First opening in 2008, Silversmiths has been serving some of Yorkshire’s freshest local produce to hungry diners. Located on Arundel Street in the cultural quarter within Sheffield city centre, Silversmiths is a mere five minute walk from Sheffield rail station and is in close proximity to tourist attractions such as the Sheffield Theatres, Millennium Galleries and The Showroom art-house cinema.
The restaurant was a former silversmiths site and maintains a link with its heritage by using only the finest silver cutlery to proudly recognise the past. As you enter the restaurant you recognise that you will treated to something special. The décor is sumptuous and welcoming with chocolate-coloured padded walls that are interjected with pops of red in the chairs, bar lighting and cushions. The walls are lined with comfortable booth style seating along one side and quirky designer chairs on the other.
On the menu you will find a mouthwatering selection of British dishes including the classic, rich, Steak and Ale pie which features steak slow cooked in Kelham island, pride of Sheffield ale sauce with carrot and onions in a short crust pastry case; Open Rosemary and Garlic Whirlow Hall Farm Lamb Burger with cornbread, blue cheese fondue, coleslaw and hand-cut chips and Seared Sea Bass with broad beans, surf clam and samphire. Silversmiths also have theme nights with the popular Pie Night, as launched by Gordon Ramsay himself, on a Tuesday drawing in a lot of custom.
Silversmiths has consistently won awards since it opened its doors and the list of accolades gracing the Silversmiths name includes winner of ‘Best Restaurant’ 2010 at the Exposed Magazine Awards, ‘Best Use of Local Produce’ in 2009 and 2010 and ‘Best New Restaurant’ in 2008.
Silversmiths is the ideal venue to dine at whether you are looking to enjoy a pre or post-theatre meal, a laid-back lunch or linger over a romantic evening meal. It is classy, sophisticated and the food is truly top class. A visit is highly recommended.