Popular Sheffield city centre restaurant closed 'until further notice' for mysterious reason

A popular fine dining restaurant in Sheffield has closed its doors until further notice due to ‘irretrievable matters’.

Thursday, 3rd October 2019, 09:07 am
Updated Friday, 4th October 2019, 13:06 pm

A notice has appeared on the doors of Oisoi, in St Paul’s Place, revealing the place is temporarily shut.

The message read: “Dear distinguished guests. With a regretful heart, we sincerely apologise that the restaurant is closed due to irretrievable matters.

“Oisoi will provide our future plans at later stage through our website and social media platforms – Facebook, Google, TripAdvisor.

Oisoi Restaurant, St Paul's Place, Sheffield. Picture: Chris Etchells

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“You may still enjoy a different Oisoi experience with a Eurasia-styled fusion menu in our newly opened venue."

Staff at the restaurant have told Sheffield Vibe that they can no longer access the building and that the owners are in the process of looking for a new location.

However, staff are reportedly ‘hopeful’ of returning to St Paul’s Place.

Oisoi opened as a premium artisan oriental food market in September 2015 and opened a second Sheffield restaurant this year.

The new venue is located underneath Gatecrasher Apartments on Arundel Street, focusing on a street food vibe.