Friday, 20 September 2013

Top 5 - Richard Brownhill

The latest Top 5 comes from Richard Brownhill who is both a beer and food lover; check out his beer blog here. In the meantime, his top 5 places to eat in Sheffield are below: 

Gusto, Norfolk Row - A drop of real elegance in the Steel City, unbelievable food and slick service. The wine list is untouchable too. Whether its the lunchtime buzz or evening intimacy, this place really sets the bar. Easily my favourite. 

Chichainn, Broomhill - A new addition, but so much more than your typical Chinese restaurant. Locally sourced meats and fish together with traditional cooking methods. Brilliant post-dinner tea selection too. 

Marmadukes Cafe, Norfolk Row - Amazing breakfasts and free refills on tea. Do I need to say more? Constantly changing sandwich selection and lovely fresh breads top it off. Not a fan of the enamel plates though. 

The Rutland Arms, Brown Street - The best pub food in the city by a country mile. With an awesome beer selection too. The bhaji butty is a revelation, and try a cheeky blob of homemade vanilla ice cream with a drizzle of chilli porter. Wow. 

Fitzwilliam and West, West One - Sheffield had been crying out for a good steakhouse, and now it's got one. But this place is more than just that - a really versatile menu that includes brunch, sandwiches and seafood is complemented by a lovely wine selection. But despite all the choice, look no further than the 28oz Sirloin known as "The Brendan". 

What do you think then? Do you agree or disagree with Richard's choices? If you would like to have your favourites posted in this section, email a list of your top five destinations for eating and drinking, including a short sentence about each, to me at

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