Top 3 Independent Food Venues to Visit this Month

Searching for somewhere more independent to grab a bite? Whether it’s global flavours or something more British you’re after, Sheffield has you covered. There’s always something new to sample in the City Centre, so why not try one of our independent venue recommendations for evening dining plans that take you away from the same old. Use #SheffAfter5 to share your favourite independent places to dine in the city.

Kommune - Castle House, Angel St - Open Until 11pm

Looking to sample a range of tastes all under one roof? Kommune is an innovative concept bringing together some of the most acclaimed, independent kitchens, brewers and local retailers in a unique, urban space. This new meeting place is home to a diverse choice of great tasting food, an artisanal bakery and speciality coffee, independent retail spaces and an iconic bar.

The people behind Peddler, Tamper and Depot Bakery have joined forces with Kollider Projects to create the 16,000 square foot Castlegate food hall on the upper ground floor of the former Co-op department store, inside Castle House.

Every Sunday night, Kommune will be collaborating with Urban Entertainment to bring you Sheffield’s first permanent pop up cinema. Kick back and relax whilst enjoying amazing food and drink from their independent kitchens and some of your all-time favourite movies.

https://www.facebook.com/KOMMUNEity/

Ambulo - 48 Arundel Gate - Open Until 9pm

Yet to explore the exciting menu that Ambulo has on offer? Ambulo is an all-day café with a menu designed to cater for all the family that has been inspired by travel, culture and the best produce from near and far. At Ambulo, they know that food and drink shouldn’t intimidate and it shouldn’t be over-complicated - it should be straight forward and enjoyed by everyone from all generations and all backgrounds. Here you’ll find seasonal dishes made fresh on site, as well as a whole host of drinks that are served on tap.

Their first all day café is housed within Sheffield’s Millennium Gallery. Designed by architects Pringle Richards Sharratt, the building is a symphony of concrete and glass and the owners pride themselves on serving the people of Sheffield in such an iconic cultural institution.

Ambulo is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat when it comes to finding something to suit the whole family. From their carefully crafted adult dishes to their unique kid’s menu, they produce dishes that are nutritious, delicious and will also give the little‘uns something to chow down on.

http://weareambulo.com/

Street Food Chef - 90 Arundel St - Open Until 10pm

If you fancy something with a Mexican twist, Street Food Chef has it all. This independent family run Mexican street food outlet is passionate about providing a healthy fast food alternative. They’re probably best known for their burritos but they also serve tacos and quesadillas as well as a whole range of gluten and dairy free options.

You don’t need to go all the way to Acapulco for flavoursome Mexican takeaway food. All their meals are made from traditional recipes worthy of the finest fiesta. At Street Food Chef, they’re passionate about serving food that makes you feel great, so they make sure not to add anything artificial, focusing solely on the use of the freshest of ingredients.

Street Food Chef’s range of chillis and salsas are packed with a punch as well as a range of authentic Mexicali drinks, including Red Pig beer, Jarritos, Desperado and more. Grab your poncho and head to their Sheffield city centre Burrito Bar or fully licensed Mexican Canteen and indulge in their lip-smacking menus.

http://streetfoodchef.co.uk/

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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