Another business closes in Sheffield borough as economic crisis takes hold


After the Vietnamese restaurant Nam Songon Dyson Place, Sharrow Vale, Sheffield, recently announced its closure due to ‘recent cost pressures’ and ‘economic conditions’, another business – Gilt Patisserie, of Hickmott Road, Sharrow – has also announced that it will be closing from today, Sunday, October 30, due to “difficult times”.

A spokesperson for Gilt Patisserie said: “It saddens me to announce that from Sunday October 30, I will be permanently closing Gilt Patisserie. Life has changed in the past six months and Gilt is no longer viable. in these difficult times.

“Thank you all for supporting us over the years. You will be missed. Now is the time for me to take on my next challenge.

Gilt Patisserie in Sheffield has announced its closure

The patisserie decided to open on Saturday for what the owner described as “one last sugar rush”.

Dozens of loyal customers were so saddened to learn of Gilt Patisserie’s closure that they wished the owner luck for the future with kind comments on Facebook.

Trevor Moss said: “A big thank you for all the joy you and your little bundles of goodness have brought us. Whatever you do next, I’m sure you will be successful, if you bring the same enthusiasm and skills to this business. Gilt will be missed and Sheffield is worse off having lost you.

Another client, Amy Carter, added: “Sheffield has lost a legend. Thank you for elevating our palettes and delighting us with your creativity, skills and passion.

Pictured is Gilt Patisserie, of Hickmott Road, Sharrow Vale, Sheffield, which has sadly announced its closure due to ‘difficult times’.

Sarah Dunning also said: “I’m so saddened to hear your news. You’re such a gifted pastry chef. It takes a very long way to find anything that comes close to your creations. It’s so sad but very close. understandable in this climate.

The owners of Nam Song pointed out that their original branch in Broomhill remains open as well as another in Leeds.

A spokesperson for Năm Sông said: “We have had a terrific few years as part of the sunniest spot in Sharrow Vale, but recent cost pressures and economic conditions have forced us to make the decision to consolidate our Sheffield operations on one site. .”

Vietnamese restaurant Nam Song on Dyson Place, Sharrow, Sheffield, recently announced its closure due to “cost pressures and economic conditions”.

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