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The two trendy new restaurants have opened at New Era Square in Sheffield

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Sheffield food lovers rejoice because two trendy restaurants have just opened in New Era Square.

They join the range of independent businesses at the site, which have given the square a reputation as the city’s ” hottest new food and drink destination”.

One of the new additions, Burger Hub promises to serve quality handmade burgers with a difference.

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While the highly-anticipated Doki Kagoshima is hoping to become the city’s best Japanese restaurant.

Doki Kagoshima boasts an authentic menu including rice bowls, salmon rolls, nigiri and sashimi.

And the contemporary restaurant’s décor and presentation will add to the experience, with beautiful Japanese tea-sets and rice bowls that arrive at your table wreathed in flame.

A spokesperson said the menu has been carefully crafted using the best ingredients and is accessible to both Japanese enthusiasts and newcomers alike.



Lykke is a Nordic coffee and cocktail bar
Lykke is a Nordic coffee and cocktail bar

Meanwhile, Burger Hub serves “elegant designer burgers”, according to owner Syed Naqvi.

Syed said his dreams of opening his own burger restaurant started when he noticed a lack of venues serving quality burgers using halal produce in Sheffield.

“Our menu features beef, lamb, chicken and vegetarian burgers – all of which is halal and locally sourced to minimise environmental impact. We want to be part of the city’s new generation of hospitality venues that is destined to shake up the food and drink scene,” he added.

The two restaurants join the street food outlets, like popular Yum Yum Bites, already at the square, as well as Oisoi Gathering which began serving fine-dining small plates last year.

Nordic coffee and cocktail bar Lykke also opened over the summer.

Alex Moore from Lykke said: “We were inspired by Scandinavian culture. The people there really know how to relax and have a great time.

“So, everything about Lykke, from its interior design and friendly staff to its menu of light bites and sharing platters, is designed to create a calm environment in which to unwind with your friends.”



Lykke is a Nordic coffee and cocktail bar

And the excitement doesn’t stop there. A range of venues are set to open in 2022, including a French wine bar, a modern sports bar and a Brazillian steak house.

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