Sheffield Hallam University is one of two universities in Sheffield, Yorkshire. It has two campuses, one situated in city centre, a handy few minutes' walk from Sheffield train station, and the Collegiate Crescent campus which is next to the vibrant and well known Ecclesall Road. Both campuses have a long-standing history, with Collegiate Crescent Campus opening in 1836 and City Campus a little later, in 1843. It is also impressive in size, being the third largest university in the UK. Sheffield Hallam is known for being a welcoming and friendly one, and with such firm roots in the heart of the city, it's a great location for student life. There are lots of restaurants near Sheffield Hallam, as well as plenty of shops and a nightlife that will keep those who enjoy their evenings in bars and clubs more than satisfied. If you're spending time with a relative at Sheffield Hallam, whether it’s dropping them off for the new term, bringing them home for a while or just a passing surprise visit, then why not treat them to a meal? Or, if they're feeling particularly generous and still have some student pennies left over, they could be the ones paying! The restaurant closest to Sheffield Hallam University is Piccolino, an Italian which is nestled in Millennium Square in the city centre, serving great food in an airy and chilled out environment. If you're not in the mood for Italian then how about Café Rouge or Zing Vaa? Café Rouge offers French cuisine, and Zing Vaa is the oldest Chinese restaurant in Sheffield, and a very popular choice too. Both are also very close to the university so you won't have to go very far for a nice meal. We've listed the restaurants nearby Sheffield Hallam University and ranked them by distance so you've got a lot to choose from!