Station Hotel, Kiveton Park - pub details
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|a traditonal brick-built pub, sat by the kiveton park railway level crossing.|
the place had been getting a bit run down, and closed recently for re-furb.
it is now open as a "freehouse" and is run by the landlord from the Midland pub at Killamarsh.
the pub has a fair sized car park to the rear, with outdoor smoking area.
inside, the central bar serves a public bar and lounge.
the bar has darts, pool table & plasma tv.
the larger lounge is split into 2 areas, and used mostly for dining. seating for about 60-70.
whilst there is a low population locally, the place seems quite popular with visitors, and there were many diners on the saturday evening we called.
the menu is on nightly, with an "italian" night on saturdays.
tuesday quiz, sunday kareoke, friday disco.
there were 4 cask ales on at our visit, but I found them slightly pricey at 2.70/2.75 a pint.
scores ok for the meals and cask ale choice, but the beer is pricey.
a 7 from me.
reynard - 16 Jun 2009 17:11
|Re-opened in December, and in 2009 it just gets better & better - They do REAL food at good prices, and it is 'real' food made by a 'real' chef, particularly on Italian night, which is Saturday - easily as good as anywhere down in Sheffield, & you don't have pay for parking or come back with no stereo! |
The food generally is superb; not the usual re-heated, way over-priced dross you get at most places these days, where the word 'cooked' should never ever be used; just 're-heated'!
I think it's bl***y superb - More people should try it, & support places like this that are trying to give people value for money & are not just about the profit.
They also have a good selection of real ales, which is always nice to see - Try the Red Dwarf - it is A1, & the Deuchars IPA is always good - A round of applause is in order I think.
icanhearpudding - 9 Jun 2009 14:04
|The Real Ale is back here now.|
dacrlit1 - 26 Mar 2009 17:17
|re-opened just before christmas.|
haven't visited to rate it yet.
reynard - 31 Dec 2008 19:00
|closed down, with builders in.|
reynard - 14 Oct 2008 08:29