With a range of 12 hand-selected food vendors, all under one roof, there’s something to satisfy everyone’s palate at the Cutlery Works, Sheffield.
With the arrival of food courts like Cutlery Works and Kommune, and the recently announced Cambridge Street Collective, in development, Sheffield’s food scene is positively booming. Tucked away in a former cutlery factory in the Neepsend area of Kelham Island, Cutlery Works was the first food court to open in Sheffield. Flanked by Depot Bakery and Peddler, it’s in good company, and you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Head inside and you’ll find some exceptional world food, excellent traders and plenty of options. Spread over two floors, you can order your food from your table via an app and enjoy the table service.
Showcasing Sheffield’s fine culinary talent, vendors include some of Sheffield’s longstanding favourites, including China Red, Foundry Coffee and Edo Sushi. Sheffield’s born and bred burger enthusiasts, Jimmy’s and Jailbird, purveyors of Nashville-style fried chicken are here too. Co-founders of Joro bring their Konjö “Robatayaki” Kitchen, tasty quality food cooked over fire; expect quality bai buns and yakitori skewers. With pizzas from Little Dough, Indian vegan home-cooking from Ma-Ba and Mexican delights by British Street Food Award-winners Pellizco, you’re pretty much covered. Wash it all down with craft ale from Boozehound or fragrant exotic bubble tea from Als Gongcha.
Cutlery Works also hosts an equally varied menu of special events throughout the year too. From cocktail tasting with some of Sheffield’s most revered mixologists to childrens’ arts and crafts workshops, there’s plenty to get your teeth into.