I came in with my friend and it was so cosy and inviting and the bartender brought our drinks over to us excellent service keep up the hard work
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Called for late dinner over the weekend. Nice place, cosy inside and seating outside looking onto the river. I'd steak and aleStew wife had Lamb hotpot. Cleared the lot. Can't wait to try the one in Sheffield.
..... attire. Went to this establishment tonight. The stews were absolutely delicious - £6.50 each served in black ceramic pots - plenty of meat and served with a big chunk of rustic bread. If you're looking for a posh place, this is not the place...More
Love this dog friendly pub. They always have an excellent offer of ales and lagers from around the globe and from local suppliers. Nice outdoor patio area to enjoy in the sun and close to Roundhay park to walk around after. Dogs are welcome, quiz...More
Had chicken stew and dumplings which was so tasty. Also had cuppa tea and managed to squeeze in the free brownie which you get with a hot drink. My taste buds are still recovering. Lovely atmosphere, quirky surroundings staff friendly, best place for food in...More
After an extremely disappointing evening visiting other local hostelries, Stew & Oyster raised the spirits with an environment and staff clearly focused on providing the long lost art of exceptional customer service. Smiling (wow), friendly, appreciative, knowledgeable. A definite thumbs up.
I walked in a 8:45pm on a Sunday night, was greeted and was told I could sit anywhere. As service stopped at 9pm I hastily put my order in beef & beer stew with a side of chilli greens... Delish! And ordered a cider, Old...More
This is my local, a very friendly place with a splendid variety of fine and unusual ales. The staff are friendly and very helpful. If you're looking for "gourmet" eating then this ain't the place for you but what they do they do very well...More