Lovely family pub, very friendly staff, great food and a wam atmosphere, we have stopped here a few times now when passing and never fails to impress!
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Stopped by chance at the Giants rest so didn't know what to expect. We were greeted by the bar maid and noticed there was only one other couple there however it was not table service which I think was a big naff given she wasn't...More
We loved the Camembert sharing platter. The puds were clearly homemade and totally delicious. We had to wait for approximately 30 minutes but it was well worth it. Second time we have visited this year. Staff friendly and welcoming.
Having visited this restaurant a number of time in recent years, I thought it would be fun to have an impromptu visit and relish the little known pleasure of very good, and inexpensive, French cuisine iwthin an affordable casual pub experience. On our way to...More
After many really enjoyable meals at the Giant’s Rest over the years we were so disappointed by our most recent visit this weekend. It was only after we ordered a round of drinks that we were told there’d be a 45 minute wait for food....More
Friendly staff, great beers, and the best Sunday lunch I've had in these parts, Bring your appetite - and leave room for the home-made puds!
When first confronted with menu thought choice was limited but changed our minds when our selections were put in front of us. Our starters were delicious - King Prawns for one, Mackerel Pate the other choice - followed by Steak and Ale Pie, and Mediterranean...More
Title says it all really! Lovely pub with convivial hosts and clientele. Local pale ale compared very favourably with my usual Reet Pale Sheffield tipple and the sausages were sublime! Oh and we won the monthly quiz!!
Quite simply had a really got meal. The dishes had great flavours and were obviously home cooked. Excellent