17 Must-Visit Restaurants in Sheffield
From famous Indian street food to award-winning cuisine, and some of Yorkshire’s most-loved dishes, there’s plenty of choice in Sheffield
0.2–0.5 Krynkl, 294 Shalesmoor, Sheffield S3 8US
0114 299 1539
An urban restaurant influenced by nature, visit Jöro for their forward-thinking approach to modern dining. Their small plates are bursting with hyper-seasonal Scandinavian flavours and their five-, eight- or 10-course tasting menus are the perfect excuse to try as many as you can fit into one sitting. The saddle of Wortley hogget, pickled seaweed, raita of wasabi and wild garlic has caught our eye.
307 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield S11 8NX
0114 268 3029
Having served the foodies of Sheffield since 1967, Ashoka can confidently lay claim to being the city’s oldest Indian restaurant – but that’s not to say their culinary offerings are outdated. They keep their menu fresh with popular creations such as Karamelised Kashmiri containing their slow-cooked custom caramelised onions, and they only use 100 percent British Red Tractor-approved chicken breast meat in their curries.
207–215 Glossop Road, Sheffield S10 2GW
0114 296 0246
Beju Sheffield promises luxury dining and entertainment in a truly unique atmosphere. Their contemporary Asian cuisine fuses traditional flavours with modern cooking methods to create dishes that look almost too good to eat. Nestled between their illuminated maple trees, don’t forget to take snaps for your Insta feed.
503 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield S11 8PR
0114 266 2843
This place pushes the boundaries of Japanese cuisine and offers dishes that you won’t find anywhere else in Sheffield (and maybe even Japan). Their meals are freshly-prepared, by hand, every day. The spiced tuna starter is always a good choice but meat-eaters can choose from lamb, venison, duck and pork for their main. Browse their veggie and vegan menus too.
Brocco on the Park
92 Brocco Bank, Sheffield S11 8RS
0114 266 1233
This Edwardian villa by the park has been transformed to offer you a stylish dining experience, whether you’re taking a pitstop for a coffee and a chat or you’re enjoying a weekend away with a loved one (choose from one of their cosy rooms and make a night of it). Breakfast, brunch, afternoon tea and Sunday lunch – they do it all. But we recommend the small plates including vegan fish and chips (seaweed wrapped tofu, pea veloute, crispy potato and vinegar). Celebrating? The Brocco banquet menu is indulgent.
Castle House, Angel Street, Sheffield S3 8LS
Kommune is a social all-day dining and retail experience. Come inside and you’ll find messy burgers at Fat Hippo, authentic Korean food at Yoki and the flavours of Brazil at Kbom – plus, don’t miss The Greek Village. There’s something to please all tastebuds. Kommune also host events, and have their own shop which celebrates independent creators.
261 Fulwood Road, Broomhill, Sheffield S10 3BD
0114 294 5185
Proove offer delicious artisan pizzas, the kind with sourdough bases, leopard-spotted crusts and authentic Italian toppings. Made with the freshest ingredients they come just like they do in Napoli – wood-fired and delicious. Sample the San Daniele – San Marzano tomatoes, mozzarella, Prosciutto di San Daniele, rocket, shavings of Parmigiano Reggiano and extra virgin olive oil. Or browse the vegan menu. There are plenty of small plates to choose from too.
Mowgli Street Food
631 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield S11 8PT
0114 266 0069
Mowgli serves up Indian street food dishes that are packed with flavour. Think prawn curry, green ginger and rhubarb dahl and sticky sweet wings. Their tiffin boxes form a food roulette – four tiers of meat, veg and carb chosen by the chef for you to sample. Whatever you choose, pair your meal with one of their creative cocktails.
535–541 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield S11 8PR
0114 268 6166
One of Sheffield’s best-loved Italians, Nonnas has an exceptional wine list and uses only the finest ingredients – some even sourced directly from Italy. The à la carte offering, along with their vegan menu and the Tuscan sharing menu, each offer something different and delicious.
Restaurant 1584 at Whitley Hall Hotel
Elliott Lane, Grenoside, Sheffield S35 8NR
0114 245 4444
Restaurant 1584 serves visually stunning dishes to a two-AA Rosette standard. The pan-roast stone bass fillet with tenderstem broccoli, sauce vierge and potato gnocchi should give you a flavour.
The Old House Sheffield
113–117 Devonshire Street, Sheffield S3 7SB
0114 276 6002
Plenty of changes have been made to this city-centre bar over the last few years – but we’re promised amazing cocktails (there’s an extensive list) and popular pub grub. For lunch, tuck into their homemade focaccia sandwiches and add chips or fries to make a meal of it. If you’re dining later, there are vegan and non-vegan menus to browse, filled with hearty meals from burgers to pies.
12 Norfolk Row, Sheffield S1 2PA
0114 276 0004
This family-run, award-winning restaurant serves classic Italian dishes including pasta, fish and meat prepared with care and filled with authentic flavours – pair their dishes with their impressive selection of wines. If you’re after a classic, the signature lasagne is a must-try.
The Old Vicarage
Ridgeway Village, near Sheffield S12 3XW
0114 247 5814
The Old Vicarage was one of AA Gill’s favourite places to dine and with stunning gardens and views around the Vicarage you can see why. It’s drawn nationwide praise for Executive Chef Tessa Bramley’s bright, complex, modern food which uses unexpected flavour combos which always work.
3 Harvest Lane, Sheffield S3 8EF
This relaxed eatery specialises in Mexican street food, tequila and mezcal. Tacos such as oyster mushroom, marinated lamb, crispy battered tofu and house-dry beef are served every day alongside delicious margaritas – and they’re dog-friendly too.
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Wharncliffe Works, Cornish Street, Kelham Island, Sheffield S6 3FB
0114 272 4370
This fully vegan and vegetarian restaurant showcases seasonal plant-based dishes with exciting flavours and takes inspiration from Asian, African and Middle Eastern cooking. From bottomless brunch to daytime favourites and a range of evening small plates, there is something for everyone – our choices would include Korean barbecue daikon, coconut grilled maitake and date butter grilled leeks.
Zammuto Steak and Grill House
11 Nether Hall Road, Doncaster DN1 2PH
Salvatore Zammuto came to the UK from Sicily in the 60s with his family, settled here, and opened Fratellis Zammuto to share his culture’s cuisine. Today his love of Sicilian-inspired food lives on at Zammuto Steak & Grill house. Meat and seafood dishes are aplenty on the menu – all best served with chunky chips – but if you’re struggling to choose, order the mixed platter to share (served with your choice of three sides and two sauces).
The Cricket Inn
Penny Lane, Sheffield S17 3AZ
0114 236 5256
The Cricket Inn has everything you need in a great Yorkshire pub: it’s right on the edge of the Peak District National Park, it’s got a brilliant beer garden, and it serves high-grade British classics (like classic fisherman’s pie and Jaipur beer-battered cod). Plus it’s named in honour of our favourite sport. What’s not to love?