The Red Deer (West Street)

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18 Pitt Street, Sheffield, United Kingdom

The Red Deer (West Street) Sheffield Reviews

dougal dougal
70 reviews
Jun 07, 2007
It must be a good five or six years since I was last in here and it doesn't seem to have changed al that much. That said I'd wager this place hasn't changed all that much since the early 1980s!

It's one of the ever dwindling breed of "local pub" situated in the town centre. The clientele seems to generally consists of students and your sort of liberal intellectual types - the sort of people who read the guardian, go climbing and like real ale.

There is a simple menu of traditional pub grub - pies, bangers and mash, chip butties, that sort of thing - which looked good value although as we were there early evening we weren’t partaking in any food.

Drinks are reasonably priced for the location but there wasn't a particularly large selection to go at unless you were into your local real ales of which there were a few.

All in all it's OK – but that's about it. Nothing more. Nothing less. Just OK.
Amanda says:
I don't need a large selection to choose from anyway - when in England, I get great delight from just drinking whatever cider they have. :-)
Posted on: Jun 24, 2007
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