Prince of Wales Restaurant

95 Ecclesall Road South
Banner Cross
S11 9PH

Telephone: 0114 2369176

Prince of Wales

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Type(s) of Food Served

English / Modern British / Pub Restaurant


Prince of Wales restaurant is located at 95 Ecclesall Road South in Banner Cross.

Food Service Times

Monday - Thursday: 12PM - 10PM
Friday & Saturday: 12PM - 10:30PM
Sunday: 12PM - 9PM

Last seating: close of service.

(The bar is open longer.)

Special Offers

There are no special offers that we are aware of.

Amenities & Facilities
Credit/debit cards accepted?
Fully licensed?
Bring Your Own?
Walk-ins welcome?
Average starter price?
Average main course price?
Average dessert price?
Special diets catered for?
Set meals/menus?
Family friendly?
Child facilities?
Party/group bookings?
Function room?
Private car park?
Disabled access?
Disabled toilets?
Takeaway facility?

Oli -


Food was good! Wonderful, vibrant service by Kelly!

Susan Kirk -


Had Sunday lunch with family on January 29th.

The place was heaving, but despite that we didn't have to wait too long. The decor is really nice and the staff were good and efficient and the food was superb. The Yorkshire pudding and roast potatoes were really top class. As good as Mum used to make!

Great idea for mini dessert and coffee/tea, as it is just enough to finish with and only £4.95.

We will definitely be going back regularly.

Rachel Stainrod -


Sorry to say but totally disappointed with the Christmas lunch I had this afternoon.

Firstly the pre-booked table was set for the wrong number and we had to wait for another table to be set. There was nothing whatsoever to suggest it was a Christmas lunch, not even a cracker to pull. It could have been a meal held on any day of the year!

One order was late, the portions for the starters and mains were poor. Not much nosh for a lot of dosh! The food was pleasant but not value for money.

The bill came with the deposit already paid included on the receipt and there was a service charge on there for about ten percent of the bill. We had to point this out and ask if the service charge was optional. Some people would probably not have noticed these and paid the price on the receipt! A little sneaky, that! The service wasn't bad but there was no real hospitality.

Such as shame, the decor out-does the dining!

Gerry Kersh -


Our crowd (around 10 people) have been going to this pub fairly regularly for drinks on Saturdays. We will definitely not be re-visiting, as we found that a small bottle of slimline tonic is £2.40. I know prices have gone up but this taking the mickey, especially as the service is not particularly quick.

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