Welcome to The Broadfield Ale House
Built in the 1890s by a man named Albert Twigg – whose memorabilia still adorns the walls of our pub – and situated on Abbeydale Road in Sheffield’s Antiques Quarter, The Broadfield has a long history. It remains at the heart of the community just as it did back in the 19th century. Since our refurbishment in 2011 we’ve made a real effort to restore the pub to its former glory, serving great food and great drinks in a friendly atmosphere.
Our beers are sourced locally (including from our own brewery) and internationally and the same goes for our spirits. We have a single malt whisky from every working distillery in Scotland, gins ranging from our own True North Sheffield Dry Gin to Japan, wines from around the world and a whole host of other drinks to boot. To find out more about True North Brew Co, our Sheffield Dry Gin and our range of beers head to truenorthbrewco.uk.
In the restaurant, we take exactly the same approach to our menus and service. Serving everything from Asian-inspired dishes to pub classics like our award-winning pies and sausages, you’re sure to find something that takes your fancy, with a friendly face to bring it to you and ensure your experience is a great one.
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The Broadfield Ale House,
452 Abbeydale Road,
Sheffield S7 1FR