The best resturants in Sheffield by my opinion:
The Hidden Gem
True to its name, The Hidden Gem is hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the city behind a school on Ringlow Road. Once found, however, The Hidden Gem is the perfect spot for a light lunch, coffee with friends, or a lazy brunch. The highlight of the menu is the breakfast ingredients. Try smoked haddock served on toasted buns with toasted spinach, crispy ham and poached egg, or freshly cooked eggs Benedict. The café is part of a garden and learning center for a charity that supports people with learning disabilities by making visiting the café not only a tasty treat, but also a voice for a worthy cause.
The Lokanta owners previously operated a restaurant and bar on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey and later established Lokanta in Sheffield. Their experience and love for Turkish cuisine has made Lokanta one of the most authentic and delicious Turkish restaurants in the area. Everything on the menu is prepared locally, from fresh pide bread to stuffed grape leaves, and along with a wine made entirely of Turkish wines, to ensure a complete authentic experience. Highlights on the menu include freshly spiced lamb meatballs served on toasted bread with soy tomato sauce and garlic yogurt, or fresh, deliciously sweet baklava.
Marco at Milano’s
The Marco at Milano is located in the old police station. It is the perfect blend of old fashioned and modern. While the exterior is the exterior of the building, the interior is decorated in a minimalist elegant style that gives the restaurant an elegant look. Food complements this balance between old and new. The menu mainly focuses on classic Italian cuisine with a modern twist, such as pasta with squid ink with clams or fried guinea fowl on garlic spinach with a mixture of herbs and limoncello sauce. The restaurant is also the perfect place for a romantic summer dinner, making it the perfect place for a romantic summer dinner.
The York dates back to the 1830s, where it was used as an inn and alehouse for travellers, and has been serving food and drink under its current guise since 2010. Today, the pub is known for its cosy interior, featuring fireplaces, wood panelling and plush leather seating, and its home cooked, delicious pub fare. The menu largely sticks to the classics, offering comforting, hearty dishes that are certain to please almost everyone. Try the pie of the day served with mushy peas and hand cut chips for an authentic taste of the north. As well as delicious food, The York also offers a range of selected beers from local breweries, both bottled and draft.