Sheffield’s vibrant street food scene has a new home - at a pop up with a twist.
Temporary Restaurant will allow traders to experience their own eatery for a night, at different venues across the city monthly.
It has been launched by foodie pals Emma Kirk and Nicola Groom, kicking off with Pie Eyed at Union Street in the city centre on July 30.
Emma, of Chapeltown, said: “We love going to pop ups like Peddler and sampling the food vendors - the quality is amazing so we thought wouldn’t it be great if you could experience this food in a proper sit down restaurant?”
It costs £20 for two courses at the launch. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0114 478 0000.
A SECRETIVE SUPPER
It’s all very mysterious.
Diners heading to The Supper Society at The Chimney House in Kelham Island, won’t know what’s on the menu, or the theme of the evening, until they arrive and are passed a note on July 28.
Chef Chris Harrison, who has worked at The Fat Duck under Heston Blumenthal and for Tom Kerridge, is the master of ceremony.
Tickets cost £55 from http://thechimneyhouse.com/article/supper-society-28th-july
VEGAN FESTIVAL FIRST
Sheffield is to host its first vegan festival this month.
Louise Pinchen is the brainchild of the festival, which will arrive at Sheffield’s Cutler’s Hall on July 23.
Louise, said: “There’s been a lot of interest -the festival will have everything you can think of, stalls selling food and wines, activities and workshops.”