Whether it it in the city itself, or a short way away in the Peak District, there is no shortage of top quality places to eat. Not all of these have been awarded the prestigious Michelin Star, but all have been recommended by the guide.
1. The Old Vicarage, Sheffield
Michelin say: "A delightful former vicarage in a semi-rural spot on the city’s edge. Two fixed price menus offer sophisticated dishes with assured flavours and subtle modern influences; the ‘Prestige’ best showcases the chef’s abilities."
2. Joro, Sheffield
Michelin say: "A simple but stylish place housed in the Krynkl shipping container development and run by a keen chef-owner. Daily changing small plates with unusual flavour combinations draw on a mix of modern British, New Nordic and Asian cuisine. Book the Chef’s Bench to really feel part of the action."
3. Brocco Kitchen, Sheffield
Michelin say: "A bright, laid-back ‘urban kitchen’ in a stylish hotel. As well as lunch and dinner they serve breakfast, coffee and cakes, and afternoon tea. The well-priced menu comprises a selection of small plates listed under the headings ‘The Hunter’, ‘The Fisher’ and ‘The Gardener’ – and these include some great salads."
4. Rafters, Sheffield
Michelin say: "A long-standing city institution; the owners stamped their own identity on it by using Sheffield cutlery and Yorkshire tweed covered chairs. Refined cooking sees well-judged flavour combinations presented in an attractive manner."