...in a city that has been declared the UKs foodie hotspot by The Observer Food Monthly.
We think what makes Sheffield a bit different is that in so many places you'll be cooked for, served or greeted by the people who own - and have put their heart and soul into - the individual venues.
Whether you want a pre-theatre cocktail, a cosy elongated afternoon aperitif with some sharing plates, or an inventive and memorable evening menu, Sheffield has got you covered - just don't be shy to have a chat whichever you go to.
Tonco started as their little pop-up, then they found their own home in this beautiful courtyard called Dyson Place just out of the city centre on the fiercely independent Sharrow Vale Road.
Inspirations from Europe and beyond, served in a laid back but expert way, in one of the friendliest places you'll ever eat. Especially if it's warm and sunny and the giant deck chairs are out front.
Danny is the head chef of this quirky space in between two old industrial spaces in the increasingly popular Kelham Island area of the city.
Using a lot of flame to bring out the flavour and a whole load of influences to accompany each dish, those of you who want veggie or vegan food will find yourself struggling how to not just ask for one of everything.
James O'Hara and his brilliant team of mixologists and downright interesting folk decided to take on the rather ambitious project of turning the old public toilets underneath the iconic Sheffield Town Hall into one of the country's best cocktail bars.
A few years on and they've not just managed it, but they've kept up that high standard thanks to brilliantly unique ways of taking you through a menu, completely delicious flavours and none of the pretentiousness of a fancy cocktail bar.
A few thought they were quite mad, setting up a cosy eatery in the Hillsborough neighbourhood, and calling it The Orange Bird.
But the strong South African quirks, top notch service and that feeling you only get when you can really tell how much people care about what they're making you part with your money for, gives you just that perfect meal out experience.
Arguably Sheffield's best known food export, JÖRO continues to go from strength to strength under the watchful eye of Luke and Stacey.
Culinary masterpieces are paired with informality and it's all about the craft and inventiveness of brilliant minds at work while you sit and take it all in.
Is it a bar? is it a kitchen? Is it just their home? Truth be told it's kind of all three and more.
The ingredients, the taste, the wine pairings, the aperitifs... it's all absolutely spot on, but what you've got on top of that is a laid back, delightful atmosphere that can only be created by people loving what they do. Go join them.
Distinctive seasonal cooking, fine food and friendly service is what defines this Michelin listed restaurant in trendy Kelham Island.
Humble in acknowledgment of ancient Japanese culture, custom, techniques and food, Tsuki balance love of authentic ways with a seamless interactive tech experience over two restaurant levels.
NO NAME is a small bistro serving a short but continually changing menu, that is based highly on seasonality and locally sourced market produce
A relaxed 26-seater restaurant tucked away in the leafy suburb of Nethergreen, Rafters has been a mainstay of Sheffield's fine dining scene for nearly 30 years.
Fischer’s Baslow Hall, is a multiple award-winning, individual, stylish, boutique country house hotel and restaurant. An exquisite menu, impeccable service and a prestigious wine list ensure this is a place you won't forget on those special occasions.
Mavi Rüya pride themselves in offering the finest Anatolian cuisine, with over 20 years of experience creating mouth-watering dishes and seasonal specials.
Native is a fresh fish and seafood restaurant located on Gibraltar Street in Sheffield. Provenance and quality in a great atmosphere are key ingredients, and Native certainly doesn't disappoint.
Family run, this authentic and award winning restaurant is full of passion for great food, wine and hospitality. The truly elegant surroundings offer a true taste of Italy, delivered with love by Ester and Saverio.
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