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Plant based canteen joins Cutlery Works development

Vegan cafe Shed joins Cutlery Works project in Kelham Island. 


No time to cook healthy meals? No money for fancy vegan restaurants? Fear not, for Shed, Sheffield’s first 100% plant-based canteen, wants to democratise “health food” and show the people of Sheffield a fresh side to vegan-friendly food. The Shed team are determined to deconstruct the common misconception that plant-based food is expensive, tasteless and difficult to get hold of, by offering a mouth-watering selection of beverages, main meals and pocket-friendly snacks (friendly for your pockets in numerous ways).

Set to open in early November, Shed will form part of an exciting new project which will see the old cutlery factory in Neepsend Lane open its doors to the Steel City once again, this time as part of the independent food hall Cutlery Works.

Shed chefs have spent the summer months promoting their imaginative plant-based recipes at festivals and pop-up cafes across Sheffield, and have received overwhelmingly positive feedback from local residents and well-known celebrities including Mr. Motivator and Patrick Grant. After having done so much research into Sheffield’s taste buds, the menu is sure to be a game-changer. Expect: loaded toasts, combo bowls, cold-pressed juices, freshly brewed coffees and yummy overnight oat pots, all of which will be packed with flavour, nutrition, and at an affordable price.

The aim is simple – to show people that they can eat well regardless of their budget or lifestyle. And the plant-pushers won’t stop there; the team at Shed hope to offer experiences and educational activities to help people to take control of their own well-being and to make plant-based food even more accessible in the future.


For more information, head to eatshed.com.




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