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Just when you thought they couldn’t squeeze another eatery onto Eccy Road, along comes Kitchen – a no-frills café-style joint wedged into a row of terraced shops above ever-busy Hunters Bar.
Inside, stripped floors, smooth walls and stunning monochrome photographs of post-industrial Sheffield set the scene for John Parsons’ gutsy, wholesome but sophisticated plates of food. His short
menu changes regularly, but good calls have ranged from roasted bone marrow with beef dripping, pickles and toast to Pog Lane chicken schnitzel with confit leg, garlic mushrooms and gravy.
Vegetarians are amply accommodated with, say, a rotolo of spinach and pumpkin with parmesan, pine nuts and balsamic. Be warned: you may need a ‘yomp’ if you round off with a filling pud such as
chocolate and cinnamon tart with vanilla crème fraîche – luckily the glorious Peak District is just a hop away
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