Served the cloudiest pint ever with no head and the taste of vinegar. Took one sip and left it fearing it would purge my bowels or leave me in a vegative state.
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We called in here whilst waiting for out train after a day's walking. The proprietor was extremely helpful & came outside to show me the 2 sizes of cup available for my requested tea. Once he had done the tea & pulled a pint for...More
Came across this place by chance walking down to Sowerby from Normand. beautifully furnished, plenty of interesting memorabilia but not too much and immaculately clean throughout. Warm and friendly service. Only had tes/coffee but hope to return to sample real ales and snacks
The man at the bar was very rude, asking us if we could count as he clearly couldn't, surely a fundamental part of running a business is being able to count cash. There are no card facilities and the place was dead apart from two...More
The Wife & I have been visiting Sowerby Bridge for a very long time, for drinks and food, even before the landlord opened here. When it opened it was very good beers etc, but the landlord was always miserable (under statement), so over the years...More
We are residents and this place came as a complete surprise. My train enthusiast son in law celebrated his 40th birthday earlier in the week and it was suggested that we pay a visit to the cafe. I was underwhelmed at the idea but I...More
Popped in here while researching the Calder Vale Ale Trail. We arrived early in search of breakfast and were not disappointed. Speedy service of bacon barms, egg barms, full breakast barms and a nice cup of coffee too. We popped back in on our way...More
The Jubilee RR make any visit to Sowerby Bridge railway station a little bit nicer. The staff is friendly, it's warm and welcoming. Some great ales on tap, good strong tea as well. And, lots of very interesting posters and pictures up on the wall.