Restaurants
South Yorkshire

Dine out in South Yorkshire

Find restaurants you’ll love in South Yorkshire

The number of restaurants in South Yorkshire has grown exponentially over the last several years thanks to the economic revival of the Sheffield area and the rise of the Leeds area as a multicultural hub. In both cities, as well as nearby Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham, there’s no shortage of great places to eat, serving every type of food you could imagine. Whether you’re in the mood for tapas or tilapia, burgers or burritos, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for at restaurants in South Yorkshire.

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    South Yorkshire restaurants highlight local flavours

    You’ll find a wide variety of restaurants in South Yorkshire that are committed to using locally sourced ingredients, of which there are a huge variety in this diverse and fertile part of the world. South Yorkshire restaurants will often combine these ingredients with traditional local recipes for a culinary experience that’s as authentic as it is delicious. For a classic taste of northern English comfort food, visit one of the area’s many gastropubs, where you can enjoy the likes of pork belly fresh from the Moss Valley. Or if it’s fine dining you’re after, visit a Michelin listed eatery in Sheffield’s city centre for a slice of honey tart.
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    Restaurants in South Yorkshire: perfect for a spot of lunch

    South Yorkshire restaurants include plenty of places where you can grab a light bite in an elegant atmosphere. The area is famed for its tea rooms: cosy little bistros that serve tea, cake, sandwiches and small meals. Tea rooms have been a part of British culture since the 1830s and today they keep the very English tradition of afternoon tea alive, and even reimagine it for a new generation, offering the likes of falafel and samosas alongside cucumber sandwiches and fondant fancies.
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    South Yorkshire restaurants offer international cuisine

    Restaurants in South Yorkshire reflect the area’s cultural diversity, with a whole host of restaurants offering cuisine from around the globe. There are plenty of British favourites on offer with a wide variety of places to find Indian and Italian food, for example, but that’s really only the beginning. Head off the beaten culinary track and discover Japanese, Brazilian, German or Persian food, to name just a few. You can find diverse dining options to suit every budget too, from Georgian soup at a colourful cafe, to Chateaubriand to share at a country house hotel.