5 reasons to check out Gusto’s Coffee
Boasting five stars out of five on its Facebook page, Gusto’s Coffee Shop is quietly growing its reputation as one of Sheffield’s hidden gems.
Over on Chesterfield Road, Woodseats , Gustos’ independent ethos comes through in its variety of food options and supply network which features more than five suppliers based in Sheffield. Despite it not being a city centre hot spot, Gusto’s popularity grows each week with customers seeking out the warm hospitality of front of house managers Olivia Higginbottom and Maria Szulc. Not quite convinced to take a trip out to S8? Here are five reasons to change your mind.
It’s an independent cafe
Sheffield is a a city known for its burgeoning independent scene – the city’s independent eateries and cafes will be preferred over the likes of Starbucks and Cafe Nero. Gusto’s is an asset to the ever-growing list of quality cafes in the Steel City.
The huge cake display
Gusto’s sources its cakes from local suppliers – six to be exact. If you know the Little Town Pantry, 4eyes, EllyJoy, Lovely Pear, #brownies or the Bake Lab then you’re in luck, their produce are all stocked at Gusto’s! There are vegan and gluten free options available, too.
All day brekkie, seven days a week
Yep, that’s right! Gusto’s opens seven days a week, 9am to 4pm. Where else can you grab a breakfast until 3pm in Sheffield? We’ve also heard whispers of an autumnal menu launching very soon.
Locally sourced coffee
Gusto’s uses local roasters for its coffee needs. The cafe is proud to be using Forge Coffee Roasters and will be selling its fresh beans and ground coffee soon. And better yet, if you’re vegan or lactose-intolerant, there is soya, almond, coconut and oat milk on offer.
The choice of shakes
You can choose from over 15 varieties of smoothies and milkshakes at Gusto’s – take a peak at some of the shakes on offer below.
You can find Gusto’s at 698 Chesterfield Road. Head to the Facebook page for more information.