Ten new Sheffield food spots you should try
Vibrant and varied, Sheffield's food and drink scene has welcomed an incredible array of new businesses in the last year.
Whittling them down is tough, but here are ten of the most exciting.
Eve Kitchen, on Sharrowvale Road, only sells handmade doughnuts - but it often sells out before closing time. They come with decadent fillings - try the lemon meringue or the chocolate and peanut butter.
Almost next door, you can get a slice for £1 at Porter Pizza. They also deliver to nearby pubs, and the Flamin Nora with ‘nduja and chilli jam is worth shouting about.
Head into town to check out Sentinel Brewhouse, where you can drink freshly brewed beers and ale-themed food. The meaty Scotch eggs with runny yolks , and Sunday lunches, ensure repeat custom.
Now for a first - Make No Bones, on Chesterfield Road, Meersbrook, sells solely vegan food. But everyone can enjoy their crispy tofu fish finger sandwiches and creative ways.
At the other end of the scale, The Botanist in Leopold Square is a chain - but it is good news for Sheffield. Luxury gin cocktails by the forest-themed bar make for a top date night.
The Moor is still undergoing major rennovation, with several new restaurants expected there as part of its new cinema, opening in spring.
But The Cabin got in there early - and is already serving up stacks of sweet American pancakes and waffles drizzled with maple syrup to diner fans. Oh, and it has a bear statue.
Kelham Island was recently named one of the hippest places to live - and there are plenty of places for hipsters to dine.
The Bhaji Thali Cafe, which moved there last year, offers Indian inspired food by the riverside. And round the corner hyper-seasonal, hyper-local Jöro wows with liquid nitrogen, Nordic style cuisine and a nose to tail approach.
Street food is having a moment in Sheffield, with markets such as Peddler and Street City attended by thousands.
The pleasingly named Humpit often has lunchtime queues, and takes hummus and pita very seriously.
Over in Hillsborough, The Front Room may be next to a tram stop but serves authentic, premium fare inside an all-white space with candles and suit-wearing waiters. Try the lamb keema for searing spice that will set your tastebuds alight.