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Grouse Inn

Grouse Inn - taken December 2004 This is a very good place to stop for refreshments. In 2005 it had a good variety of food on the menu at very reasonable prices. There was also several good beers on draught at prices that were good value for money.

Not one to miss out on a marketing opportunity, the Grouse Inn has the logo "The Infamous Grouse".

Last Inspection (2005 November)

The Grouse Inn was last inspected on a Monday lunchtime in November 2005. The menu was varied and the service good. The food was of a good standard and the staff were pleasant and friendly. There was a good range of beers and it was well kept.

In addition, the pub was selling a series of leaflets titled "Walks Around the Grouse Inn". Each one costs £1 and the proceeds go to the local rescue team.

Location

On the B6054 between Froggatt and Fox House at Grid Reference SK 260 780


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Address

The Grouse Inn
Longshaw
SHEFFIELD
S11 7TZ

Previous Inspections

2004 December 26th

The menu was varied and the service good despite the pub being full. The food was of a good standard and was good value for money. There was a good range of well kept beers at prices that were good value for money.

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