Restaurants in Sheffield for Valentine’s Day 2020: the most romantic places to take your date for dinner on 14 February
If you’re searching for the perfect place to enjoy a romantic meal with your loved one on Valentine's Day, then you’ll be spoiled for choice in Sheffield.
From cosy to contemporary and from fine dining to family-run, there’s something for everyone in Sheffield on 14 February.
(220 Oakbrook Road, Sheffield, S11 7ED)
Rafters is tucked away on the corner of Oakbrook Road, located just 10 minutes from the city centre. The restaurant offers relaxed Sheffield hospitality, alongside having 2 AA Rosettes and being Michelin listed.
This popular restaurant offers different menu options, including tastings menus, with the sample menu featuring dishes such as BBQ Cornish Monkfish and Moss Valley Pork.
The Old Vicarage
(Ridgeway Village, Near Sheffield S12 3XW)
The Old Vicarage is a Victorian country house, located in a quiet rural setting 10 minutes from Sheffield city centre. This restaurant is surrounded by rolling lawns and offers idyllic views over Ridgeway and the Moss Valley.
The restaurant has a special menu for Valentine’s Day, but suggests booking as far in advance as possible. advance. They are taking reservations throughout the evening from 6.30pm until 10pm, offers a champagne reception and unlimited all-inclusive flight of wines especially chosen by their sommelier.
(762 Ecclesall Rd, Sheffield S11 8TB)
Olive restaurant is a family-run Mediterranean restaurant located on Ecclesall road. This restaurant offers a mixture of Italian classics and Moroccon inspired dishes. They are fully licensed with an extensive range of wines, spirits, beers and soft drinks on offer.
Their Valentine’s Day menu offers three delicious courses, with dishes including chicken liver parfait with caper butter, tomato and chilli chutney with homemade toasted bread, slow cooked moroccan lamb, served with spring onion and toasted cumin mashed potato, and
Tagliatelle pasta, fresh mint and green peas with grilled wild mushrooms.
Trippets Lounge Bar
(Trippet Lane, Sheffield, S1 4EL)
Trippets Lounge Bar is popular with those who like fizz, gin, dining and jazz in Sheffield.
Trippets offers a relaxed, continental style of dining, with their sample menu including dishes such as smoked haddock risotto topped with a poached egg, lamb, tomato and white bean casserole, and baked hake with a wild mushroom and white wine cream sauce.
Marco at Milano
(The Old Park Lodge Archer Road, Millhouses, Sheffield, Yorkshire, S8 0LA)
Focusing on traditional and classical Italian cuisine, Marco at Milano offers a warm and intimate interior, alongside entirely home made dishes, seasonal a la carte menus and nightly specials.
Dishes include chargrilled prime scotch sirloin steak in a Diane sauce, roasted Guinea fowl breast on wilted spinach with a mixed herb and Limoncello liquor sauce, and supreme of organic chicken breast with hot chillies, mixed peppers, black olives, onions, wine & tomatoes.
Juke and Loe
(617 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield S11 8PT)
Juke and Loe offers modern British dining and Saturday brunch, with an extensive wine list and cocktails in a stylish environment.
This contemporary restaurant, located on Ecclesall Road, offers fine food, and friendly service, receiving their first AA Rosette Award within a year of opening.
Their menu includes dishes such as egg, truffle and eel, miso and honey glazed hake, and fish and Chips.
Juke and Loe is a fully licensed premises, offering a variety of spirits, beers and cocktails, with a wine list that changes seasonally.