A new restaurant where diners can eat cuisines from across the world has created 45 jobs.
Cosmo will offermore than 150 dishes in an eat-all-you-want banqueting concept when it opens at St Paul’s Square in Sheffield city centre next Tuesday.
Food from 14 countries including India, China, Japan, Vietnam, Brazil, Italy and France is on the £1 million restaurant’s menu.
Chefs will whip up creations at 10 live cooking stations – including a Japanese teppanyaki bar, a robata grill and a Brazilian-style meat barbecue.
James Brion, creative director for the restaurant chain, said: “We are very much looking forward to opening up our new restaurant in the heart of Sheffield and introducing our unique dining experience to the city.
“We have been planning to open a restaurant in Sheffield for some time now because it is a vibrant city with huge economic potential.
“Our investment in St Paul’s Place is certainly significant, but we feel the location and Sheffield’s demand for quality eating-out destinations will work in our favour.
“We pride ourselves on the outstanding variety of dishes we offer and we are excited about expanding our range to include freshly made pasta and rotisserie chicken, which will ensure our customers in Sheffield will be even more spoiled for choice.”
The restaurant will seat more than 300 people.
Its interior design is said to be ‘inspired by five-star hotels in the Far East’ and includes private dining booths.
The buffet costs £7.99 for lunch and £13.99 for dinner. Cosmo already has a restaurant in Doncaster.