Cutlery Works Would Like To Introduce...

2nd October 2018

The Milestone Group's newest 'food destination' Cutlery Works was announced in April to huge excitement, and we can now exclusively reveal the first round of restaurants and street food traders who will be delighting foodies when we open in late October.

First up is Gravy Train, who many will know from their pop-ups at Peddler and loads of other local events. They will be bringing their speciality poutine to the party and if you haven't heard of poutine, it's basically Canadian posh chips and cheese, but with cheese curds and lots of other yummy accompaniments. Next is Broomhill's bright orange Vietnamese, Five Rivers, who will be taking care of the Pho and bahn mi along with there famous Vietnamese drip coffee finished with condensed milk - sure to give you that morning kick ! Why is there branding and current location so Orange? Staying in Asia, local sushi experts Edo Sushi will be providing the Japanese cuisine with counter dining around the open kitchen, watch your sushi and sashimi get sliced and rolled and look out for the cookery demos so we can all learn the secrets behind amazing fresh sushi. If it's authentic South Indian cooking you're after, brand new, family run Indian Ma Ba have you covered. Manisha who you might know from The Milestone cookery schools is starting her own kitchen making her fantastic regional cooking available in Cutlery Works (YES!!) Ma-Ba means 'Mother - Grandmother' and its this inter generational cooking that will be showcased with family recipes that have handed down from Grandmother, to Mother Bullion's Chocolate Café is Starting to Piece Together Just over halfway into their campaign and they've raised 75% of the desired goal. This puts them well on track to bringing the café to life, but need your support to wrap this up so their plans don't get foiled! Visit their Kickstarter and find out: The vision for the new cafe What's in it for you How you can get involved VIEW KICKSTARTER

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