Review on Greenhead House
Neil and Anne Allen's cottagey seventeenth-century house in the northerly suburbs of Sheffield has been doing great service for more than two decades, and visitors still warm to the place. Begin with an appetiser and a drink in the cosy lounge, before moving through to the rustic dining room with its yellow walls and heavy curtains; there's also a pretty, well-tended garden at the back of the house which is much in demand during fine weather.
Monthly-changing, four-course dinners often begin with Calvados-spiked rabbit terrine and cinnamon toast or a salad of baby leeks with anchovies, capers and quail's eggs. Next there might be a little pot of cassoulet or a sorbet, before main courses ranging from honey-roast breast of mallard to grilled Mediterranean fish with pistou and tomato confit. Desserts have included warm chocolate pancakes with rum syrup, apple tart and creme brûlée. The wine list is short, good value and to-the-point.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 1.00pm Fri
Dinner: 7.00 - 8.30pm Wed-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express