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Expect average pub food and you won’t be disappointed

Not a bad menu and at the time of visit they had rugby Six nations themed burgers which looked... read more

Reviewed 23 February 2018
FarkSake
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Essex, United Kingdom
via mobile
Great pub and staff.

Stayed in the premier inn just round the corner for a couple of nights. Was looking for a decent... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2017
William_Robert
,
Leeds, United Kingdom
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23 Feb 2018
“Expect average pub food and you won’t be disappointed ”
19 Aug 2017
“Great pub and staff.”
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Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile

Not a bad menu and at the time of visit they had rugby Six nations themed burgers which looked amazing (but only noticed them after I ordered.). It’s all ok and the pulled pork is very nice. Avoid the curry sauce as it has less...More

Thank FarkSake
Reviewed 27 November 2017 via mobile

Food was awful, even for basic pub grub. Chips were inedible. There was a dirty mop type smell as you walked in, which lingered throughout. The barman was friendly but it’s certainly not what it used to be unfortunately.

Thank Jasonwood88
Reviewed 20 August 2017

Stayed in the premier inn just round the corner for a couple of nights. Was looking for a decent pub having tried the ubiquitous Wetherspoons which was rammed and is the cheapest of the few pubs in the town centre. Some one recommended the Wheatsheaf...More

Thank William_Robert
Reviewed 13 April 2017

Called in for a few pints and something to eat. Good selection of beer and a varied menu. Special mention for Luke T who was working the bar on his own and did a great job of looking after us and provided a good service...More

Thank Ian C
Reviewed 4 February 2017

Business Trip, staying at nearby Premier Inn. Went in for a few beers. It has good real ale. Watched the Liverpool V Chelsea game. The natives were friendly but they couldn't fathom what a Scouser was ding in there,

1  Thank Doug J
Reviewed 21 November 2016

Only went in for a few drinks on a Friday night. Not that busy really as it really close to the uni. Was okay though, no issues.

Thank 1TRFC
Reviewed 14 October 2016

Have to say it is a well located pub with good range of drinks at average prices. Food, unfortunately really not up to scratch - all meals were somewhat overcooked and dry. Had we not been in hurry to catch train we certainly would have...More

Thank Firefly306
Reviewed 1 October 2016

This popular pub is a good meeting place and offers a traditional venue for a pint or for a group wanting to meet. The menu is pub fare but reasonably priced and well prepared.

Thank Paul R
Reviewed 15 May 2016 via mobile

Absolutely disgusting food, served cold. Manager argued with me, refused to rectify my food. Was unhygienic and disgusting over all

Thank Danielle F
Reviewed 23 March 2016

The Wheatsheaf is a great pub with the main attraction being its abundance of pool tables, and the fact it has small (albeit fairy low-resolution) TVs inside some of the booth tables. I will say that you may want to check beforehand whether there's a...More

Thank shaneo632
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