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The Waggon & Horses
Ranked #410 of 1,741 Restaurants in Sheffield
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Had a lovely evening this week at W&H.
5 off is for dinner. As it was quiet the restaurant area was closed but food was being served in the snug & we were given a nice table & the atmosphere was lovely.
4 of our party had their infamous pies, which they all said were delicious, I wanting something lighter so had a larger portion of the fishcake starter with a mixed fresh salad. (recommended by our waitress Chloe, who was delightful ) really tasty. Only criticism is there was a little too much potato in the fishcakes for me.
2 desserts (creme brule) also delicious.
Good selection of beers & wines served in proper sized glasses & chilled where needed.
Thanks & well see you again soon.

Date of visit: January 2020
1  Thank loretteh34
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Reviewed December 13, 2019

It's a shame that the Wagon & Horses has adopted the fad of serving food on anything except plates because the food was good and good value.

But the starters were spoiled by being stuffed into tiny Kilner Jars. About 3 prawns and difficult to extract.
The mains were served on some rough hewn logs. I really didn't like the idea of this at all. The log appeared to have the stain of previous meals and rather put me off my food.
But the real tragedy was the sweet course. This appeared on identical hewn logs that were used for the mains. A dark brown stain beneath your desert is not a great look.
It's a real shame. This would have been really good if it wasn't for some stupid trend of serving food on unsuitable items.
There is a reason plates developed over thousands of years. It's because it isn't great to serve sponge and custard in a rolled up news paper.
No jam jars, no planks of split wood. Drinks in glasses. Food on plates. Simple

Date of visit: December 2019
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Thank nick w
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Reviewed December 1, 2019 via mobile

I can’t understand why this pub doesn’t get better reviews. Came here on a very cold, dank winter’s evening, it looked cosy and welcoming on the outside and lived up to that on the inside (the pictures don’t do it justice) - log fires, great beers, good service and great food, especially the pies.

Top notch.

Date of visit: November 2019
Thank johnbcheltenham
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Reviewed December 1, 2019

I ate here last week with neighbours last Monday evening a little quiet but place lovely and warm on a cold night very good value food our server was Verity she was lovely highly recommend the beef pie on a cold night

Date of visit: November 2019
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1  Thank Y417JYdavidw
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Reviewed December 1, 2019 via mobile

Called in for a quick sandwich lunch this week as not been here since the summer, ordered a cheese and onion pickle sandwich and pastrami and brisket sandwich with melted mozzarella. Sandwiches took ages to arrive even though the pub was quiet and a couple with meals that came in after us got their full main course before us? Anyway the sandwiches came and I really thought they were joking? The cheese sandwich was 2 pieces of dry toasted bread no butter or mayo with 2 dried pieces of cheese and a dollop of onion chutney , no garnish of any description that was it! A 5 year old could have presented it better. I had the pastrami and brisket which was marginally better because of being warmed but again no garnish of any sort and not really very tasty. To be fair the cheese sandwich was replaced or re-jigged to include a garnish and butter but we would think again about eating here again even though we have the true north card. It’s a shame as this pub could’ve been good if run correctly.

Date of visit: November 2019
Thank Dannisport
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