First visit, and really enjoyed it. Very busy, did take quite a while to get a drink, but the atmosphere was really good.
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Great place to start and finish a trip to Sheffield - out of the station, turn right and enter. Really good selection of beers and if it's a bit busy in the bar keep going through to the back of the pub where there is...More
i have been meaning to call here for awhile,and i was not dissapointed,there is a vast range of beers ,lagers,ciders,wines and bottled beers.in fact this is a drinkers paradise,i had three pints of "jaipur" indian pale ale and very nice it was too,some people said...More
Visited this Lovely traditional pub on Saturday 24th in the afternoon. The visit was spoiled by rude and inexperienced staff. My friend asked for a gin & tonic. She asked what flavours they had. The tall dark haired bearded barman said ‘what? tonic flavours’? ‘No...More
The Sheffield tap is an old style bar with amazing features connected to the Train station. It has a reasonable selection of quite overpriced beers, all served too cold & the usual assortment of tacky "pub snacks". What lets this place down is the poor...More
Best place to meet friends right on the station platform. If you can't find a beer you like here then you never will. Always a great selection and a good atmosphere. We met at noon and it was not busy just great for people coming...More
I visited The Sheffield Tap on Saturday Afternoon and I enjoyed 2 pints of Stout. Very nice atmosphere and the Stout was enjoyable too.
Excellent beer range, beers in fine condition and served by knowledgeable and attentive staff, stylish interior, sooooooooooooo convenient for Sheffield railway station.
Had an hour to kill between trains so nipped in for a swift pint. Pleasant enough atmosphere; looked like a nice place and I was impressed with the numerous handpulls and taps on the bar. As I didn't recognise any of the names of the...More
Good meeting point with people coming from various locations, if you go through the back bar there is a microbrewery in what looks like an old Victorian waiting room. Great way to waste a couple of hours