Cutlery Works welcomes five new traders
Five new independent food vendors join the Cutlery Works ranks this week as indoor hospitality returns to the city. China Red, Jailbird, Pellizco, Thai 25 and Als Gongcha are all prepped and ready for the grand reopening on 17 May.
China Red brings authentic Szechuan cuisine to the food hall for the first time. Some favourites on their menu include Gongbo chicken with diced cucumber and peanuts and braised beef brisket in chill bean paste.
Jailbird is set to take over from Slick Chicks. Originally set up for The Virtual Food Hall app, set up in lockdown to a permanent place in Cutlery Works, Jailbird is offering guests a taste of Nashville-style fried chicken.
Pellizco is bringing theaward-winning Mexican vibes to Cutlery Works. Winner of 2020 ‘Best Newcomer’ in the British Street Food Awards, some of their menu favourites include Pork Cochinita Tacos and a Mexican Fried Chicken Burger.
Thai 25 is situated upstairs in Cutlery Works. Serving up traditional Thai street food, they provide a Southeast Asian experience right here in the UK.
Als Gongcha is bringing Bubble Tea to Cutlery Works, brewing up fragrant exotic tea with little ‘bubbles’ of flavour to enjoy. Their recommended flavours are: Brown sugar syrup bubble milk tea and Japanese roasted baked milk tea.
Cutlery Works is the largest food hall in the North of England. There are now 12 independent vendors at Cutlery Works including nine food stands such as the popular Edo Sushi and Jimmy’s Burgers and three bars. From the 17 May, the indoor food market will be open seven days a week. Table ordering will continue using the Ibe Loyalty App.
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