Cutlery Works in Sheffield is the biggest food hall in the North hosting 14 different, independent vendors serving food and drink from all over the world.
If you’ve made the journey over to Sheffield, you’ll know how incredible Cutlery Works’ food options are.
For just £30 a head, you can enjoy 90 minutes of unlimited beer, prosecco and cocktails plus food from the impressive lineup of cuisines on offer.
In this converted cutlery factory there really is something for everyone, start your culinary journey in India with the Chana Masala at Ma-Ba or sample some Szechuan delicacies from China Red. Have more of a sweet tooth? You can find indulgent ice cream sandwiches and dark drinking chocolate at craft chocolate counter Bullion.
The offer takes place every Saturday at 1pm and includes one brunch dish or main meal worth up to £15 per person from any of the independent vendors.
It’s the perfect place for a big group who can’t decide on one thing they all like but still want to kick off their weekend in the best way possible with a boozy brunch.
If you’re after a breakfast classic then no fear, Foundry Coffee Roasters serve smashed avocado on sourdough toast as well as a colourful yoghurt and granola bowl.
Rad Dude Sandwiches have a breakfast sarnie menu if you’re craving the brekkie staple of sausage, bacon and egg after perhaps one too many the night before.
For the adventurous foodies round the table, Mexican street food spot Pellizco serve confit lamb tacos topped off with salsa verde and roasted feta whereas Jailbird’s fried chicken is served Nashville style on pillowy white bread and tangy pickles.
The cocktail list is endless and you can chop and change drinks as you please. If you’re craving an Italian stone baked pizza but fancy a Mexican spicy margarita to wash it down with then you absolutely can.
There are no rules here, in fact you’re encouraged to try out as many things as possible to fully immerse yourself in the Cutlery Works culture.
Find the details of how to book on the Cutlery Works website.
Feature Image- The Cutlery Works