The ‘biggest food hall in Europe’ is set to open in Sheff city-centre this May

Cambridge Street Collective is set to become the biggest purpose built food hall in Europe when it opens as part of Sheffield City Council’s £470M “Heart Of The City” regeneration scheme this May.

This latest venture from the Blend Family (award-winning food hall operator) will host 20 hand-picked independent food partners, in a 29,000 square-foot space, where guests can expect to see authentic cuisines from around the world all under one roof.

With a capacity of 1,200 covers, the venue will offer four bars, outdoor seating and rooftop terraces.

Biggest food hall in Europe, Cambridge Street Collective

On the ground floor, guests can expect to explore some of the best independent Asian food providers the city has to offer. The first floor will house a cookery school, kids play area, and yet more kitchens offering exciting street food.

All this will be topped off with a games room, Japanese focused bar and a separate dining experience offering sushi and Korean BBQ.

Matt Bigland, founder and CEO at Blend Family said: “We take great pride in curating exciting culinary experiences for people and this is one of the most exciting line-ups of world food we’ve ever put together. We can’t wait to open the doors and see the smiles on faces as everyone enjoys the incredible plates these kitchens are going to serve.”

Biggest food hall in Europe, Cambridge Street Collective

To highlight and celebrate each food partner’s unique story, the launch will contain a series of traditional performances and events showcasing their cultures and traditions.

Their cookery school will provide opportunities for expert chefs to share recipes and top tips to create delicious, authentic meals from scratch. It will also create an incubation space to bring on new street food talent within the city.

But most importantly, Blend Family is developing partnerships with Sheffield Children’s Hospital and local food charities to see how it can address issues around food poverty within the city.

Cambridge Street Collective will also offer ‘kids eat free’ in every school holiday, and throughout the year guests can take advantage of regular fixed price week-day lunch deals, bottomless batch brew coffee and tea, happy hour deals, bottomless brunch and free workspace.

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