Dine from just £5 in Sheffield as '˜restaurant week' returns

Food lovers across Sheffield will be able to enjoy food at some of the city's best restaurants for great prices as Dine Sheffield returns.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 26th February 2018, 2:10 pm
Updated Monday, 26th February 2018, 2:15 pm
Dine Sheffield
Dine Sheffield

Sheffield’s answer to New York’s Restaurant Week, the dining scheme will feature more than 40 of the city’s best-loved cafes, pubs and restaurants, and aims to give the early evening economy a boost.

From world cuisine to pub grub, café favourites and fine dining, some of Sheffield favourite eateries have already signed up to Dine Sheffield, which will run from March 15 to 29 and has been announced today.

Food review at Silversmiths on Arundel Street in Sheffield. Pressed hamhock. Picture: Chris Etchells

Among them, are Yorkshire restaurant Silversmiths, pizza paradise Craft and Dough, café favourite The Cabin and West One’s new burger joint Kerbedge.

During Dine Sheffield, restaurants involved will be offering bespoke set menus, priced at either £5, £10 or £15 per person, with vouchers available to download and redeem by diners.

Diane Jarvis, Sheffield BID manager, said: “Sheffield city centre has a strong food offer, comprising of both big-name chains and much-loved independents. Following the success of the first Dine Sheffield in September 2017, when thousands of diners downloaded vouchers to redeem at city centre restaurants, we decided to run Dine Sheffield again.

“Dine Sheffield helps boosts the local economy, increases early-evening footfall and gives diners the opportunity to enjoy fantastic deals across Sheffield city centre’s dynamic dining scene.”

Food review at Silversmiths on Arundel Street in Sheffield. Pressed hamhock. Picture: Chris Etchells

Dine Sheffield is a flagship initiative for Sheffield BID’s Alive After Five strategy, which aims to boost the economy by promoting a new early evening experience through retail, entertainment, food and drink. During Dine Sheffield, Sheffield’s foodies will be able to enjoy discounted dining at their favourite restaurants, or give somewhere new a try. In 2017, diners from Sheffield and beyond travelled to the city centre .

Richard Lawford, general manager at Japanese restaurant Sakushi on Campo Lane, said: “Sakushi took part in the first Dine Sheffield in 2017 and, during the event, we had lots of customers visit the restaurant for the first time, many of whom have since gone on to become regulars. “With so many deals on offer across the city centre, people were keen to visit restaurants they hadn’t dined at before.”

Visit www.dinesheffield.co.uk to download vouchers.