My first impression on entering the restaurant part of this pub was that there were few people there. It must be that most food here is served in the bar section. The only other diners were a small group of ladies on a friends’ night out.
Food was selected from the ‘specials’ menu. The cauliflower soup lacked taste and contained a firm ravioli containing what was probably spinach. The bread served with the soup was accompanied by an olive oil and balsamic dip which did not complement the soup. The main course of beef pie with Guinness should never have been passed fit by a chef to leave the kitchen. The meat was tough to the point of being difficult to cut with a knife, and inedible. My complaint was dealt with well by the waitress. One suspects the pie had been simmering under a hot light for a few hours. I did not bother with dessert.
There is no excuse for serving up food that is below par especially if you claim to be ‘Sheffield’s number one gasto pub’.
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