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                 REDBRIK RECOMMENDS
Bars, cafes, restaurants – Sheffield is blessed with some of the best. Here’s a selection of our favourites across the city.
231 Oakbrook Road, Nether Green, Sheffield, S117EB
Just a stone’s throw from Endcliffe Park, Lovely Pear is a perfect place to visit for breakfast, brunch or lunch in the coffee shop after a stroll through the park and woods. The Chai spiced granola with poached pear and coconut yoghurt is particularly yummy. And the bakery’s deliciously decadent cupcakes, brownies and tarts really do taste as good as they look!
Recommended by Vicki Greenstreet
1b Alma Street, Kelham Island Sheffield, S3 8RY
Nestled in the heart of Kelham Island, Noosa’s owners have brought a taste of the Sunshine Coast to the steel city. Serving Aussie-inspired brunch dishes, bar snacks throughout the evening and a huge selection of tipples, Noosa is a super cool dining and drinks destination for any time of day.
Recommended by David Cooper
Globe Works, Penistone Road, Sheffield, S6 3AE
One of the newest places to open in Sheffield’s trendy Kelham Island district inside the former Globe Works cutlery and tool making complex. Now, the cobbled courtyard at Saw Grinders Union leads you to a relaxing outdoor seated area, quaint bar with fairy lights and comfy sofas. Here you can treat yourself to indulgent American classic comfort food, fondue cheese fun and adventurous after work drinks.
Recommended by Tom Field
Surrey Street
Sheffield, S1 2LG
A speakeasy-style bar in a former men's toilets – yes, you read that right! Hidden gem Public has transformed the disused, 19th century toilets
under Sheffield Town Hall into a stylish destination for innovative cocktails and imaginative food. It was named the best place to drink in the country by The Observer, and we would have to agree!
Recommended by Jen Beal
10 Station Road
Sheffield, S35 2XH
This cosy, relaxing restaurant brings
a little city-centre fine dining to Chapeltown serving British and European dishes using modern cooking techniques to bring them up to date. The petite menu, with just a handful of starters, mains and desserts, includes only fresh, local produce.
So instead of taking a taxi in to town, give The Oak House’s unique seasonal menu a try.
Recommended by Steven Bramhall
631 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield S11 8PT
Mowgli is all about how Indians eat at home and on their streets. The choice is great with a tapas-style menu, flavours are excellent and portions are big. Make sure you try the yoghurt chaat bombs to start – they are gorgeous.
Recommended by Maddy Barber
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