The Three Legged Stool

The Three Legged Stool

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Raymoth Lane, Worksop, S81 7DY

The Three Legged Stool reopened in December 2014 following an extensive refurbishment completed by the Pub People Company. The pub has been transformed both inside and out, and a brand-new mouth-watering menu has been introduced. It is the fourth pub under the company’s Fresh and Local banner, so the emphasis is on serving freshly prepared food that’s made on-site using the best ingredients from – where possible – local suppliers.

Mains such as slow-braised pork belly with honey-glazed crackling, and pan-roasted salmon cooked in chermoula, are served alongside the Stool’s incredibly popular small plates, offering the chance to sample delights such as potted mackerel with crème fraiche, and tomato, chorizo, black pudding and white bean stew. The specials board, which is updated daily, showcases the chef’s latest creations and the Stool’s popular Sunday lunch offering attracts weekend diners in droves, so booking is advised.

The bar offers a wide range of local cask ales, wine and cocktails to complement choices from the contemporary food menus. At the front, a beautiful seating area proves very popular in the summertime. The Three Legged Stool also has free Wi-Fi and a large car park.


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Opening Hours:
Mon:noon-11pm
Tues:noon-11pm
Weds:noon-11pm
Thurs:noon-11pm
Fri:noon-11pm
Sat:noon-11pm
Sun:noon-11pm

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