Graze Inn, Sheffield

Rating: 4 out of 5.

A fabulous Independent Bar & Restaurant based on Ecclesfield Road in Sheffield serving tasty food from breakfast through lunch and dinner with lots of great cocktails, beers and spirits on offer too! A restaurant with a bright and modern atmosphere great for any type of visit that I would highly recommend.

Having visited Graze Inn just for a drink previously, I was interested in returning to try their food out and I am really glad I did. We went for an evening meal on a Thursday and found that their menu had a range of different types of dishes from Rotisserie Chicken, Burrito, Burgers and Ragu to Fish courses and Meat Dishes cooked on a charcoal grill with lots of tasty sounding side dishes to choose from.

There are also some fantastic mid-week offers here if you want amazing value for your money. Such as; Get half a chicken, 2 sides and a beer or wine for just £10 Monday to Friday between 3pm – 7pm! I had JUST missed out on this offer but I can tell you it’s well worth it!! Or grab a cocktail for £6 between 5pm – 7pm Monday to Friday too – luckily I got the chance to bag this offer on a Salted Caramel Espresso Martini yum yum!! This place is great for family dining too and Kids eat FREE all day Tuesday – Friday with a paying adult main!

Despite just missing out on the weekday Chicken offer I still went for the Half a Chicken + 2 sides option (for £13) which I thoroughly enjoyed and which was still really good value for money. The chicken was cooked perfectly (and was quite a big chicken!) with lovely crispy, seasoned skin. This is served with lots of fresh salad on the side and spicy peri peri dipping sauce (really actually quite spicy – I loved it!!!) For my sides I went with cajun fries which were lovely and the slaw which was perfect. Thoroughly enjoyed this was very full afterwards!

Ben went with the Tandooroi Chicken + Chorizo Kebab which was presented on a skewer over lots of mouthwatering minted raita. This didn’t look much at first but also came with 2 sides (all for £15!!) of which he chose the Dirty Fries – fries topped with bacon, cheese, cajun spice, spring onions and chillies – these were delicious. And the refried beans – heart-warming smokey beans with a bit of a kick, a really satisfying side.

We were really blown away with the quality, freshness as well as the taste of the food, and how decent the portion sizes were at Graze Inn. We also received really friendly, welcoming service and would recommend this restaurant for a visit. We hope to return again for more food but definitely for drinks in the near future!

Check out more about Graze Inn on their website here.

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