Sheffield’s Newest Restaurant and Event Space

24
Oct
2013

The University of Sheffield’s Students’ Union Building is home to the city’s newest restaurant Inox Dine. The 100 cover restaurant, with adjoining meeting and event space, is an exciting new venue, not only for staff and students, but also for the wider business community, Sheffield’s many international visitors, and restaurant goers across the city.

The top flight restaurant brings a unique local flavour to the city’s thriving restaurant scene, as well as valuable new facilities to add to the University’s meeting and event services. It aims to become the venue of choice in the city.

Restaurant and Hospitality Manager, David Smith comments: “Inox Dine is a brand new concept for the city, catering for staff and students as well as the wider market. We are looking forward to welcoming anyone to Inox Dine who has an interest in great food. We’re also representing Sheffield wherever we can, working with local suppliers and producers, and also recruiting a team with the highest pedigree from across the city. We want to be a destination of choice in the restaurant scene in Sheffield.”

Sheffield born Head Chef, Joe Berry, is leading the talented Inox Dine team. He has created a contemporary British menu with an international influence and one which provides an exciting platform for local suppliers and producers.

Said Joe: “I am very excited to be working with many of the great local suppliers in and around Sheffield. As I am born and bred in the City I am very much looking forward to showcasing their products on my menu. Having worked in many hotels and restaurants all over the world I am now looking forward to making the most of the opportunities that working at Inox Dine will provide.”

A taste of Sheffield is present in the menu – with creative touches inspired by favourite local ingredients such as Henderson’s Relish and local handcrafted ale – as well as in the restaurant itself, which celebrates the Steel City’s heritage in its design and finishing touches. Indeed Inox is the word used for stainless steel in metallurgy.