A cosy Sheffield pub with a lot going on, The Lescar serves up cask ales from the local Abbeydale Brewery alongside a menu of gourmet British dishes. The tranquil garden has heaters and covered areas, and in the evenings there are events including pub quizzes, live jazz and comedy.
The Lescar menu showcases a great selection of seasonal pub food with inventive tweaks. There are pork, leek and Welsh rarebit sausages served with spring onion mash and red wine jus, and homemade crab cakes with coconut yoghurt dressing and curly kale. The USDA smoked brisket sandwich in a toasted bloomer is given a kick with pickled red chillies, while the Sunday roasts feature options like 21-day aged British roast sirloin beef, and slow-cooked lamb shoulder, all with trimmings like fluffy Yorkshire puddings.
Cask ales from the local area are on tap at The Lescar Sheffield, and the bar also serves up a concise wine list, and premium spirits. The dessert menu offers classics like sticky toffee pudding, rich cheesecakes, and mandarin and orange liquor Belgian chocolate torte.
Also offering fun additions like board games, The Lescar is an inviting pub at any time of day, and sits a 6-minute drive from Sheffield Rail Station.
of diners recommend this restaurant
- dinner (4)
- lunch (4)
- private dining (1)
- trendy (3)
- value (3)
21 May 2018
Not a lot of staff on so there was a bit of a wait to be served
22 April 2018
Lovely Sunday supper
5 April 2018
Friendly, busy pub atmosphere. Food is tasty and plentiful. The triple cooked chips are very good
26 March 2018
I eat here a lot and it used to be lovely but on my last few visits the service and food has been variable
18 February 2017
Nice to have name on reservation sign on the table. Staff welcoming and friendly. Food /atmosphere good Drink of the day recommended on menu was not available
21 November 2016
Attentive service, not rushed in any way, good food