Strines Inn Restaurant
English / Pub Restaurant
Despite being within Sheffield's border, The Strines Inn could be a world away. Nestled amongst breathtaking moorland scenery, it is one of many local landmarks within the Peak District National Park.
A 13th century inn that boasts traditional real ales, home-cooked food and the welcoming presence of real open fires.
Monday - Friday: 12PM - 2:30PM and 5:30PM - 8:30PM
Saturday & Sunday: 12PM - 9PM
(The bar is open longer.)
There are no special offers that we are aware of.
Claire Kay -
I'm not a review writer but having just experienced the worst and the best of Sheffield's eateries I thought I'd add to this site. (See my "worst restaurant " review of Canton Orchard.)
This ancient pub set in the most beautiful rolling and wild Peak District landscape (yet so close to the centre up the A57) just served up one of the best roast dinners I've ever had outside of my mum's kitchen!
Hot plate, real gravy, homemade Yorkshire pud, homemade sauces (mustard, apple sauce) colourful fresh boiled veggies and at a very reasonable price. Friendly staff, log fires... can't recommend it highly enough.
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