Curry isn’t the kind of food that’s usually associated with a healthy heart – unless it comes from Abdul’s.
The eponymous Abdul Ghafoor, who recently opened his third Indian diner, in Ecclesall Road, has worked with Heart Research UK to create healthier options for curry lovers. A selection of four endorsed dishes is available alongside the regular selection.
Peak of good taste
Rowley’s, Baslow, is joining forces with Chatsworth-based Peak Ales for a Meet the Brewer evening on Wednesday. Head chef JK Kendra and his team are serving up a six-course meal, each with a different beer. Tickets £40.
Tenth nutrition fair
Hallam University’s tenth annual nutrition fair takes place on Wednesday. Ninety final year degree students will present stalls on topics from food and diet to health and lifestyle. The event, offering tastings, information and interactive features, is open to everyone, 12-2pm at the HUBs, Paternoster Row.
Burger restaurant closes
Burgers Inc, adjoining Food & Fine Wine in Ecclesall Road has closed. It was the third restaurant to occupy the site in a year, replacing short-lived Back of House restaurant which in turn took over from Kitchen.
Vito’s win-win offer
Vito’s Italian restaurant, Walkley, is offering £12 off the bill – and raising funds for charity. Diners simply download a voucher at www.vitos.org.uk. In return, they pay £2 towards Paces school and the Children’s Heart Surgery Fund.
Pizza Express pioneered its first lunch menu in Sheffield on April 1, featuring smaller portions and lighter meals from £3.45.