A welcoming restaurant that makes the most of its location in one of Sheffield’s historic cutlery works, Silversmith’s generates all the conviviality of a particularly enjoyable night out. Driving
the whole thing along is a deeply committed kitchen and the result is a bold menu full of rusticity. Provenance is British, but inspiration comes from France and beyond: a starter of lightly spiced
cauliflower pannacotta with Jervaulx Blue cheese fritter and walnut powder is a lesson in texture as well as flavour, while a dish of North Sea trout with East Coast lobster risotto, English
asparagus and pea pearls sings of springtime. Finish with a combo of intense bilberry ice cream, vanilla shortbread crumble and elderflower jelly. Pre/post-theatre menus are terrific value, and
Tuesday’s ‘pie night’ is good fun.