Artisan restaurant, Crosspool: now on both floors
Richard Smith’s Catch seafood cafe at Crosspool is closing as a separate venture and merging with Artisan downstairs. The same menu will be running on both floors, with fish a specialty.
The Sheffield Telegraph reports that Artisan was turning people away at busy times.
Yesterday it was announced that Artisan restaurant in Crosspool has retained its status as a Bib Gourmand in the latest Michelin Guide.
Restaurants are named Bib Gourmands for offering good food at moderate prices.
Eat Sheffield has pointed out that it is now the fifteenth year that Richard Smith’s Crosspool restaurant has been named a Bib Gourmand.
Featured restaurants in 2011 Michelin Guide
Artisan restuarant, Crosspool - featured in the 2011 Michelin Guide
Sheffield chef Richard Smith is taking a trip down memory lane next month with a nostalgic evening to celebrate fifteen years in Crosspool.
Before its current incarnation as Artisan, the Sandygate Road restaurant was previously Thyme and prior to that it originally opened as Smiths of Sheffield – or Smiths as it was known.
On Monday 13 December at Artisan, Richard will be cooking
some of the favourite dishes from Smiths days, including Thai tiger prawn cake, honey and rosemary glased shank of lamb and trio of creme brulee ( view the menu here – jpg, 429KB).
For more information or to make a booking call 0114 266 6096.
What a fifteen years! blog post by Richard Smith
Artisan restuarant, Crosspool - but do you remember it as Smiths?
Crosspool restaurant Artisan is launching a new Sunday lunch time menu from today.
“We want people to ask for more bread, potatoes, vegetables, yorkies and gravy, just like at home,” says chef patron Richard Smith in this week’s Sheffield Telegraph.
For £22.50 you get three courses plus bread, coffee and chocolates. A la carte is also available.
New Artisan Sunday lunch menu
There's a new lunch menu at Artisan restaurant, Crosspool
Sheffield blogger Steel City Kitchen has been the first to review the reopened
Catch restaurant on Sandygate Road.
The fish, chips and seafood cafe, which is located above Artisan restaurant, opened earlier this month. It was previously run as budget restaurant, Canteen.
Steel City Kitchen Catch restaurant review
Following the news that
Canteen restaurant is to be replaced as a new version of Catch, the new livery has now gone up in preparation for its opening:
Catch/Artisan restaurant, Crosspool
The Sheffield Telegraph has reported that award-winning restaurant Catch is to return to Crosspool in August as a fish, chips and seafood cafe.
Eighteen months ago the original incarnation of Catch closed and then reopened as the recession-busting budget eatery, Canteen.
Read the full Sheffield Telegraph report: Catch is back
Canteen/Artisan restaurant on Sandygate Road