Mrs LP and I found ourselves with several hours to spare in Sheffield this Saturday lunchtime, so quickly checked the Tripadvisor app, and found this gem 25 minutes drive away.
We arrived just after noon, and sat near a party of hikers who had been enjoying the beautiful scenery of the dales, and were clearly now enjoying the real ales on tap, including several from Thwaites brewery, and a gem from Bradfield Brewery, situated a mile down the lane.
Food was ordered, and arrived quickly and well presented.
Mrs LP opted for the steak and onion sandwich served on artisan bread from a local bakery in Sheffield, whilst I, having missed breakfast, went head first for the mixed grill. Top tip - if you're going to order this - skip breakfast!
All local meats, this comprised 2 sausages, black pudding, lamb chop, pork steak, gammon steak and rump steak, 2 eggs, home made "proper" onion rings, peas and chips, with bread and butter to mop up the juices.
Mrs LP was unable to comment too much on the sandwich, as she was too busy enjoying it!
The staff were very friendly, including the barman who, it transpired, was suffering heavily from an overindulgence in the local ale the night before.
In order to walk off the huge, well-priced portions, we took a stroll around the small village, which has an impressive 12c church and a few other points of historical interest.
We will be back next time LP junior is bowling in Sheffield!
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