Reflecting the city's multicultural population, Sheffield is home to restaurants offering cuisine from all over the world. From Europe to Africa, the Middle East and Asia, to Latin America, the city's restaurants are an eclectic mixture of cultures and flavours. Eating out in Sheffield doesn't mean you need to stick to just one type of food, at Otto's Restaurant they serve home-made, authentic Moroccan and Mediterranean delights. Restaurants come in all shapes and sizes too, from tiny high street bistros to high end restaurants in Country Houses.
If you're looking for a very special foodie experience in Sheffield, check out The Old Vicarage or Fischer's at Baslow Hall. Both have one Michelin Star and are set in beautiful country houses with idyllic gardens and surroundings, just a short drive from Sheffield city centre. The chefs pride themselves on using the freshest ingredients, sourced both locally and from around Britain; The Old Vicarage utilise Whitby cod, Isle of Skye langoustine and wild guinea fowl, while Fischer's prefer Yorkshire game, Derbyshire beef, Scottish hand dived scallops and Cornish crab. They also cater for weddings and other special events for an unforgettable dining experience.
Sheffield has plenty of small eateries which make the food the priority, while the decor may be basic, you won't care when you taste the food. Low key restaurants serving authentic international cuisine, such as the Ambar Restaurant get great reviews and keep loyal customers coming back for more. Many Sheffield restaurants are about good food, plain and simple. At first glance Bishops' Coffee House and Bistro looks like a nice little cafe, however, it offers so much more. Caribbean nights showcase the owner's background, while the lunch menu takes inspiration from everywhere, with Thai fish cakes, BBQ pulled pork and fish finger sandwiches to choose from.
Traditional and modern British food can be found in a plethora of pubs, both old and new, in and around Sheffield. Contemporary Gastro pubs, like the Graze Inn, serve pizza, rotisserie chicken and flatbreads, while chain brands, like Giraffe, serve a selection of good old burgers, sandwiches and specials including Thai and Mexican dishes. On the outskirts of the city you can enjoy a drive to a countryside pub, like the Admiral Rodney in Loxley and select from an extensive menu of hearty meals.We are all struggling with our finances at the moment with the economic climate being as it is, and nobodies job is safe anymore. That, put together with the prospect of a dark, cold and wet winter in Sheffield is enough to make us feel low and despondent. It is really hard, when you need them most, to do away with all the little extras that make life more pleasurable and help to cheer us up, as we cannot afford them. That is why we know how much our Sheffield Restaurants vouchers are so appreciated at the moment. Go ahead and get hold of your deal, there are many ways to apply, and if you find out which participating restaurant you fancy most in Sheffield, then take your deal along and have an evening of light relief and gourmet food. What better way to pass away a gloomy winter's evening than with your Sheffield friends or family.