November 28, 2016 pizza, Sheffield No Comments

Aslan’s Kebabs

Arriving in Sheffield around 11pm meant that my dining options were likely to revolve around an exploration of the late night takeaways. You can imagine how crestfallen I was.



After a wee bit of wandering to check whether there were any bars that looked worth a visit, I alighted upon Aslan’s Kebabs which looked like exactly the kind of place I was after.

It was a little rough around the edges but the menu looked pretty good. I opted for a traditional Hawaiian pizza (£7.50) in the 12″ variety. It was cooked to order by the affable counter people.



I could have chosen to sit-in at one of their caff tables, but decided to walk as I munched, instead.

The pizza was in a style you don’t see much these days in Edinburgh with quite a thick crust and deep pan-style topping with a profusion of cheese. This made for very hearty cheesy eating which was nicely offset by a crisp and light base. It was a satisfying eat.

So overall, I was glad to visit Aslan’s as it served me very good pizza in my hour of need. I’d wager there are better places in the city – I don’t know Sheffield at all well – but it hit the spot for me, so if you find yourself in these parts do pop in when you’re passing.

4 stars 2

Written by BKR