Away from the rush of Sheffield city centre lies The Prince of Wales, surrounded by fields and quiet streets, it’s hard to believe that this pub is only a 10 minute drive from the city centre. Nearby Ecclesall library, it’s a nice place to stop while you’re out getting things done and is also a lovely place to unwind with the whole family.
A beautiful grey and white exterior with wooden beams gives this pub a traditional yet up-to-date feel before you’ve even stepped inside. An extensive wooden bar area offers comfortable stools where you can perch with a drink after your meal. Once seated, the décor remains cosy and quaint, with toasty log fires that burn in the winter and comfortable seating, from wooden dining chairs to leather armchairs. The oak wood floors and feature walls are classic and inviting.
The chef makes use of seasonal ingredients to create imaginative dishes. Fun sharing platters are a fantastic choice if you’re looking to bring the family or with a group of friends, with the French-inspired baked camembert. The main menu itself mixes flavours from various cuisines, from Cornish sardine fillets to spicy lamb koftas. Offering a unique combination of mains, there’s sure to be something for everyone. If you’re after something fresh and light, order the Italian gnocchi served with seasonal vegetables, or for something truly special sample the swordfish steak. A lunch menu offers a range of quick, lighter favourites that are great if you’re in a rush and the Sunday roast menu has more options than most, with a range of starters and nice choice of roasts. Save room for dessert and sample the popular salted caramel chocolate pot, a sweet treat with a twist. A choice of coffees complement any dessert while a wide ranging wine menu makes the perfect addition to any meal.
A quiet escape from the city centre, The Prince of Wales in Sheffield is perfect for relaxation. This family friendly venue is accommodating to all with its laid-back attitude and high quality food.