Situated in the heart of charming Whiston village, The Sitwell Arms is a welcoming open space for both diners and drinkers. Following a £300,000 refurbishment, The Sitwell Arms re-opened under new management in 2016 and is now run by Andrew & Mandy and their large team of friendly staff
WELCOME TO THE SITWELL ARMS
A PUB WITH PERSONALITY
Looking for that relaxed ambiance?
Our large, sweeping layout means the atmosphere flows from bar, to dining, to lounge.
Oozing with rustic, industrial charm, our new look is urban and quirky with reclaimed decor, art deco flooring and engineering style accessories for a cosy yet modern feel.
On the menu...
Along with weekly homemade chef's specials, our main menu has everything from hearty pies and puds to classic dishes and burgers and even fresh fish and butcher's choice grills. We also have a dedicated Vegan and Vegetarian section on our menu.
Getting the round in?
Bring on the Beer - SIX cask ales, rotated weekly from local guest breweries such as Bradfield and Chantry
Jumping Junipers - Try our Gin of the Week from the likes of Edinburgh, Sir Robin of Locksley and Masons gins.
The place to be...
Saturday Nights- Time for Tributes. From boybands and popstars to rock n roll royalty, bring your dancing shoes and singing voices for a night of high energy entertainment. Tributes on every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month.
3rd Saturday of the Month- Show off your singing skills with our karaoke nights
It's all change at The Sitwell Arms!
CHASE Magazine's, Joe Cawthorn, paid a visit to the newly refurbished Sitwell Arms. Take a look at what he thought.
Its often the little things that make a restaurant what it is.
Of course the food is the main reason, but the decoration, the service and the overall atmosphere and ambience really make or break the experience.
Luckily, the new owners at The Sitwell Arms in Whiston have taken all of these things into account.
The quirky décor and bespoke artwork really do give the restaurant area a bespoke feel, while the paint job on the exterior modernises the whole building, giving it a high dose of kerb appeal.
Inside, little touches show the attention to detail, such as the cutlery holders on each table, the real ale colour testers besides the pumps and the urban pizza counter.
We don’t want to give too much away, you’ll have to make a trip
for yourselves and notice the little quirky details, but it’s a massive thumbs up from the Chase team on the refurbishment front.
But what about the food?
Well, you’ll be happy to know that it matched the high standards of the décor.
My partner and I shared a portion of light, crispy chicken strips for starters that was accompanied with a zesty barbecue sauce and a fresh side salad, a truly delightful starter.
For the main we were both in the mood for a tasty burger.
I opted for the tower burger; a juicy beef burger and a zingy southern fried chicken burger topped with bacon and cheese served with a side portion of sweet potato fries.
The burger had to be deconstructed to handle, as it
was so big, but the flavours were exemplary.
My partner built her own burger which consisted of a grilled chicken burger, a southern fried chicken burger, cheese and jalapenos in a brioche bun.
Again she had sweet potato fries on the side and commented how delicious it all was.
A special mention goes to the pizza counter, where if there is too much to eat in one sitting, they provide a handy take out box so you don’t waste any, bravo.
Overall, the menu and the atmosphere scored very highly with me and my partner and the modern feel of the menu and the surroundings is a far cry from what the Sitwell Arms once was.
Pay it a visit, we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.