About the restaurant
Named after a suburb in Beirut where people flock to iconic Pigeons’ Rock and plentiful cafes and restaurants are there to cater for them, Rowsha tries to evoke an atmosphere reminiscent of bustling social scenes of the Levant. And they do pretty darn well at it on South Road in Steel Bank. With a welcoming interior of red walls, warm lighting and ornate furniture, along with amazing Lebanese food, friendly service and occasional live music, Rowsha is a pleasant surprise in northwest Sheffield. The mouthwatering menu features traditional Lebanese favourites across hot and cold mezza, meat, seafood and vegetarian menus meaning there is something to please every palate. Lamb is a dominant feature and lovers of it shouldn’t go past the tender char-grilled kastilata ghanam cutlets, though many may be tempted to go vegetarian for the night with delectable spicy stuffed peppers and malfouf (rolled and stuffed cabbage leaves) on offer.