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Eat and Drink
June 2023
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There are plenty of great restaurants, pubs and bistros across South Yorkshire which stand out from the crowd

From Indian street food and perfect pizzas to Michelin Guide-recommended restaurants - here's where to book.
Brocco On The Park Brocco On The Park

206–210 Middlewood Road, Sheffield S6 1TD
0441 249 0443

With a focus on Persian and grilled cuisine, the Antler has made waves on the foodie scene in Sheffield in the short time since it opened. Sample small plates including stuffed vine leaves, padron peppers and spinach borani, followed by mains from the grill with a side of baked flatbread or jewelled saffron rice.

92 Brocco Bank, Sheffield S11 8RS
0114 266 1233

This award-winning boutique hotel is home to a Michelin-listed restaurant. Described as a ‘neighbourhood kitchen’, it’s a welcoming spot set in an Edwardian villa by the park offering a stylish dining experience. The menus here include breakfast, small plates and afternoon tea (as well as a great Sunday lunch), and a ‘little birdies’ menu ensures there’s something for the kids. If you’re a larger party, their special Brocco Banquet menu includes nibbles, starters, mains, sides and desserts, and is all served sharing style.

Unit 7 and 8, Block D, Heart of the City II, Sheffield S1 4HS
0114 479 7980

Brunch, lunch, comfort food and cocktails are on offer at The Furnace, where industrial heritage meets modern design in the heart of the city of Sheffield. The outdoor terrace is a great spot for a summer lunch and it’s dog-friendly too. There’s plenty of Yorkshire produce on the varied menu here – don’t miss their hanging kebabs and burgers. This is a particularly good brunch spot (order the buttermilk fried chicken waffle and thank us later).

The Furnace | Mowgli
The Furnace | Mowgli
Proove Proove

0.2–0.5 Krynkl, 294 Shalesmoor, Sheffield S3 8US
0114 299 1539

Michelin-listed Jöro takes a forward-thinking approach to modern dining. A simple but cool spot which sits in a stack of shipping containers, head here for British and Scandinavian-influenced tasting menus featuring unique flavour combinations (we love the sound of the BBQ hand-dived Orkney scallop in beef fat and scallop dashi).

631 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield
S11 8PT
0114 266 0069

Mowgli serves up Indian street food dishes that are packed with flavour, and their Sheffield outpost is no exception. Think gunpowder chicken, green ginger and rhubarb dahl and Goan fish curry. Their tiffin boxes form a food roulette – four tiers of meat, veg and carb chosen by the chef for you to sample.

261 Fulwood Road, Broomhill, Sheffield S10 3BD
0114 294 5185

Proove offer proper artisan pizzas, 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 melanzane – San Marzano tomatoes, fior de latte mozzarella, fresh basil, fried aubergine and basil-infused olive oil. They do dolce pizzas here too, with sweet bases including Nutella or Biscoff, plus toppings ranging from banana to Kinder Bueno.

Silversmiths Silversmiths

111 Arundel Street, Sheffield
S1 2NT 0114 270 6160

Dining at Silversmiths promises a taste of Yorkshire. It offers vibrant dishes with a local focus, from braised duck leg to surf ’n’ turf. Celebrating? Try their bottomless brunch, which features everything from smashed avocado to fried chicken or bubble ’n’ squeak, alongside moreish sides of garlic and rosemary potatoes. They have a great cocktail menu too, with plenty of classics.

Mill Lee Road, Low Bradfield, Sheffield S6 6LB
0114 285 1920
A hidden gem on the edge of the Peak District, The Schoolrooms Café & Kitchen serves quality food throughout the day, from a full breakfast or eggs Royale through to burgers, pies, quiche, soup and sandwiches, as well as plenty of sweet treats and a fabulous afternoon tea. In the evenings (from Wednesday to Saturday) the venue now transforms into Assembly, a late-night bar and bistro offering a modern twist on traditional British dining.

Unit 1–2 Aberdeen Court, 97 Division Street, Sheffield S1 4GE
0114 327 1270
Enjoy fresh bakes, sweet treats and hot coffee at Steam Yard and try to grab a table in the courtyard when it’s sunny. They use locally-sourced ingredients to create their delicious sandwiches, and their cakes, doughnuts and sweet pies are legendary.

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