Five new Sheffield restaurants or dining destinations to try this autumn

A flurry of new restaurants have opened in Sheffield, from seafood specialists to casual dining food hall destinations.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 29th September 2021, 11:40 am
Updated Wednesday, 29th September 2021, 11:40 am

Here we select a few worth visiting this autumn.

NATIVE is an exciting new fish-based restaurant featuring a fresh fish and seafood counter. From the team behind JH Mann fishmonger in Sharrow Vale, it is based on Gibraltar Street.

It opened just last week, and the Sheffield Plate is a food hall with six independent food traders, two bars and live music all in one city centre package. It is based on Orchard Square, S1 2FB.

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Native is a new seafood specialist from the team behind JH Mann

The Furnace just off The Moor in Sheffield city centre has imaginative menus from laid back lunches, to late night drinks and the best live music.

Lykke Sheffield is a Danish-inspired cafe/restaurant at New Era Square from the team behind Hygge cafe. Check out their two for one cocktail offer on Mondays.

Iberico Tapas, Sheffield’s only and unique Spanish delicatessen shop, has a new restaurant at the beautiful Dyson Place in Sharrowvale. S11 8QF.

Sheffield Plate opened last week
The Furnace in Sheffield city centre. Picture Scott Merrylees
Lykke Sheffield has a great cocktail offer on Mondays
Feature on Dyson Place in Sharrowvale. Tapas is now available at IberiCo. Picture Scott Merrylees