Wednesday May 1st 2019
Sheffield BID launches city centre restaurant guide
Sheffield BID has released the latest in its series of wayfinding visitor guides to Sheffield city centre, featuring almost 50 restaurants and more than 25 pubs and bars.
Experience Sheffield on a plate is a guide to our city centres restaurants, from hidden gems to much loved independents to national chains. Designed to help people who visit the city centre find somewhere to enjoy a meal, Experience Sheffield on a plate can be picked up from Sheffield BID’s visitor hub at Unit 1 Surrey Street.
Experience Sheffield on a plate is the latest in a series of publications and joins other titles including Experience Sheffield in the Springtime, Experience Sheffield City Centre Beer, Experience Sheffield in the Summer and Experience Sheffield City Centre: An Independent Guide. All the guides, plus guides to the Devonshire Quarter and Chapel Walk can be found in Unit 1, Surrey Street.
The restaurant guide features a huge selection of Sheffield city centre’s eateries, each split into different categories. Newly opened Ambulo, the Millennium Gallery’s new all day café, and Kommune, Castlegate’s new food hall both feature alongside old favourites including Mama’s and Leonies and Forum.
For those who enjoy tastes from around the globe, Experience Sheffield on a Plate includes Asian favourites including OISOI, Wagamama, Aagrah and Butlers Balti. For those who prefer the cuisine of South America and the Caribbean there are tips on Turtle Bay, Cubana and Las Iguanas.
With Sheffield becoming one of the most vegan friendly cities in the UK, Experience Sheffield On A Plate features plenty of places to grab a meat-free meal. Both Bill’s and Nando’s are national favourites when it comes to veggie and vegan options, with the guide also giving a mention to Gatsby on Division Street, which features a plethora of small plates and Maveli, Glossop Road’s South Indian specialists.
Diane Jarvis, Sheffield BID Manager, said: “The latest in our series of Experience Sheffield guides showcases Sheffield city centre’s dynamic dining scene, from hidden gems to national favourites. Experience Sheffield on a Plate is for both residents and visitors to use to discover somewhere new to enjoy a bite to eat.
“The Experience Sheffield publications are part of Sheffield BID’s commitment to make Sheffield city centre busier and a more attractive place to live, work and visit. We have a number of guides available which promote things to do, places to visit and areas of interest within the city centre.”
Experience Sheffield on a plate is free and available to collect from Unit 1, Surrey Street (next to the Winter Garden) along with other Experience Sheffield guides.