The Tut 'N' Shive, Doncaster - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2874) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz machines (Gamesnet)
- Real ale
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|Amazing choice of beers where most on our visit seem to drinking lager. Saturday afternoon saw loud music and the TV on so we oldies reired to the Plough next door.|
Steamer1 - 16 Jun 2013 17:53
|Large pub next door to the Plough, busy and bustling at half past 12 on Saturday. A good selection of ales of which the Black Sheep and Moonshine were tried and found good. A mixed clientele, and a friendly atmosphere meant that we all enjoyed our stop here. |
Stamfordian - 28 Feb 2012 10:51
|I too was in here as the football was cancelled. |
Busy pub at the side entrance of the Frenchgate centre, bang next to the plough (previously reviewed by me as a great pub).
Visited early Sat afternoon when a match was being shown, good mix of cliental, 5 bitters on draught, of which 2 were local.
A pleasant experience was had in this establishment, busy, good beer and friendly..all good.
lezford - 7 Feb 2012 13:41
|With our game cancelled we headed in here to watch the footie on the big screen. The beer (Black Sheep; Robinsons and one other which I forget) were in good nick and the place was busy and bustling. The decor has probably gone past its "sell-by"date but apparently this was the very first Tut'n'Shive so maybe they want to keep it that way for a while yet. The pub is now owned by Greene King and although their beers are on sale we were told that at least 3 guest ales would always be available. Why can't other GK pubs offer this choice??? Anyway,we had a couple of pints each and then made the long walk to The Plough!!!!|
mcroyal - 6 Feb 2012 14:24
|Decent, lively and 'warm' pub that stands near to the train station. It doesn't really have any stand out points, but does always have a decent choice of real ale on the bar, so certainly worth a visit if you are in Doncaster. If you fancy something a little more authentic however, then try the Plough next door.|
SouthYorkshireman - 20 Dec 2011 22:17
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