Europe’s biggest purpose-built food hall has just opened in Sheffield

Trip to the Steel City anyone?

Cambridge Street Collective is unlike any food hall you’ve seen before, and luckily for us it’s just a short train ride away in Sheffield.

If you’re looking to get out of the city this summer, then we have the perfect day out for you.

And that’s because our wonderful nearby city of Sheffield has just become home to Europe’s biggest purpose-built food hall, and it is absolutely mega.

Cambridge Street Collective is a spectacular 29,000 square foot venue that can seat a whopping 1,200 visitors, showcasing food from across the globe.

But it’s not just about the food, the masterminds behind the new opening have seriously thought of everything.

From a floating stage that hosts live music to a Japanese-themed cocktail bar with a rooftop overlooking the city, you could easily spend hours in here exploring.

But now, onto the food.

Malaysian dosas, Ethiopian cuisine, Detroit pizzas, Mexica tacos, the list goes on – you can take your tastebuds from one corner of the globe to another all under one roof.

There’s also an entire room dedicated to traditional dim sum, a kitted out cookery school and a build your own hot pot station.

Drinks wise there are four bars serving cocktails, craft ales and everything in between, three rooftop terraces and a specialist Japanese drinking den serving highballs and whiskey. 

And it still doesn’t stop there, there’s a Korean photo booth and even a sand pit for the kids to play in whilst you enjoy. 

Not only is it a great spot to relax with friends and enjoy some food and drink, but it’s also a top place to work in during the day alongside likeminded people.

Unlimited coffee for £6? You can’t say no to that.

They’re open seven days a week, and we assure you it’s well worth the 50 minute train over from Leeds.

To find out more, take a look at their website.

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