Joni at Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet
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by steeliac
2d ago
I went to a stained glass workshop before Christmas with a good friend at Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet. At lunchtime, we popped to the new cafe for a bite to eat. I was delighted to find that the cafe is Joni, who used to sell the most amazing macarons at the Christmas markets pre-Covid. There is another cafe in Outibridge but I’ve never been to that one. We didn’t have loads of time, but I’d pre-ordered a rainbow salad, which was really nourishing and such lovely colours (clue’s in the name…) It contained turmeric roasted cauliflower, marinated chickpeas, avocado, harissa spiced squash, slaw a ..read more
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Yay! Flapjacks
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by steeliac
1w ago
If you’re looking for loaded gluten free flapjacks, there’s only one place – Yay! Flapjacks on Abbeydale Road. I called in here one day when I was driving past and picked up a selection to try with the kids. They look amazing and what a treat. They have a great website with all the flavours, which includes the amusingly named Chockwork Orange, as well as Banoffee Pie, fudge, lemon blueberry and many more. We definitely had a Biscoff one and a Raspberry Ripple, which were very indulgent. You can buy a box of 6 for £18, so they work out about £3 each. Yay! also do doughnuts and cookies with sim ..read more
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Mavi Ruya
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by steeliac
2M ago
For years, there was a little-used supermarket on Abbeydale Road in Nether Edge. Having changed hands at least once, it was eventually closed for good. We were incredibly surprised to hear it was being converted into a Turkish restaurant and couldn’t see at all how it would work. How wrong we were! Mavi Ruya is buzzing! We tried to book for a family meal one Saturday evening, but we couldn’t get a table, so we had to opt for Sunday tea time instead. When we arrived, they were turning away some speculative would-be diners. They are clearly doing something right. Once you step inside, you’d have ..read more
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Rafters
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by steeliac
4M ago
It’s been a while since I’ve posted. Work, summer holidays and family visitors have got in the way – there are always so many competing demands for time. I’ve been itching to write this review since June (!) when we went to Rafters with some dear friends, and I’ve finally got round to it now we’re back in our term time routine and the boys are at Scouts. Of course, Rafters isn’t your average tea out – it’s a high end dining experience, so very much in the market for particularly special occasions (like a small lottery win!) But oh my goodness, what a meal. The entrance to the restaurant is ver ..read more
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The Brook
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by steelymcsteel
5M ago
Hi, SteelyMcSteel here, and for my third post, I would like to recommend The Brook. It is a perfect option for a good brunch or breakfast out on the town. Their wonderful food along with their snazzy Sheffield themed art makes for a very cosy and comfortable aesthetic. They have a good range of gluten free food options including breakfast fry-ups and omelettes.  I went on a friend’s birthday during the summer holidays, this meant that there were few other customers. However, you can take away meals when all the seats are taken.  When I went, I had mushrooms on toast. It had a large s ..read more
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Magpie’s Secret
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by steeliac
11M ago
Very occasionally, Steeliac gets me a treat. I’ve had the odd free meal when a new gluten free menu has been launched or trialled, but 99% of what’s on the blog is just my own experience as a consumer. However, this week, a pleasant surprise dropped into my inbox, from Rosie at Magpie’s Secret, asking if I wanted to try out her cupcakes. Obviously, being keen to support local gluten free business, it didn’t take me long to say yes. And a couple of days later, these vanilla and chocolate beauties turned up. Rosie is a specialist gluten free baker based in Sheffield. Her main focus is to make g ..read more
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The George, Hathersage
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by steeliac
11M ago
I’m really getting into the swing of going out for tea again! I recently went with some friends to The George in Hathersage – somewhere I’ve been meaning to try out for a while. It’s a relaxed, traditional-style bar and hotel in a 500 year old stone building in the Peak District – but only a few miles out of Sheffield, and in easy reach by train. Apparently, it’s been under new ownership since June 2021, so I’ve no idea whether it’s changed much since Covid. The website suggests ‘dated decor and antiquated ambiance’ have been updated. I had a quick look at the menu before we went and it’s quit ..read more
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The Oxford Place – Leeds!
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by steeliac
11M ago
Now, I’ve decided to break a golden rule. The rule was to only write about places to eat in Sheffield, mainly to avoid confusion. But the discovery of a 100% gluten free restaurant in Leeds is too good to keep to myself! I discovered The Oxford Place because I went on a girls’ shopping trip to Leeds – on a pilgrimage, if you like – to John Lewis. Let’s not go there though. Suffice it to say that the Leeds store is a different experience. Now, normally, we’d have been looking for some street food, a quick and cheap option, so we could maximise the retail time, but we didn’t want the uncertainty ..read more
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Bills
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by steeliac
1y ago
We went for a pre-theatre meal at Bill’s in the centre of Sheffield. It’s a chain restaurant and bar with a good gluten free offer of European style food. The interior of the restaurant has a slightly industrial look and feel with exposed pipes and cable trays, mixed with fancy chandelier light fittings – very trendy. We found the staff to be really attentive and it was a nice experience overall. Bill’s has what they call an “avoiding gluten” menu that has plenty of choice from burgers through main courses like fish pie and risotto, and a couple of interesting salads. The menu and website do u ..read more
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The Summer House
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by steeliac
1y ago
I was delighted to find out that The Summerhouse on Abbeydale Road has re-introduced a gluten free menu. The restaurant has been expanded, so I assume they have a much bigger kitchen with the capability to avoid cross contamination. It’s also got a lovely atmosphere, with lots of nooks and different kinds of spaces with quirky lighting, great for cocktails with friends or an intimate meal. I went recently with a good friend and had a great evening and a lovely time catching up. We started with an appetiser of bread and olives. I have to say the bread was surprisingly good, with a brilliant tex ..read more
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