Sheffield Sheaf Street is a bustling train station that has the distinct honour of being known as the busiest station in South Yorkshire. Easily recognizable by its stunning stone façade, this station has impressive links to destinations around the country. East Midland Trains provide regular services to London St. Pancras, Norwich and Liverpool Lime Street. Also part of the Cross Country Route there are trains to Edinburgh, Newcastle, Birmingham New Street, Bristol Temple Meads, Oxford, Reading and South Hampton. The First TransPennine Express has a great service to Manchester Airport and Cleethorpes while the Northern Rail has trains to stations such as Manchester Piccadilly, Hull and Lincoln. As you can imagine in a place buzzing with so many hungry travellers there are many easy going and relaxed restaurants near Sheffield Sheaf Street Station, to suit all budgets and palettes.
There is a lot going on in this culturally vibrant town so it’s the perfect destination for a short city break. Being within the Peak District National Park and hosting an impressive 200 plus gardens, woodland areas and park, Sheffield is also a great place to explore nature. With so much to see and experience in this fun University town, it makes to let Go dine organize your dining experience. Scroll upward to see the many places to eat near Sheffield Sheaf Street Station and look through menus, photos and read those all-important diner reviews! By using Go dine’s fast and efficient online booking system you can also earn free meals. A wide variety of cuisines await your taste buds including Chinese, South American, British, Moroccan, European and Italian. There really is something to suit everyone.
While in town it is worth seeing what’s playing at The Lyceum Theatre and of the course the Crucible Theatre, known for housing the World Snooker Championships. Many of the restaurants nearby Sheffield Sheaf Street Station are within walking distance and offer a selection of pre-theatre culinary delights. Don’t forget to visit Weston Park Museum, housed in a grade 2-listed building it houses one of the longest serving weather stations in the country.