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truckerowl

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#61 28/02/2015 at 20:04

I wouldn't say our lass was fat!!LaughThumbsup

Bet Nora would do a cracking steak & ale pie thoughThumbsup

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CDLF

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#62 01/03/2015 at 17:38

I wouldn't say our lass was fat!!LaughThumbsup

Bet Nora would do a cracking steak & ale pie thoughThumbsup
truckerowl, 28/02/2015 at 20:04


What? ...to fatten your lass up a bit?WinkBigsmile

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truckerowl

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#63 02/03/2015 at 00:34

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She could have my leftoversThumbsup
Never get fat on that thoughBlushLaugh

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#64 08/03/2015 at 12:49

Back to the plot. Anyone walking the Wolds should try the Goodmanham Arms. Great food in a proper old country pub atmosphere. The Gypsy Pot is particularly good, a stew with everything in.

The guy who owns it is an Italian who's mad about bikes and has a small vintage bike museum. His wife is a brewer and there's a good selection of home made beers. The porter is top stuff.

Great lunch sat roasting by a real fire.

Thoroughly recommend Thumbsup

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CDLF

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#65 08/03/2015 at 17:30

http://goodmanhamarms.co.uk/ Linky Dinky thingy...Come on Greno, if a pensioner can do I'm sure a teacher can.......Oh! hold on!!!!!Hm

Post edited on 08/03/2015 at 17:31 by CDLF

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#66 08/03/2015 at 18:09

A couple of very nice places for a light bite around midday (some might call it lunch, but not me) for those in the north of our fair city.

Chappucino on Station Road in Chapeltown, and Le Petite Cafe in Ecclefield near the church.

Both are very good and excellent value for money. For example last Sunday we had croque monseuir (that's a posh ham and cheese toastie), pate platter (posh potted meat), a pot of tea each and three pieces of fantastic lemon curd cheesecake at Le Petite Cafe and it was a few pence over 20 quid.

Pricewise Chappucino is similar.

Both also do bistro nights, but we haven't tried those yet. 

Tell mi mam, mi mam, I don't want no tea, no tea, I'm watching the Wednesday, tell mi mam, mi mam 

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Greno

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#67 08/03/2015 at 18:32

http://goodmanhamarms.co.uk/ Linky Dinky thingy...Come on Greno, if a pensioner can do I'm sure a teacher can.......Oh! hold on!!!!!Hm
Colindobsonsleftfoot, 08/03/2015 at 17:30


FingerBigsmile

Didn't know they had a website. It won't go down well with the luurcals though. They moan that they can't get in.

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CDLF

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#68 28/05/2015 at 23:02

One I forgot to mention before...The Top Red Lion at Grenoside is now doing food, and it's pub grub with service...but very informal. Not special but plenty on your plate and very reasonabley priced with decent red wine at 11 a bottle. Good for an unplanned pop in meal.
Colindobsonsleftfoot, 25/01/2015 at 11:35


Quick update on this venue. They do give good value and as such have become very popular over the last few months...but the quality has suffered as a result. Called in tonight with several family members and we had to wait the best part of an hour for our food and when it came my steak was so overcooked it was inedible.
Trying to cater for too many without the neccessary staff to ensure the right quality. Won't be going again until they get it sorted. 

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Greno

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#69 29/05/2015 at 21:16



Quick update on this venue. They do give good value and as such have become very popular over the last few months...but the quality has suffered as a result. Called in tonight with several family members and we had to wait the best part of an hour for our food and when it came my steak was so overcooked it was inedible.
Trying to cater for too many without the neccessary staff to ensure the right quality. Won't be going again until they get it sorted.
Colindobsonsleftfoot, 28/05/2015 at 23:02


Thanks for that cdlf. I was thinking of taking my mum back home for her birthday and having a meal there. We lived opposite on Cupola Lane and it was my parents local. I'll keep an eye out now and see what the reviews say. 

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#70 30/05/2015 at 00:05

A couple of very nice places for a light bite around midday (some might call it lunch, but not me) for those in the north of our fair city.

Chappucino on Station Road in Chapeltown, and Le Petite Cafe in Ecclefield near the church.

Both are very good and excellent value for money. For example last Sunday we had croque monseuir (that's a posh ham and cheese toastie), pate platter (posh potted meat), a pot of tea each and three pieces of fantastic lemon curd cheesecake at Le Petite Cafe and it was a few pence over 20 quid.

Pricewise Chappucino is similar.

Both also do bistro nights, but we haven't tried those yet.
cheat, 08/03/2015 at 18:09


Tonight we have put right the fact that we had not sampled a bistro night at either venue.

Le Petite Cafe - three courses plus aperitifs for 25 a head, and it was excellent.

I assume our experience was typical - a choice of five starters (escargot, lobster bisque, onion tart, asparagus salad, chicken liver pate), a set main of beef bourguignon and then a choice of cappuccino cake or red fruit salad in a lemon liqueur with ice cream for pudding.

It's a intimate venue - only room for 18 people, but that makes for a great atmosphere.

I really can't praise the place enough.

Looks like it'll be a while before we can try a bistro night at Chappucino though as all their nights for this year are already fully booked. 

Tell mi mam, mi mam, I don't want no tea, no tea, I'm watching the Wednesday, tell mi mam, mi mam 

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CDLF

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#71 30/05/2015 at 10:09



Tonight we have put right the fact that we had not sampled a bistro night at either venue.

Le Petite Cafe - three courses plus aperitifs for 25 a head, and it was excellent.

I assume our experience was typical - a choice of five starters (escargot, lobster bisque, onion tart, asparagus salad, chicken liver pate), a set main of beef bourguignon and then a choice of cappuccino cake or red fruit salad in a lemon liqueur with ice cream for pudding.

It's a intimate venue - only room for 18 people, but that makes for a great atmosphere.

I really can't praise the place enough.

Looks like it'll be a while before we can try a bistro night at Chappucino though as all their nights for this year are already fully booked.
cheat, 30/05/2015 at 00:05


That in itself is a very good recommendation. 

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CDLF

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#72 01/08/2015 at 23:08

Called at Lucias in Beverley last night...it was rammed yet the service was still excellent and the Panna Cotta is probably the best I've ever tasted. Cannot recommend this venue highly enough.  

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#73 02/08/2015 at 18:38

Called at Lucias in Beverley last night...it was rammed yet the service was still excellent and the Panna Cotta is probably the best I've ever tasted. Cannot recommend this venue highly enough.
Colindobsonsleftfoot, 01/08/2015 at 23:08

What were you doing in Hull? 

We must not give opposition teams hope. We have to kill them. 

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CDLF

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#74 03/08/2015 at 09:39


What were you doing in Hull?
Owling_Wolf, 02/08/2015 at 18:38


I wasn't doing in Hull...I was doing in Beverley.Erm

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Greno

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#75 03/08/2015 at 21:28

Called at Lucias in Beverley last night...it was rammed yet the service was still excellent and the Panna Cotta is probably the best I've ever tasted. Cannot recommend this venue highly enough.
Colindobsonsleftfoot, 01/08/2015 at 23:08


I was up there a couple of weeks ago. Cracking place. 

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