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Please help!

 

I'm wanting to book a top end restaurant in sheffield for a sunday evening for a birthday surprise....none of them seem to open on a sunday evening...can anyone suggest a venue?

 

Thanks

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Where have you tried that doesn't do a Sunday night service? Not that I don't believe you but that's quite surprising :?

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The old vicarage, morans, marco@milanos, silversmiths.....i just need some inspiration...it's a birthday meal so need somewhere top end really....

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Silversmiths- fine dining?!! That's a laugh!! In answer to your question, Artisan in Crosspool, and the downstairs of the Milestone are both open. So is Loch Fyne, which I really like, but I know some people are not keen because it's a chain.

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The old vicarage, morans, marco@milanos, silversmiths.....i just need some inspiration...it's a birthday meal so need somewhere top end really....

 

Please - NOT the old vicarage!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

How on Earth did that get a star!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Thyme Cafe on Glossop Road has great food but you can't book table.s

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that people are saying loch fyne and thyme cafe are fine dining is really depressing.

 

no wonder sheffield struggles to get any entries in the food guides.

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I can never fault Baan Thai and they cater for groups very well too.

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What about Kitchen on Ecclesall Road?

Rafters?

 

Neither of them are open on Sunday - thought of them both and checked before posting my earlier comment. As to skinner's comment saying Loch Fyne isn't fine dining, I agree, but then I thought if the OP considered Silversmiths fine dining, then Loch Fyne is above the level they require.

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