.
The inside is nice & light. Outside's been spruced up & they have a few chickens, which is fun.
The food's good & nicely presented & I like how they sit you down to take your food & drink order if you're eating. Most pubs make you stand around with a menu at the bar. Good selection of beers & pleasant staff.
Reviewed by Bev Shaws on
What a lovely pub. Real ale, a very warm welcome, excellent food and service.
We were celebrating a birthday and we all agreed our choice of venue made it a perfect evening out. One of our family has special dietary needs and the staff couldn't have been more helpful.
If you want a relaxed meal with good ale and very definitely value for money I recommend this venue.
Reviewed by Sandor Robert Sallay on
Got a flyer through the letterbox for Friday 01/02/2013 inviting people for fish and chips for £0.95 if one has a drink with it.
Tried and it was very disappointing. Waited 45 minutes for the food, first pint of Guinness was watery, second had a 1/2 inch head on it and it was still watery. Can't recommend the place.
This day an age when pubs are shutting down... One plus: young lady with dark long hair behind the bar was very pleasant.
Sorry for being negative about the place but...
Reviewed by Stephen Renton on
I visited this pub after hearing that the entertainment and food were wonderful. I visited the pub on a Thursday evening and had the mixed grill, always a tester of the quality of the food.
To my delight I can only describe the fayre set up to me as fantastic. The meat was cooked to my medium rare perfection and was a monster of a dish. I could not possibly eat all of the dish so my dog ate like king of the manor that night. I enjoyed my tea that much I thought I would have another couple of pints, they had Black Sheep on cask and it was beautiful.
A skiffle band then turned up and were brilliant! The most fun in ages. The staff were friendly and polite, not like it used to be.
I am going back up for St. Patrick's night, as another band visits this rural gem. There are not many pubs like this left I am going to make it my local.
Reviewed by Barbara Gormer on
I love this place. It is really old and steeped in history. I have been going to this place for the last 20 years and it is a friendly place to go for a drink or a meal.
The Rose & Crown has recently got new friendly management (2011) and they seem to be doing really well and have reinstated the lovely well-priced pub meals and even have live entertainment on some evenings, which is quite unusual in a rural community such as Wadsley.
Sheffield Wednesday fans congregate here on a Saturday for a pre-match meal and drink, which creates a good atmosphere. We are Sheffield United fans(!) but have struck up really good friendships with some well-travelled Sheffield Wednesday fans!
Outside there is a lovely, walled, secluded beer garden, with tables and umbrellas, which is fabulous in summer and even a drink for your dog!
Wadsley village is very old and this old pub is just on the verge of Wadsley common and a truly gorgeous bit of Yorkshire history!
Reviewed by Joanne on
This pub has got appalling staff, I have been visiting this pub regularly for over 20 years and have recently come to the conclusion it has gone down hill! I never thought I would say this but the Rose & Crown is shocking and I shall not be visiting ever again. Big disappointment.
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