Tipped to be one of the largest hospitality developments in the city to date, it's no wonder that this £70m swanky spot is quickly becoming a very popular destination for those of us feeling thirsty or peckish. With new venues popping up all the time, it can be hard to keep track. So, let us do all the hard work for you... here's where to eat and drink in Sheffield's New Era Square developments.
If you're looking for fancy restaurants in Sheffield's New Era Square, Oisoi Gathering is a top choice. Pan-Asian eats and dim sum afternoon teas are the name of the game here, for a fine dining twist on the classics. Plus, the interiors are as beautiful as the plates are moreish, making it the perfect place for an indulgent date with plenty of opportunities for the 'Gram.
Homely Nordic venue Lykke is one of the best Sheffield New Era Square bars, thanks to a menu that includes drinks to guzzle from horn-shaped glasses (how very Viking), bottomless brunch and pizzas. Better yet, these sexy interiors mix Scandi chic with rattan chairs, marble-top tables and cosy sofas for a comforting feel that also doesn't skimp on style.
When it comes to New Era Square food, the Dokidoki Sheffield menu has to be right up there among the best. The Japanese spot has an omakase bar menu of sake and seasonal cocktails to accompany a whole host of delightful dishes. From rice bowls that arrive engulfed in flames to oh-so-fresh nigiri, sashimi and Wagyu steak, it's got all your favourites across a simple, yet sleek, space.
Serving up Korean food at a restaurant in New Era Square Sheffield is Shuyo, the casual dining hub that isn't to be missed. Whether kimchi soup, fried chicken or spicy pork bibimbap is more your thing, this place has the dish to satisfy your cravings. Our pick? The dakgalbi for two - that's stir fried chicken with rice cakes, fish cakes and vegetables, topped with melted cheese.
Yum Yum Bites
For authentic Taiwanese food without a killer price tag, casual dining experience Yum Yum Bites is the one. There's fried tofu, liang main (cold sesame noodles), rice rolls and fried chicken to chow down. But it doesn't stop there... they also boast a lineup of soya-based drinks and dishes from other countries, including Japanese bento boxes and curries.