For three days only, some of the best local eatieres will be vying for trade just feet apart like a scene straight out of a foreign holiday resort.
Ten of the city’s best-loved restaurants, bistrots and cafes will be upping sticks and decamping to the Peace Gardens - to bring extra flavour to the Sheffield Food Festival,
Kelham Island’s the Milestone is one of ten restaurants taking forming a feast of pop-up eateries at the Sheffield Food Festival. which takes place on Bank Holiday Saturday May 24 to Monday 26.
The festival will stretch from The Moor Market to the city centre and last year drew 244,000 visitors.
Milestone general manager Mathew Tilley says his team will be bringing ‘proper Yorkshire fare’ to the festival. It will be a chance to ‘pig out’... The menu includes sausages, mash and gravy and nose-to-tail snacks crispy pigs ears, blood pudding and pig’s head terrine.
The festival promises to be an umissable event, with cookery demos, a wartime-era kitchen and festival allotment, locally produced food and drink to try and buy. Watch a video of the Milestone’s festival plans at www.thestar.co.uk