Looking for bottomless brunches in Sheffield?
For the past few years, afternoon tea has been the go-to dining option for those wanting a foodie treat. Restaurants, pubs and cafes across the country began offering tiered platters of dainty sandwiches with sugary treats and we couldn’t get enough of them. Although, It would seem that this dining concept is now decreasing in popularity as a new trend takes its place.
Daytime dining is still as popular as ever but diners are seeking something a little more substantial than cucumber sarnies and delicate sponges. Usually served between the hours of 11 am and 2 pm, brunch is supposed to replace both breakfast and lunch and menus tend to include a combination of both mealtime favourites. Providing plenty of filling options for late risers and timed late enough in the day for the consumption of alcohol to be acceptable, it’s rapidly becoming a weekend “must-do”.
Bars and restaurants have well and truly caught onto the trend and you’d be hard pushed to find a venue that doesn’t offer brunch in some form or another. However, it’s the bottomless brunches that are taking the hospitality industry by storm and no doubt going some way in helping them to recuperate after a difficult couple of years. For a set price per head, diners can choose dishes from a set menu and drink as many alcoholic beverages as they desire within a set time period – usually 90 minutes.
We’re brunching our way around Yorkshire to find the best bottomless brunch deals in some of the county’s culinary hotspots and favourite foodie destinations. This week, we’ve been looking at the available bottomless brunches in Sheffield and here are what we believe to be some of the best…
Bottomless Brunches in Sheffield You Need To Try…
Pitcher & Piano
Holly Street, Sheffield S1 4AW
This contemporary, glass-fronted bar and restaurant in the heart of Sheffield serve an excellent Bottomless Brunch. Pitcher & Piano give their diners a 2-hour slot – rather generous considering most only offer 90 minutes. For £28 you can choose one dish from their set Brunch menu and as many drinks as you can manage within the two hours.
The drinks available as part of their Bottomless Brunch offer include Bellinis, Mimosas, Prosecco, Aperol Spritz and pints of Amstel. The food menu is relatively short but varied nonetheless. For those who can’t start their day without a large portion of pork, the P&P Breakfast is sure to please. Breakfast favourites such as Eggs Benedict, Breakfast Brioche and Avocado Soughdough are all on the menu too, in addition to some great veggie options. For something a little bit different, opt for their Baked Moroccan Breakfast – crispy bacon, baked eggs, roasted chickpeas and spinach served in a spicy tomato sauce. Yum!
647 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield S11 8PT
Hopper is a family-run coffee house, bar and kitchen in the centre of Sheffield. Inspired by the owner’s love of travel and the continental style cafe-bars they frequented during their many adventures, Hopper offers creative dishes and a laid back dining experience.
Bottomless brunch at Hopper launched on Sunday 3rd October. Priced at £27 per person, you can order one dish from their Bottomless Brunch menu and unlimited Prosecco, Bellinis, Mimosas and pints of San Miguel during your 90-minute slot
There’s something for everyone on the Bottomless Brunch menu at Hopper! A Granola Bowl with coconut yoghurt and fresh fruits is perfect for those with a sweet tooth and their Toasted Waffles with Bacon will certainly fill a gap. The star of the show is most certainly their Fried Shrimp Po’Boy – Tempura prawns with salad, dressing and pickles served on a soft brioche roll. For veggies, the Aubergine Parmigiana will be a welcome change from the usual unimaginative breakfast and brunch choices available to non-meat eaters.
453 Abbeydale Road, Nether Edge, Sheffield S7 1FS
Barrowboy opened just 3 years ago in the August of 2018. Housed in an old building that operated as a grocery store for more than a century, this independent bar offers super tasty street food in a stylish, industrial-themed setting. The kitchen at Barrowboy is run by Deckards – a pop-up street food trader serving Bao buns and fries so this is certainly something a little bit different to the usual eggs and bacon brunch offering.
Available every Saturday and Sunday between 1 pm and 4 pm, Bottomless Brunch at Barrowboy costs £27.50 for 2 Baos with fries and 90 minutes of drinking. Inspired by traditional Taiwanese street food, their extraordinarily good Bao buns are stuffed full of flavoursome fillings. Options include Buttermilk Fried Halloumi with Coriander Hot Sauce, Breaded Aubergine with Japanese curry sauce and. Korean Brisket with House Slaw. This place has a superb reputation locally and they tend to get booked up pretty quickly. Booking in advance is advised!
Unit 2 NUM Building, 18 Holly St, Sheffield S1 2GT
Turtle Bay boast numerous restaurants across the UK, offering Caribbean cuisine, colourful cocktails and chilled out island vibes! This one is probably one of the most popular bottomless brunches in Sheffield, particularly with cocktail lovers. Priced at £29.50 per person, the Turtle Bay Bottomless Brunch lets you choose any breakfast, brunch, burger or roti from their menu plus unlimited drinks for a whole two hours. Unlike the majority of venues offering bottomless brunch, at Turtle Bay you can choose ANY of their usual cocktails rather than just a select one or two. Mocktails, Bellinis, Prosecco and draught Red Stripe are also available.
Bottomless Brunch is available Mon – Saturday until 3 pm and on Sundays until 5 pm. The food here always gets great reviews so even if cocktails aren’t your thing, this one’s worth a visit for the food alone. With the option to upgrade from a brunch dish to a main, you’re bound to find something that tickles your fancy.
Unit 7&8, Block D Heart of the City II, Sheffield S1 4HS
One of the newest additions to Sheffield’s foodie scene is The Furnace, a beautifully designed restaurant that pays homage to the Steel City both through its interiors and its food. The menu at The Furnace has a strong Yorkshire theme and it is based around top quality, locally sourced ingredients.
They do brunch a little differently at The Furnace – for £15 you can build your own brunch board by adding your choice of proteins, bakery items, fruit, sweet treat and mini juice. For an additional £15 you can upgrade to a bottomless brunch to include unlimited spritz, Prosecco or house pints. We love the idea of being able to create our own brunch boards. It reminds us of those continental buffet breakfasts you get in hotels; except the items on offer are far better quality and much tastier! Available components include Baked Shakshuka, Cumberland Sausage Wheel, Jalapeno Cornbread, Scrambled Tofu, Melon and Pink Grapefruit, Nutella French Toast and Carrot Cake Overnight Oats. Plenty of choices here for both meat-eaters and vegans!
Forum Kitchen + Bar
127 – 129 Devonshire Street, Sheffield S3 7SB
Forum Kitchen + Bar has been a major part of Sheffield’s excellent nightlife since way back in 1992. The lively and modern bar and restaurant boasts a great party atmosphere at night but during the day, offers relaxed dining and is completely child and dog friendly.
Bottomless brunch at Forum on Devonshire Street is a chilled affair and the menu isn’t overly complicated. Priced at £30 per person, diners can choose one dish from their set menu and wash it down with unlimited quantities of Prosecco, mimosa, G & T and Estrella. Options include Smashed Avocado on Toasted Sourdough, Hangover Fries (fries topped with grilled cheese, crispy bacon, red onion marmalade and fried eggs), Breakfast Chimichanga, Bacon Sandwich and a selection of toasties.
As with all our articles of this nature, our list of bottomless brunches in Sheffield will be added to over time. If you don’t see your favourite venue and would like us to check them out, just send us an email: email@example.com