With a multitude of bars and friendly faces, Sheffield is not only a nightlife hotspot but also home to some fantastic places to eat. If you have often wondered whether the independent restaurant scene in Sheffield is up to much then you will be pleased to know that the answer is a resounding yes. To ensure that you avoid any dining disasters, the team at Go dine have put together the most comprehensive guide to restaurants in Sheffield for you to browse at your leisure.
The fourth biggest city in England, despite its relatively small area, Sheffield is economically thriving. As home to many exciting landmarks and also a fine university, Sheffield continues to culturally expand. You are never far away from great places to eat so why not check out our guide to restaurants near the Winter Garden or head for a bite to eat before a world-class performance at the Crucible Theatre. As Sheffield grows in cultural popularity the thriving restaurant scene grows with it.
The New World scene in Sheffield is gaining strength and not only does it offer an exotic and delicious selection of cuisines but also unique dining experiences. Our top recommendations include Cubana Tapas restaurant that serves authentic Spanish and Cuban tapas dishes within a lively setting, or Zing Vaa; the oldest Chinese restaurant in Sheffield. Carefully hidden away in the shopping district behind its unassuming exterior, Zing Vaa has watched many newcomers to the restaurant scene come and go, but due to its excellent service and beautiful food it staunchly remains. Well worth a visit it serves as a reminder that some restaurants are built to endure; something that they achieve by dedication to excellence.
There are several areas of culinary interest in the city and they house many of the great restaurants at the heart of Sheffield. Leopold Square, in the city centre, is an absolute foodie heaven with no less than eight great restaurants to choose from, including Platillo’s Tapas Restaurant and Bar. There are some fantastic places to eat along Ecclesall Road, and London Road is particularly popular for its exciting mix of cuisines.
It can be easy to forget that Sheffield is surrounded by beautiful rural areas. The most spectacular views lie to the West of the city, towards the Peak District, so perhaps on your way there you could check out the many great restaurants on Ecclesall Road? To the south of the city you will find The Old Vicarage, a fine restaurant that serves British cuisine under a shining Michelin star. Made famous by chef patron Tessa Bramley, renowned celebrity chef and food writer, The Old Vicarage offers delicious food in a peaceful and tranquil setting.
This site was designed to celebrate the fantastic places to eat in Sheffield, by people who know a thing or two about great restaurants, so why not begin exploring what Sheffield has to offer right now? With so many different dining experiences on offer we have made sure that each restaurant listing is packed full of crucial information such as detailed menus, exquisite photos of the food and the dining room, alongside plenty of user reviews that will help you to make informed choices about which great restaurant in Sheffield to dine at next. Participating in the restaurant community makes you a vital part of the future quality of eating out in the UK and ensures that honesty and value are ideals that continue to prevail.
Our team here at Go dine is made up of enthusiastic professionals that are passionate about great food and the people that share their interest. If you check out the blog pages you can read in-depth articles about many of the great restaurants that we feature and find out what makes them so special. We also feature up to date news about the restaurant scene in the Sheffield area and offer tips and discounts to help you enjoy it at its full. There has never been a better time to dine-out in the UK and our many independent restaurants are putting us firmly on the world culinary map.
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