House of Jöro has four rooms and has been created to offer visitors to the city a ‘luxurious place to spend a foodie staycation’.
The 10-cover Chef’s Table will offer a number of ticketed experiences, including some menus cooked by Luke and team and some cooked by high-profile guest chefs.
Exclusive Chef’s Table and rooms packages will be available for private hire, with groups of up to eight guests staying.
House of Jöro's look takes inspiration from Japanese and Nordic influences to create a relaxing and harmonious environment.
The husband and wife duo launched Jöro in Sheffield in December 2016 and in late summer 2019 opened Konjö, a street food concept, just around the corner from Jöro, which is listed on our list of the top 100 places to eat in the UK.
Meaning ‘raw’, Nama is heavily inspired by Japan, in this case Tokyo izakayas.