A new Greek restaurant has been unv eiled on Abbeydale Road - and the owner hopes it will become the ‘hub’ of the community.
Yamas, formerly Dimitri’s Greek Tavern, is the baby of Konstantina Mitsouli from Corfu, who moved to Sheffield three years ago.
She said: “I decided to open Yamas because I thought there wasn’t really any authentic Greek cuisine to be had in Sheffield.
“We make everything entirely from scratch and fresh daily with our Greek cook with local ingredients. With the restaurant close to the cinema and antique hub of Abbeydale Road I’d like my new restaurant to become the hub of the Greek community in Sheffield as well as the place where the Sheffielders can relive their holiday experience.”
Yamas can also be hired for parties, with live Greek music and lively dancing.
Food warehouse in stock
Another week, another street food festival in Sheffield.
Next Monday December 12 Trafalgar Warehouse in the city centre will host the free Street Food Warehouse - also on December 19.
Street food from local traders, craft beers from Sheffield’s Brew Foundation, gins and live music will be on offer from 5-9pm. Dim sum, Thai, pies, tapas, tacos and arancini are among dishes lined up.
An easy coeliac Christmas
Making roast dinners for coeliacs can prove tricky. With the year’s most demanding roast almost here, Sheffield-based Delicious Alchemy - run by coeliac Emma Killilea - has released gluten-free stuffing mix, gingerbread biscuit mix and a gluten and dairy free Christmas fruit cake mix. They are available separately or in a gift box at deliciousalchemy.co.uk