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Moorlands, Owler Bar [Closed] - pub details


Address: Baslow Road, Owler Bar, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S17 3BQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37266) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Dore (2.9 miles), Grindleford (3 miles), Dronfield (4.1 miles)

> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 3 users)
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user reviews of Moorlands, Owler Bar

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Called here after a 5 mile hike, had the usual excellent value carvery but don't let the gormless barman sell you a pint of cheap but average tasting beer with 2 inches of froth on top. They will if they can get away with it. I waited till it settled and had it topped up twice. This happened with every pint we bought both the EPA and Pedigree.
GeofB - 7 Jan 2012 09:59
Half the price of the nearby Peacock, and with better food. It was an accurate review by the previous reviewer, so what to add ? Nicely located, panoramic views outside, a pleasant trip out on a summer evening for an excellent bargain meal. The place gets busy at the peak hours 6 - 8 pm then falls off quickly. Go about 8.30pm to avoid queueing, Sometimes deserted by 9pm. They usually sell a cheap pint of Greene King IPA for less than 2 It's nowt special but you can't really complain at this price.
GeofB - 29 Nov 2011 19:32
a "newish" pub diner, on the big roundabout at owler bar, on the edge of the peak district park. theres a large car park, small kids fenced kids play area, and about a dozen outdoor tables.
inside is modern, smart, comfortable, and quite spacious. the tables are not too crowded, as I've found in some crown carveries. seating is for about 200 at a guess.
the standard carvery is available through the day and evening.
3.50. 6.50 on sundays.
small range of additional meals, with staters and desserts.
although I have to say I've usually had enough after the self-service carvery!
once again, no cask ales on. [shame].
as to be expected from the crown carvery chain:
good food at excellent prices.
we found this was a nice stop after a days walking in the Peaks.
however I think it could get quite busy at peak dining times.
a 7 from me. [mainly as a diner].

reynard - 12 May 2009 13:26

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