Written on: 04/12/2011
First impressions looked good. Nice building, plenty of parking space and even a play area for children. As I had my 4 year old with me, this place, so I thought, was ideal. Especially having read on their customised vehicle that they've won a 'Best Restaurant 2010 award'. Brilliant... That's where the good news ends. We were shown our table, which, considering there were 5 of us, was rather small and the waitress brought over an additional chair for the end of the table. I... (read more)
Written on: 31/03/2011
What a meal. All i can say is the Chef and his/or her team are five star.
i ve eaten all over the world but the Pad Thai king prawn main meal i had was better than pad thais ive had in Thailand.
keep up the good work. (read more)
Written on: 24/01/2011
My Husband and I got married at the Wheatsheaf in 2010, it was the most amazing day and couldn't have asked for more from the staff who were helpful and friendly or the venue which was picture perfect considering it was Winter, what more can you ask for on your Wedding Day?. The food was the best I have ever tasted, the function room looked beautiful and the guests we had who stayed at the Wheatsheaf along with us were thrilled with their Hotel Rooms as were we.
We have since been back to... (read more)
Written on: 11/10/2010
Wow what a carvery first time visit but we shall return,very pleasant staff and food cooked to perfection. (read more)
Written on: 19/08/2010
Sunday lunch times at the Wheatsheaf are excellent. Great atmosphere in the bar,relaxing seating in the lounge, good cask ales, and a carvery of excellent quality, especially the gravy.When the sun shines the outside tables are a delight to sit at and being next to the golf course the views are spendid.Staff are friendly and the chefs will cater if asked for those little extras that make the meal special.Wine a little expensive but given the place and setting can excuse the cost.For lovers... (read more)
Written on: 05/08/2010
Visited The Wheatsheaf during the evening of Tuesday 3rd August 2010. Excellant welcome from the staff escorted to the table offered good service from the bar we weren t rushed at all. The food was very well presented and of excellant quality. I cannot speak to highly about the Wheatsheaf it was very good value for money and we will return. Thank you to everyone there for a very good evening. (read more)
Written on: 01/06/2010
The new menu is fantastic, its the best food i have ever tasted in Staffordshire for sometime.The mixed grill kebab & dressed salad was ace.
My wife had the grilled SeaBass with butted new potatoes (read more)
Written on: 02/04/2009
good location , the wheatsheaf inn, onneley have got it right, out look very nice , lovely country pub . really friendly atmosphere ... but .. staff .. are not .. we have been a number of times for meal drink and quiz ....but but but the staff ,,, get rid of them . some staff are so unfriendly. and rude , and its made us feel not welcome .. and maybe we might not go back again (read more)
Written on: 22/09/2008 by danjue (1 review written)
We had booked a meal in advance for 18 people.
Also chose meal when booked and paid in advance all starters were served bar one so every one had finished then the last one arrived children were served last at main meal so they were really hungry and miserable chips arrived 15mins after main meal.
Then some wanted to have desserts, we paid for that separate and took bill to bar.
Then when we were ready to leave 1hour after paying, on leaving they said bill was not paid , for sweets.
They... (read more)
Written on: 08/06/2008 by Robert Andrews
Upon arriving at the wheatshef, Onneley I was fascinated by its country-cottage beauty.
The setting for my daughters birthday meal was simply fantastic and the staff some of the most friendly & talkative people I have every met. The person in charge that day simply could not do enough to make our visit an enjoyable experience. The service was faultless.
The only thing to surpass the service was the quality of the food. The tomato soup was very good, and expertly presented. The sunday carvery... (read more)
Written on: 13/08/2007 by tilstone (1 review written)
Having waited over an hour for our order we expected good fayre. Unfortunately, this was not to be. No one in a party of 11, plus children, enjoyed their meals at The Wheatsheaf Inn in Onneley, which were quite expensive for what they were; ie Cod in batter (fish in there somewhere), dry mushy peas and burnt chips - £11.95. We would have been better going to a Fish and Chip Shop, which would have been better value and the food would have been edible. Also, the service was poor. One of us... (read more)
Written on: 02/07/2007 by Tania (78 reviews written)
I headed to the Wheatsheaf Inn in Onneley for a family meal, not knowing what to expect, having not even visited the area. On first impressions the pub seemed very nice - relaxed atmosphere, good ales, country cottagey feel. As it was a Sunday there was a set meal, which included three very basic starters and a choice of lamb or beef from the carvery. Now the website boasts that all of their food is 'home reared produce, and is cooked freshly on the very same day', so you'd expect something... (read more)
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