Looking to turn your TV and takeaway night into a more interactive experience? This city's dining scene has risen to the challenge, breaking their menus down into pre-prepped food bundles so you can play at being head chef from your own home. Whether you're in the market for Michelin-approved mouthfuls or innovative street eats, there's something for every occasion in our round up of the best restaurant meal kits in Sheffield.
If you're lucky enough to live within 5 miles of Hunters Bar then you could be grabbing a slap-up takeaway from one of the city's most renowned eateries. Brocco Kitchen is packing up some incredible Sheffield DIY restaurant kits, from three-course dinners ideal for taking date night to the next level, to afternoon teas (complete with a portable stand) and Sunday roast deliveries for all diets.
A lauded Sheffield restaurant known for its trailblazing menu, Jöro is making the jump to DIY this lockdown. Head to the website where you can grab a two-course steak box, with your choice of dry-aged beef or Highland wagyu. What's more, you'll be offered all the trimmings alongside your meaty main, including beef fat onions, horseradish mash and a miso toffee pudding to finish.
Looking for some of Sheffield's top takeaway meal kits? Burrito-baiting titans Torito are now offering their delicious Mexican-inspired menu in a make-at-home format. Take your pick from their selection of bundles, including banana blossom chilli nachos, flank steak tacos and salt-baked celeriac with mole sauce, all available for delivery or collection.
Part of Kommune's acclaimed restaurant collective, Chaat Cart is the Indian takeaway with a difference. Now offering one of the best restaurant meal kits in Sheffield, the eatery's curry night for two features a moreish mix of South Asian fare, including kohzi khuttan, house dal, zingy gunpowder potatoes and tasty onion and kale bhajis.
This Fulwood Street slice spot is here to keep you in rich and saucy Neapolitan crusts throughout lockdown. Available for collection and delivery, Proove are offering some of the best bake-at-home pizza kits in Sheffield, complete with a partially cooked base, cheese and toppings all ready for you to throw together and bung in the oven.
The Middle Feast
Street food market regulars The Middle Feast have successfully made the switch from ready-to-eat wraps to some of the best meal kits in Sheffield. Offering Middle Eastern BBQ boxes for up to six people, this mix of meaty skewers, vegetarian delights, soft flatbreads and the creamiest hummus is here to bring some sunnier flavours to our locked down city.
Offering nationwide delivery on their mouthwatering build-your-own burger kits, London exports Dirty Bones are keeping things deliciously messy. From vegan specials fronting chilli cheese-topped patties and espresso martinis, to mammoth spreads of juicy beef and lamb-loaded fries, they're making your Sheffield lockdown dinners that little bit filthier.
Possibly one of the best DIY meal kits in Yorkshire, MorMor's mix of inviting mezze platters and authentic Middle Eastern shawarma are now yours to cook at home. The excellent Sheffield takeaway restaurant have deconstructed their chicken-loaded flatbread for you to piece back together, complete with fresh naan, sauces and house pickles.
Not content being the most buzzed about table booking in the city, No Name are now offering one of the best meal kits in Sheffield. Their weekly-changing set menu is available for collection every Friday and Saturday, and features a stunning three-course selection - think Moss Valley pork belly, parsnip and cider soup or braised beef and garlic risotto.
Depot Bakery & Pizza Co.
Available for delivery and collection, Depot Bakery's excellent Sheffield cook-at-home kits are a lockdown must-have. Hit up their Kommune haunt to nab bake-at-home pizzas, from meat-only and truffled mushroom to vegan puttanesca, or drop by their Peddler Market outpost for the chance to put together your own grazing boards.
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