Pubs, Restaurants and Food Hall in Sheffield

We have made the list below of few places around Sheffield where you can grab a pint or have a nice meal.

Bungalows & Bears Sheffield, Central Fire Station, 50 Division St, S1 4GF his great option out of the best pubs in Sheffield for food. Old Fire Station, 50 Division Street, Sheffield, S1 4GF…

The Beer Engine promises a warm welcome whatever the occasion. Their bar offering features 12 keg lines of great craft sips, while their food menu promises a unique selection of handcrafted tapas plates and a Sunday roast selection that will get your tummy rumbling. The Beer Engine, 17, Cemetery Road, S11 8FJ

The Rutland Arms Sheffield is a top venue if you’re looking for gastro pubs in Sheffield. An eye-catching building sat on the corner of Furnival and Brown Street, this cosy boozer fronts an ever-changing lineup of unique beers, a critically-acclaimed food menu and a working jukebox. Rutland Arms, 86, Brown Street, S1 2BS 86 Brown St, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2BS

The Broadfield is a Sheffield pub with a range of beers from around the world and a wood burner. The pub is often cited as one of the best places to get a roast, and it also serves some great craft beer. The pub has an expansive garden which can be booked for events. 452 Abbeydale Rd, Nether Edge, Sheffield S7 1FR,

The Fat Cat (in Kelham Island) is best known for their fresh ale made at the on-site brewery. However, the pub also dishes up reasonably priced plates of comfort food. 23 Alma St, Sheffield, S3 8SA,

The Wick at Both Ends,There are few safer bets in Sheffield for a cracking Sunday lunch than the Wick at Both Ends.And throughout the rest of the week the West Street pub offers a variety of dishes fom cauliflower tacos to beer battered fish and chips.  149-151 West Street, S1 4EW

Head of Steam is a Sheffield pub that is popular with both dog owners and beer lovers. The menu offers unappetizing street food as well as a variety of beers. It has an industrial chic look and feel with plenty of seating for dogs to relax in the garden or indoors. 103-107 Norfolk St, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2JE,

Joro is a modern British restaurant with elevated tasting menus and unique drink pairings. The atmosphere is relaxed and welcoming, making it accessible to all. The plates here are on the dinkier side, but the inventive small plates menu makes up for it. 0.2 – 0.5 Krynkl, Shalesmoor, Sheffield S3 8US,

A Sheffield restaurant that has won awards for its Yorkshire cuisine, Silversmiths is a great place to go on a Saturday night. The menu has something for everyone and the service is always top notch. 111 Arundel St, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2NT,

Tonco specialise in eclectic sharing plates and fabulous wine. Tonco is centred round an open-kitchen in a beautiful courtyard You’ll find Tonco in Dyson Place, a vibrant little courtyard of indie shops and cafes, tucked away just off Sharrow Vale Road. Tonco, 2 Dysons Place, Sharrrow, Sheffield S11 8XX

Food Halls

Cutlery Works is a hub for everyone’s inner foodie. There’s something for everyone here, with food and drinks hailing from across the globe. 73-101 Neepsend Lane, S3 8AT

Sheffield Plate is a foodhall specialising in hosting street food vendors with cuisine from around the world. It’s slap bang in the middle of Orchard Square, in the centre of the city, and has a lively atmosphere across the 2 bars and 6 vendor spaces. 31-33 Orchard Square Sheffield S1 2FB

Kommune in Sheffield is an innovative concept that brings together some of the most acclaimed, independent kitchens, brewers and retailers in a unique, urban space. This meeting place is home to a diverse choice of great tasting food, an artisanal bakery and specialty coffee, independent retail and an iconic bar. Kommune, Castle House, Angel St, Sheffield S3 8LS


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