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I know it's a bit early and I'm going to be loads of abuse for mentioning the c word in August but can anyone reccomend a good place to go for our Christmas Day meal, I'm looking at the ridge way any thoughts

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The rising sun pub on Abbey lane is open on Christmas day. I presume they have a menu already and I think you would have to book.

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We booked ours back in May! Youre late!!

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The last two meals have had at the Rising Sun (Abbey Lane) were not much to write home about. In fact my friend had to send her pudding back it was so awful. I wouldn't bother.................

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Hi all.

 

Me,the missus,my step daughter...and my 4 week old son (21st November..:D)

Are looking for somewhere to go for our Xmas day dinner..as the weeks leading up to Xmas day are going to be quite hectic as you can imagine...

 

Anyone any ideas where to go as none of us have ever gone out for Xmas dinner before ...we live in the s6 area.

 

Any suggestions will be very much appreciated and will be thanked....

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Hi all.

 

Me,the missus,my step daughter...and my 4 week old son (21st November..:D)

Are looking for somewhere to go for our Xmas day dinner..as the weeks leading up to Xmas day are going to be quite hectic as you can imagine...

 

Anyone any ideas where to go as none of us have ever gone out for Xmas dinner before ...we live in the s6 area.

 

Any suggestions will be very much appreciated and will be thanked....

Xmas should always be worth the effort to stay at home and cook a good meal and save money...............too easy to go out and spend!

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hi the ball inn on crookes are advertising their Christmas dinner think its 4 courses for the adults at around £40

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Quote:

 

Xmas should always be worth the effort to stay at home and cook a good meal and save money...............too easy to go out and spend!

 

Christmas should always be whatever you want it to be.

 

 

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This year my family will only get to spend Christmas Day together. Everyone has travel plans following the big day so I thought it might be easier to eat out than buy food that might end up wasted. Can anyone suggest a good venue. We live in the Carterknowle Rd area so a couple of miles radius of here would be good.:)

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It depends what price bracket you are looking at. We had a lovely Christmas day lunch at the Prince of Wales the other year... helped by the fact we could walk there and both drink without having to worry about taxis! However, it's not cheap at £69 (this year's prices). See here:

 

http://www.theprinceofwalessheffield.co.uk/eat_drink_with_us/christmas_day_menu/

 

The Robin Hood at Millhouses are advertising very good prices at £39.95 for a 4 course meal, see here:

 

http://www.emberinns.co.uk/the-robin-hood-sheffield/christmas/

 

A little further afield, there is the Dore Moor In at £52.95, see here:

 

http://www.vintageinn.co.uk/thedoremoorinndoresheffield/christmasatvintage/

 

Or the Fox House at £49.95, see here:

 

http://www.vintageinn.co.uk/thefoxhouselongshaw/christmasatvintage/

 

Or the Norfolk Arms at Ringinglow for £49.95:

 

http://www.norfolkarms.com/events.php#119

 

There is also the Millhouses, but not sure if they are open on Christmas day as I can't find a website for them.

 

The hotels nearby include Kenwood Hall Hotel, The Beauchief Hotel etc but they are also usually pretty expensive.

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