Reece Lippolis opened Urban Pantry in March this year. Located in Crookes, this Sheffield deli is all about celebrating what is local as well as quality in terms of ingredients. Like an Aladdin’s cave you can find Cat Lane bakery bread, Our Cow Molly milk and ice-cream, Just Preserves jam and chutney, Moss Valley sausages and bacon. There’s also a fine collection of olive oil, coffee, wine, delicatessen products and plenty of cheese.Read More›
My name is Ros Ayres and here you will find my food reviews, recipes and features. Mostly I write about Sheffield although you will find my holiday food adventures are shared here too. Enjoy.
Roast (now How St) is located on Howard Street in the city centre in an ideal spot to grab lunch and a coffee, or something to takeaway on your way to the train station. Their menu offers breakfasts including the ‘Pride of Britain’ which is full English in a bap! You can also choose from a range of hot and cold sandwiches, salads, soups and home-made cakes.Read More›
The artisan bakery Forge Bakehouse on Abbeydale Road opened in November. It is run by Martha and Ben who learnt their trade at the Artisan School of Food in Nottinghamshire.
Everything sold in the bakery is made and baked on site and the choice and quality is impressive. The breads vary from ciabatta, sourdough, rye and brioche. Then the selection of tempting sweet treats include croissants, tarts and brownies. For the festive season you can now get mince pies made with Abbeydale Brewery Daily Bread Bitter, as well as two types of stollen.Read More›