Six food reasons to smile 

Cocktails at Oisoi, which is part of the Dine Sheffield offers this time
Cocktails at Oisoi, which is part of the Dine Sheffield offers this time

What a week for Sheffield’s food scene, writes Ellen Beardmore. 

There’s plenty happening – from refurbishments and new openings to the return of the popular Dine Sheffield initiative.

On Ecclesall Road, the new Amaro Lounge has opened in the former Carluccio’s site, bringing a family friendly feel and an all day food menu, including plenty of brunch and burger options.

Just a few doors down, the short-lived Indian street food site the Cat’s Pyjamas is being transformed into Mowgli, which specialises in home-style Indian cooking.

At Dore, Mediterranean favourite Ego has now unveiled its second site in Sheffield at the former Dore More Inn, raising £2, 625 for St Luke’s Hospice with their launch events. 

Sheffield city centre bar the Wick at Both Ends closed for refurbishment last week.

The bar on West Street – which is famous for its lemon drizzle shots and cocktails – was due to reopen this weekend with a fresh look and new menus. This weekend is also the launch of Kommune, the new haven of street food which has transformed Castle House.

See the Telegraph website for a piece from the opening party being held tonight, March 14.

And there’s still time to dine from just £5 at 40 Sheffield city centre restaurants, as part of the Dine Sheffield initiative, which continues until March 28.

Some of the city’s newest restaurants – such as Ambulo and Kollective – and highly rated like Oisoi are taking part. For details of the offers and to download vouchers, visit www.dinesheffield.co.uk.