Castle House food hall announces first traders
Sheffield’s newest social destination Kommune has announced the first round of independent traders set to move into the new Castle House food hall.
Kommune will be home to a diverse choice of great tasting food, an artisanal bakery and speciality coffee, independent retail and a bar, serving everything from local brews to organic wines and an eclectic mix of cocktails.
Judging by the first three traders announced, Kommune looks to be living up to its promise with Sharrow Vale Road’s Pom Kitchen, award-winning bottle shop Hop Hideout and street food purveyors Shoot the Bull have been confirmed.
Pom Kitchen’s owner Zora Hamaidia said: “We are so thrilled to be a part of Kommune and to be able to serve some of our Pom favourites alongside a brand new menu including evening meals and bar snacks in such a beautiful, sociable space.”
Another Sheffield favourite Hop Hideout, whose owners recently moved out of their bottle shop on Abbeydale Road, will now be providing craft beer, cider, wines and spirits in a one-stop shop for great quality drinks to take home.
Hop Hideout’s owner Jules said: “Being able be to be a part of this project and uniting with an abundance of superb independent retail, food and drink businesses makes us feel extremely privileged.”
Finally Shoot The Bull, which has a number of successful businesses in Hull and are known in Sheffield for their street food business, will be bringing its new rotisserie and grill concept to Kommune. Chef Chris Harrison said: “Being part of the new food hall seemed too good of an opportunity to miss out on. We are so excited to bring our new concept to Kommune and can’t wait to get cooking!”
The food hall is set to become the newest part of a greater project run by Kollider, a regeneration company which is leading the development of the iconic Castle House and breathing life back into the landmark building.