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16-08-2003, 19:42   #1
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Where is the best place to have a Sunday Lunch?

Price range.
How to get there.
Is it self service, ie choose your own veg, etc...
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16-08-2003, 19:45   #2
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Hiya John probably the Crosspool tarvern - ace for families and a fantastic carvery
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16-08-2003, 20:02   #3
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i've heard the Crosspool tavern is good aswell,never been there myself,as for my pick,try Cubley hall at penistone,its a bit pricey,about 8-9 a head,and you may have to book for the cavery,but belive me,its very good snap.
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16-08-2003, 20:24   #4
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can't remember the name of it but it's the last pub on your left as you drive down ecclesall road into town. Opposite Safeway. Not been for a while, but the last time I went it was about 3.75 and it's one of the best sunday lunches I've had.

Also the Riverside pub near the Riverside housing development (just off corporation street)
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16-08-2003, 20:25   #5
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Never been, but I have been told the Castle Inn on Twentywell Lane is very good, we intended going there but something came up, we shall have another try sometime.
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16-08-2003, 21:15   #6
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I've always liked the Ridgeway Arms. Nice pub, good atmosphere and loads of food! Yummy!
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17-08-2003, 19:10   #7
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I'll go with the Crosspool Tavern, been many times for the Carvery and not just on a Sunday, it's available every day and is cheaper midweek. 5 midweek and 7 Sunday (I think).

468 Manchester Road, Crosspool, Sheffield S10
Tel : 0114 266 2113
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17-08-2003, 20:14   #8
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The Wheatsheaf @ Whirlow.

Although it's now called Toby Carvery... it's on Eccy Road South.

Price.. about 6.50 - 7.50 per head. But worth it, and you can go back for seconds, thirds, fourths...
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17-08-2003, 21:10   #9
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Mum's house, definitely.
Big portions, loads of lumpy gravy and always apple pie and custard. At least there's always a couch to lay on afterwards for a nap. Zzzzzz burp
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18-08-2003, 01:14   #10
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The Wheatsheaf @ Whirlow.

Although it's now called Toby Carvery... it's on Eccy Road South.

Price.. about 6.50 - 7.50 per head. But worth it, and you can go back for seconds, thirds, fourths...
Funny how I ended up there today. It is 7.50, self service, so you can choose what you like, but I didn't know you can top up your plate. Not that I could eat any more. Nice meal, no mashed potatoes though .

Other than that, excellent.

I will try one of the other recommendation another Sunday
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18-08-2003, 07:28   #11
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New Norfolk Arms
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14-09-2003, 09:30   #12
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there's a pub way up ecclesall rd near the turn for whirlow next to the cricket pitch it's name?........can't remember sorry
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14-09-2003, 09:33   #13
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The Wheatsheaf (but now it's just a Toby Carvery pub)!
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14-09-2003, 18:27   #14
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the most generous sized sunday lunch i've had is at the waggon and horses at Millhouses (on the side of the park)
massive plates - the size of 'carvery style' buffet trays.
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14-09-2003, 18:29   #15
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try the RAILWAY HOTEL up from parkgate going to the roudabout towards parkgate shopping centre,its on the left going up,
£5 and Fantastic and a pile of food BUT be in there early .
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Originally posted by blondee
can't remember the name of it but it's the last pub on your left as you drive down ecclesall road into town. Opposite Safeway. Not been for a while, but the last time I went it was about 3.75 and it's one of the best sunday lunches I've had.
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16-02-2005, 10:16   #17
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The Fat Cat has won awards for its food and it's dirt cheap.
Sunday Lunch (shouldn't that be Dinner) is around 3.50. Dessert if you can manage it about 1.50.
Best eaten in the beer garden in summer as the pub can be a bit cramped downstairs - there is an overspill room upstairs but it's a bit gloomy. Plenty of Vegan/Vegetarian choice too and a lovely cat called Steffi
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16-02-2005, 11:56   #18
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my vote is for crosspool tavern too ...even midweek its good value.
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16-02-2005, 12:44   #19
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You might want to check out the Strines which is out in the Moors/Dales (?) somewhere - It's one of the oldest pubs in the country, is in the countryside (which is always a bonus in my books), is quaint inside and does good Roasts (as far as I can remember)
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Originally Posted by DaBouncer
The Wheatsheaf @ Whirlow.

Although it's now called Toby Carvery... it's on Eccy Road South.

Price.. about 6.50 - 7.50 per head. But worth it, and you can go back for seconds, thirds, fourths...
Sorry as this is a bit old now, but i got here through searching on google!

But, does anyone know what bus i can get to this place from town? I've decided i feel like an all you can eat sunday roast and this is the nearest one
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