On 19-8-2008 pintplease said :
"No real ales on sale here only smooth but the price of a pint is reasonable.
The place has become run down and is in need of a refurb.
Kids are a regular nuisance running round and making lots of noise, staff donít seem
bothered. The volume of music is very high but I think that is more to please the staff than customers.
Itís a pub I wouldnít take my wife in due to the loud swearing that can be often be heard coming from a group of drinkers sat at a table close to the bar. The staff condone the swearing as they join in with some of the banter from that group.
This used to be a decently run pub some years ago, itís a shame the owners donít keep an eye on it.
On 19-8-2006 madge said :
"Stop for lunch on the way back from the White Rose but not when Leeds are playing."
On 14-5-2006 localfella81 said :
"halfway decent pub, friendly staff, good cheap beer, popular with visiting football fans off to Elland Road."
On 21-12-2004 thespicester said :
"It's OK - Nothing more. Beer's OK - Food's OK - Bar staff are OK. It's OK"
On 11-9-2004 wildwillie said :
"As the address suggests this is a busy pub on matchdays when footballing folk gather from all corners of the country. The Tetleys bitter flows freely & the food is good enough to satisfy fans who will almost certainly be sick as parrots at 5pm."
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