Sheffield’s top 10 cafes
When it comes to chiller cafes and top-notch coffee, you’re spoilt for choice around ‘ere. Here are ten venues perfect for getting an early morning caffeine fix or whiling away lazy afternoons…
Located on Division Street, Steam Yard is a superb chill-out spot serving up the tastiest donuts in the city. The coffee’s certainly something to shout about too; using London’s Square Mile Coffee roasters, Steam Yard offers a delightful variety of high quality coffee – what’s more, there’s even a coffee and donut deal for just £3 – so they’re student-budget friendly too!
A real local gem, the Forge Bakehouse sources its ingredients locally, with northern roasted coffee by the North Star Coffee Roasters, so you’ll be sure to get a taste of Yorkshire here. Coffee isn’t the only highlight either, they also serve a wide variety of food – including their signature granola; yum!
Found just a few minutes’ walk from Steam Yard, Tamper brings you Antipodean cuisine culture in style. With everything from great coffee to the full Australian breakfast option, you’ll be sure to experience something tasty and new– plus, they even run a coffee tasting session with a different theme every month; a true haven for coffee lovers!
Depot Bakery is the sister company of Tamper and offers an exciting range of freshly baked pastries and artisan breads. This is the perfect place to go for an early morning treat and to try out a tasty brunch menu!
As an Eat Sheffield winner, it’s no surprise how popular The Grind is – serving a delicious range of food and drink; this is the perfect place to come for a chilled lunch. Don’t forget to try their sausage rolls – they are utterly enormous as well as super tasty, but tend to sell out pretty shaprish beacuse of that.
Blending a Scandi influence with Yorkshire accents, Upshot Espresso seeks to bring coffee that is sustainable, traceable and finely roasted. Everything from traditional coffees to herbal infusions are available and they even serve a delicious selection of Scandinavian food – making this a perfect lunch spot
Small but mighty, Marmadukes offers the best of British food and drink with an exciting range of options from breakfast through to lunch, including a full English breakfast for under a tenner with vegetarian options available too. The perfect place to go for a hearty Sunday brekkie after a hectic weekend.
Located on the Sharrowvale Road ‘foodie mile’, Made by Jonty is the perfect place for those with a sweet tooth. A delicious range of cakes are available and you have the choice to eat in or takeaway, making it a great for grabbing a quick, quality bite.
For a taste of Italy, look no further than Bragazzi’s, offering both a café and an award winning deli, this is the place to go for your fill of coffee, cake, sandwiches and beyond. Uniquely though, you won’t find a menu at Bragazzi’s – instead, all the ingredients are hand-picked on a daily basis, meaning no matter how often you visit you’ll always have the chance to try something new.
Situated on Bank Street, Foundry Coffee Roasters opened their place earlier this year and have become a hot favourite amongst the Exposed team for their strong selection of blends, Birdhouse teas and tasty breakfast and lunch menus. They also offer a range of artisan bread and vegan, raw and gluten-free cakes.