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Eagle Works
34-36 Cotton Mill Walk Little Kelham
S3 8DH
Domo is an authentic, family-run restaurant, bar and deli which opened in Kelham Island’s historic Eagle Works this summer. And if you haven’t visited the latest uber-cool addition to Sheffield’s dining scene yet, you need to check it out this autumn.
Stepping inside Domo, the Sardinian word for ‘home’, the peaceful, rustic restaurant really does feel just like that. A relaxing courtyard, cosy bar and classic artwork on the wall combine to create the concept that you are stepping into another country.
The brainchild of local couple Sarah Elliott and her partner Raffaelle, Domo prides itself on serving food and drink typical of the small town of Castelsardo, in Sardinia. The owners source fresh produce from local, independent retailers and speciality ingredients direct from Sardinia.
Open daily, the restaurant caters for every mealtime throughout the day with dedicated Sardinian breakfast, main, pizza and dessert menus. There is also a specially created Bambino menu for young diners and an abundance of choices for vegan, vegetarian and gluten free diets.
Savoury and sweet options for colazione (breakfast) include the irresistible Intreccio alla nocciola (pastry with hazelnut cream),
Domo savoury special (Sardinian sausage, crispy pancetta, roasted San Marzano tomato, fagioli beans, creamy mushrooms, egg) and Uovo a tukki – eggs in a rich San Marzano tomato and basil sauce with crusty bread.
You can pick up a delicious panini for lunch (12pm-5pm) or sample one of Domo’s famous pizzas with a range of typical Sardinian toppings. Some of our favourites include Lucifero (spicy salami, gorgonzola, caramelised onions), Urzulei (Sardinian speck, pecorino cream cheese) and Sorso – fried cubed aubergines, caramelised onions, gorgonzola and ham.
We can’t get enough of the amazingly tasty offerings available on the main menu. The Da Dividere Sharing Platters are a yummy way to kick off a meal. Typical of Sardinia, there are also antipasti, secondi, pasta and contorni options. Don’t miss Involtini di tonno Rocca ja (carpaccio tuna rolls stuffed with ricotta and caramelised figs), Brasato di manzo al cannonau con purea di patate (slow cooked beef in a rich wine sauce with mash potatoes)
and Ravioli violette – ravioli filled
with purple sweet potatoes with fried aubergines, crispy Sardinian speck and ricotta mustia.
From breakfast on the go, to lunch with colleagues, after work cocktails and feasts with the family, Domo serves up Sardinian tradition all
day long. Just like in Castelsardo, where the door is always open when there’s food on the table, diners are welcomed to the restaurant just like they would be in a home.
Recommended by Michael Parry

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