THE Broadfield is becoming renowned for its pies and rightly so.
Since it re-opened at Christmas the refurbished watering hole has been making a name for itself for good food, service and atmosphere and the Sunday lunches are taking off too.
The original hotel was built in 1896 by a fellow called Albert Twigg – his photo and death certificate are framed on a wall. During refurbishment they knocked down a wall so the place is one large room with defined spaces and an island bar.
They offer a few less pies and sausages on a Sunday and come up with full traditional roasts with beef and chicken to choose from.
At £7.95 it’s a trip worth making.
Good selection of real ales available, credit cards accepted but only street parking available.
n The Broadfield,
n 452 Abbeydale Road, Sheffield S7 1FR.
n Tel: 0114 255 0200.
n Open all week (food noon-10pm)