Saturday, 19 March 2011

Rutland Arms, Sheffield

Having been in Sheffield since August it took me a good few months to finally visit the Rutland Arms despite walking past it many times to get home but hey we learn from our mistakes.

Located near the Showroom cinema, the Rutland arms is a cosy little pub decorated in traditional style with an excellent selection of real ales usually from the local breweries of Sheffield and Yorkshire. I recently sampled Moonbeam from the Blue Bee Brewery, a deliciously hoppy pale ale from Sheffield's newest brewery.

While wasting away a Sunday afternoon in both the Sheffield tap and the Rutland arms, we decided to try out the food. The food has an excellent reputation, freshly cooked with quality ingredients so we were expecting good things and we weren't disappointed.

We opted for the Rutland burger and the Bhaji butty, a naan bread stuffed with onion bhaji, chips and curry sauce. They also do a roast menu on Sundays as well as the usual menu.

My burger was very good, thick juicy and slightly pink in the middle and the chips were epic as you can see from the picture. The picture of the Bhaji butty doesn't really do it justice, as we opened it up to get a picture but I can assure you it was very tasty.
Superb pub grub and excellent value with both meals costing just over a tenner

Well worth a visit and only 2 minutes walk from the rail station so perfect for a pre journey beer.

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