Cambridge Street Collective Sheffield: All 11 vendors announced so far for huge new food hall opening soon

You will be able to try dishes from Mexico to Thailand and West Africa to Vietnam at the new venue opening in May

It’s now less than five weeks until what is said to be Europe’s largest purpose-built food hall opens in Sheffield city centre.

More than half the food vendors who will be based at Cambridge Street Collective, across the street from the old John Lewis store, have now been announced.

Diners will be able to try dishes from across the globe, from Mexico to Thailand and West Africa to Vietnam, at the cavernous venue with space for 1,200 diners.

Eleven of the 20 food vendors have now been confirmed and you can find them all below, with details of the dishes they will be serving. The remaining traders are due to be announced over the coming weeks. As well as the 20 kitchens serving global street food, the new food hall will have four bars, rooftop terraces and a cookery school.

It will also boast a games room, a children’s play area, a Japanese-focused bar and a separate dining experience offering sushi and Korean BBQ.

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