Sheffield is fast becoming a place of independent restaurants with unique offerings. The city has seen many transformations over the years and with more choices arising we are here to show you the best burgers in Sheffield, so you don’t have to sift through the shit.
The steel city has long been known for its past reputation for steel production in the 19th century, that boomed in the Industrial revolution, that and well, snooker. But, with its huge student population and a rise in independent offerings increasing all over the country it is slowly becoming a hipster hub in Yorkshire. And what do hipsters love most, quirky food offerings and ten different ranges of coffee.
With this in mind The Yorkshireman decided to look at what Sheffield’s offerings were for your dining needs. In this article we have narrowed down the best offerings from beef burgers to vegan burgers, with one place opened by a major celebrity. So check out our list of Sheffield’s finest.
Specialising in gourmet burgers, freakshakes and, philly cheese-steaks this is one city centre diner you don’t want to miss.
With alternative offerings like their pizza burgers and turkey bacon, its good scran for any burger lovers out there.
88 Headford St, Sheffield S3 7WB
Smoke has range of tantalising offerings on their menu from bacon mac & cheese smothered on beer mac and cheese sauce to pulled pork & slaw, drenched in Carolina BBQ sauce.
1 St Paul’s Pl, Sheffield S1 2NB
Church – Temple of Fun
Bring Me the Horizon frontman and Drop Dead clothing connoisseur Oli Syke’s latest venture in Kelham Island. The hipster offering has retro gaming, real cool seating pods and a flurry of cocktails with a twist.
Now, on to the burgers. This vegan offering sees Church up the anti with their plant based burgers that are out of this world.
4a Rutland Way, Sheffield S3 8DG
Devonshire Street’s longstanding burger joint, Common Room has been a classic on the high street for years. Compiled with various different meats, all pilled high for your consumption, this offering is ‘For the hungry souls’.
Their vegan offerings of ‘Mockin’ Bird Katsu looks like a game changer and the dirty fries are a challenge for anyone to finish.
1st floor, 127-129 Devonshire St, Sheffield S3 7SB
Twister Burger Company
Twisted Burger Co’ offers up some of the best beastie burgers Sheffield has to offer. So much so you may feel slightly intimidated, but get stuck into this joint and you will not regret it.
178 Shoreham St, Sheffield S1 4SQ
Bungalow and Bears
As well as a great range of ales, Bungalow and Bears has a great range of tasty fillings for their burgers. As well as interesting vegan options. And no it isn’t a bungalow, and no there are no bears, we checked.
Old Fire Station, 50 Division St, Sheffield S1 4GF