Praise for these five Sheffield eateries from Michelin inspectors

Five Sheffield restaurants have been recommended by inspectors in the latest Michelin guide.

Wednesday, 16th October 2019, 2:54 pm
Luke French at Jöro
Luke French at Jöro

While no eatries in Sheffield have been given a Michelin star, one has been given a Bib Gourmand while four have been included on a list of places which have been recognised as offering quality food.

A Bib Gourmand, which is awarded to restaurants that offer excellent value for money, was handed to Jör o.

This is the second time the restaurant, which offers small plates and tasting menus and is based in the upcycled shipping containers on the ground floor of Krynkl in Kelham Island, has been awarded the Bib Gourmand.

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There were also four city centre venues included in The Plate, a guide to non-starred eateries. They are The Old Vicarage at Ridgeway, Juke & Loe on Ecclesall Road, Brocco Kitchen at Hunters Bar and Rafters, Nether Green.

In Derbyshire, Fischer’s at Baslow Hall lost its Michelin star. It was previously the closest place to Sheffield to have one.

Elsewhere, The Vine Indian Cuisine in Mosborough has been named as the Regional Chef of the Year for the North East UK at the Asian Restaurant & Takeaway Awards (ARTA) 2019.

Mukter Ali, the owner, said “It’s an incredible honour. We thank our valued customers in Mosborough without whom this would not have been possible. Curry and Asian food have become such a huge part of British culture and to be recognised as the best in the North East is truly remarkable. We are inspired to carry our work and create more happy customers.”