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4eyes patisserie opening a deli in Sheffield

You will have seen 4eyes patisserie’s famous cronuts and cruffins around Sheffield before. Well now they are opening their own delicatessen on John Street.

Purveyors of incredibly aesthetic sweet treats 4eyes patisserie are launching their very own joint on June 1st which is located on John Street, just off London Road.

“The reason why me and Rob decided to do the shop was to be able to offer Sheffield something different and bring all our experience that we have learnt from around the world back to our home city. We are really excited about getting to try out new ideas and meeting all our new customers,” says Matt from 4eyes patisserie.

4eyes will continue to supply Steamyard, Sheffield University, The Gatehouse and many other popular cafes in Sheffield with baked goodies which won’t be available in the deli.

What you can expect is croissants, bruschetta, macarons and salads. Everything is made in-house including the jams, curds, salted caramel, chocolate bars, even ice lollies! Wash these down with a cold-pressed juice or a cup of quality coffee and you’re set for the day.
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There will also be a small savoury offering of roast salmon, Moroccan style chicken and a damn fine range of pastries that aren’t available anywhere else in the city as far as we know.
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For now they will only be open on Fridays and Saturdays but they will hopefully be extending their days/hours if there is the demand.

Address: Harland Works, 72 John Street, S2 4QU
Opening hours: Fridays 7am-2pm Saturdays 9am-3pm
Click here for future updates on 4eyes patisserie, we’ll be popping in tomorrow to check it out, give @theinsatiablefoodie a follow on Instagram for more foodie news.

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