Henry's, Sheffield - pub details
Previously called: Cornerhouse
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6001) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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|Okay for a decent pint in the city centre but more a drinking barn than a pub|
Snarling_Mallard - 30 Dec 2012 17:30
|This pub really is a mixed bag. Friday night was busy and the beer quality control was missing. However, Monday afternoon the beer was back on form, very good value, and the staff absolutely charming. Food is again inconsistent, stick to the burgers rather than the salads and you won't go far wrong.|
dry_riser_inlet - 18 Apr 2011 19:43
|First visit here. Just down from City Hall tram stop. 10 Handpumps, beers from £2 pint. Very good quality condition beers. Will be back!|
Sister_430 - 12 Aug 2010 13:48
|As detailed below, this place is very much open and has undergone something of a transition into what I can only describe as an 'ale bar'. Wood flooring, whitewashed walls and hearty pub food (burgers feature strongly) are in evidence, slightly off the beaten track down the side of John Lewis. Several, well-priced ales were on offer, from Elland, Kelham Island, Abbeydale, Dorset, Acorn and other breweries. Dorset Jurassic at £2.40 went down a treat. As Carl says, not the most charismatic of buildings but a worthy addition to the excellent Sheffield scene - fast outstripping its rivals as the best in the country.|
ChrisP87 - 21 Jun 2010 16:19
|Just as well it's still listed as being open, because it's now reopened and has had something of a real ale revolution.|
I never expect much architecturally from places with names such as this, and sure enough it's a very modern, nondescript cavern of a place, with one rather large opened out area plus an upstairs.
Furnishings are high tables and comfy sofas, and whitewashed walls and a wooden floor give a distinctly circuity feel to the place. The bank of handpumps are chrome and the general feel is about as far from a pub as you can get.
However, this being Sheffield, real ale features strongly now, and 10 microbrewed ales (both local and from further afield) were available. I had a Salopian Hop Twister which was pretty darn good.
Although it's certainly not a pub, it's good t osee yet another addition to the real ale scene here, and let's face it, it could be a far worse.
Carlurmston - 24 Apr 2010 21:00
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