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Man Vs Food at Smoke BBQ Sheffield | Eating Challenges. This is a user submitted challenge, thanks Nick. A Sheffield based restaurant is inviting customers to take the ultimate challenge through a Man vs Food style eating competition.Smoke Barbecue is challenging diners tackle the four beef patties, pulled pork, brisket, cheese and onion strings in a burger bun with a 500g of fries, slaw, cornbread muffin and a two pint milk shake in 15 minutes 30 minutes* or less.

The £25 plentiful platter needs to be eaten faster than the house record with the reigning champion eating for free and taking home a £100 voucher and a photograph on the “wall of fame”. Those who manage to finish the platter in 30 minutes or less get to eat for half price.Since opening its doors in December Smoke Barbeque has been fully booked every weekend with customers praising the unique experience and authentic BBQ food.

I am bit skeptical about whether its possible to eat all that in 15 minutes. I think I’ll let a few other people try first. . * Update. Update 2. Restaurant Reviews: Sheffield guide to eating out. Eat Out at Great Restaurants in Sheffield | Valley Centertainment, Sheffield. Restaurant Reviews: Sheffield guide to eating out. Sheffield's top 10 budget places to eat | Travel. 1. Blue Moon Located in a one-time auction saleroom, this stalwart vegetarian cafe not only produces tasty food but does so in a seriously handsome space. Up among the ornate cornicing, a skylight floods the otherwise simple white room with light, making it - certainly on a sunny day - a very pleasant spot in which to linger over a coffee.

No one will hurry you along; it's not that kind of place. The menu offers plenty of variety: soups; quesadilla and burritos; salads; the obligatory hommity pie, and daily specials like goulash and imam bayeldi, a dish of aubergines in a rich tomato sauce. Blue Moon's cakes are noteworthy, too. . • 2 St. 2. An impressive Grade II-listed former cutlery factory, the Butchers Works is now better known as the Academy of Makers, an educational trust that utilises the skills of a resident community of artist-makers and craftspeople. . • 72 Arundel Street, +44 (0)114 252 5974; fusioncafe.co.uk. 3. . • 249 Glossop Road, +44 (0)114 275 5971; pjtaste.co.uk. 4. 5. 6. 6 of the best places to eat in Sheffield. Published by Nick Mitchell Food blogger Ros Arksey, who recently shared her knowledge of Sheffield’s foodie scene as part of WOW247’s regular series, offers her recommendations for the best affordable and quality eats in and around the steel city.

Whether you’re looking for brunch, lunch or dinner, Ros has it covered… Brunch… Tamper Coffee 9 Westfield Terrace; 0114 327 1080; tampercoffee.co.uk Aside from the excellent coffee, Tamper offers a modest breakfast and brunch menu which has comforting options such as bagels, granola or homemade beans on toast. A chilled place to start your day and enjoy a bite to eat. Read more… Made by Jonty 363 Sharrow Vale Road; 07803 082488; www.madebyjonty.co.uk On Sharrow Vale Road, Jonty’s, as it is affectionately known, is a popular café with a reputation for delicious food including breakfast. Read more… Lunch… Broadfield Ale House 452 Abbeydale Road; 0114 255 0200; www.thebroadfield.co.uk Read more… Fusion Organic Café Read more… Dinner… El Toro Read more… Mandar Inn.

Best Sheffield Restaurants: See 1,069 restaurants in Sheffield, South Yorkshire with 39,104 reviews. Eat Sheffield, Sheffield Restaurants Guide - Welcome EAT Sheffield. Best burgers in London 2014: Ranking the capital’s burger joints - Food + Drink - Life and Style - The Independent. 10. Electric Diner/Soho Kitchen and Bar Burger Very similar to the burger at Chicago’s Au Cheval, often rated among America’s best, the cheeseburger at Electric Diner (and Soho Kitchen and Bar) is a delightful assault on the senses. Go for a single and you get two patties; a double comes with three.

The patties are thin enough to not be a belly bomb and are accompanied by a profusion of pickles, onions and a tangy, mustardy mayo. Joint Exposed brick, leather booths and a long bar with stools all feature, but don't overwhelm with kitsch at either venue. 9. Beer-braised onions, Comté cheese, buns that they bake in house and possibly the beefiest beef in any burger on this list all combine to grant Elliot’s its spot. Quite similar to the Electric/Soho Kitchen & Bar, but with the seats packed in and the constant hum reminding you you're in Borough Market. 8.

Long gone are the days of floury baps and just trying too hard. 7. McDonald’s dressed up for an Ofsted inspection. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1.