Fresh from a major revamp at the start of the year involving a new open-plan bar area, plush marble bathrooms and a private dining and meeting space, the Prince of Wales on the outskirts of Sheffield city centre is also encouraging customers to maintain their own resolutions throughout 2019.

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The upmarket but welcoming and family-friendly venue, which is near the fashionable Ecclesall Road and leafy Endcliffe Park, has taken the opportunity to bring in new dishes and drinks with a health and wellness theme.
In addition to an expanded vegan menu featuring lentil falafel and spiced coconut curry, the pub has launched a new range of high-protein, low-calorie dishes such as king prawn, crab and chorizo linguine and stir-fried beef fillet salad.
It has also created a new range of low and no-alcohol drink options, including Seedlip Garden 108, the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit.
But those yet to join the vegan revolution or attempt to extend Dry January throughout the year need not fear.
Our party of four tucked into a delicious three-course meal, with highlights including a duck liver and port parfait starter, fillet steaks with ale-glazed shallot tarts, a wagyu burger and buttermilk southern-fried chicken.
The extensive drinks menu boasts a wide range of wine, beers, ciders and the ever more popular gins, along with specially-created cocktails.
The Prince of Wales, 95 Ecclesall Road South, Sheffield S11 9PH. Tel 0114 236 9176; www.theprinceofwalessheffield.co.uk

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