Two places to try for Sunday lunch
Inox Dine, Level 5, Students’ Union Building, Durham Road , Sheffield, S10 2TG
Inox Dine, Sheffield’s newest restaurant, located on Level 5 at the University of Sheffield’s multi-million pound redevelopment of the Students’ Union Building.
The 100 cover restaurant, named after the word for stainless steel in metallurgy, aims to showcase the best in regional food. Sunday Sessions will see diners enjoy hearty Sunday lunches, thoughtfully-created by head chef, Joe Berry, previously at Loosehill House, Derbyshire, to a backdrop of live swing, jazz, soul and classical music.
The next session, on Sunday November 3, features Nicola Farnon, classical singer and double bass-players. Starters, £5.50, could feature mushroom and tarragon soup with a walnut beignet and truffle oil and roast Bakewell beef, dripping roast potatoes and Welbeck Abbey beer-glazed vegetables for £14.50 mains. Desserts are £5.50.
Devonshire Arms, Lightwood Lane, Middle Handley, Derbyshire S21 5RN
Sunday lunch at the Michelin-listed Devonshire Arms at Middle Handley is served from noon all the way through to 6pm. The emphasis is on locally-sourced produce, and a three-course menu features starters from £5 and mains from £12.50 (choose roast sirloin of Ridgeway beef at £15.95, leg of Derbyshire lamb at £13.50 and the ever-popular Moss Valley roast pork loin at £12.95). Hand-made desserts are from £4.50.