British Oak, Mosborough

The British Oak on Mosborough Moor is reopening in a new guise.

The pub has been sold outright as a freehold to Forum Café Bars group, who also operate the York at Broomhill, the Old House in Sheffield City Centre and the Broadfield on Abbeydale Road.

Money has been invested on a renovation and refurbishment to create a quality yet relaxed environment.

There will be a selection of real cask ales including at least one from Stancill Brewery (which is owned by the same company) along with interesting guests, there will also be a range of craft keg beers and imported bottled beers.

The British Oak is to operate under the same ‘Alehouse’ style as the Broadfield and if the same standards are maintained here you should expect good beer, good food and good service.

The food menu offers a combination of pub classics and classic English dishes with a gastro twist, with food served until 10pm every day.

The pub has a website and can also be found on Twitter and Facebook. Stagecoach Buses 50, 50A, 53 and 71 pass the front door.

 

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Andy Cullen

About Andy Cullen

Andy has been actively involved in CAMRA since the early 2000s after being recruited to sit on a National Younger Members Task Group. Since then he has held roles on the branch committee including Secretary, Membership Secretary, Magazine Editor, Chair and now Social Secretary. Andy has also been involved with the Steel City Beer & Cider Festival almost every year since becoming active in the branch.

3 comments

  1. This pub will be great for the area.Having visited the Broadfield and Old house many times I know the standard will be very good can’t wait to visit.

  2. choice of ales and lager 5* food had 2 meals now and i would say pub grub but top restaurant prices,menu wants altering not much choice

  3. from our point of view good to see the beer range highly rated, as for the menu I’ll let you make up your own minds – you can download a copy from their website!

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