200 Degrees officially open on Division Street

Speciality coffee roasters 200 Degrees have officially opened their new Division Street café.

The 83-seater coffee shop opened their doors on Monday 4th June, marking their seventh premises following successful openings in Birmingham, Leeds, Leicester, Cardiff, and their hometown Nottingham.

Need something quick for breakfast? Pop in for a coffee to-go and a croissant. Or for something more substantial, go for their exciting flavours of salads, soups and sandwiches. All of which are prepared on the premises daily, to eat in or takeaway.

Those with a sweet tooth can choose from all sorts of treats including lemon & courgette loaf, banana & chocolate loaf, raspberry bakewells, caramel slices and feel good granola slices. We tried an assortment of these and we can confirm that it’s all utterly delicious.

Co-founder and director Tom Vincent told Exposed: “We are lucky to have built up a loyal following in the cities we operate in and hope to create the same in Sheffield. Division Street was an easy choice for us as it has loads of character and is surrounded by interesting shops and local businesses. It’s just the sort of place we look for.”

200 Degrees also runs free coffee tasting sessions called ‘Cuppings’ to allow customers to explore the range of flavours and textures of different coffees. Coffee enthusiasts can also purchase the brand’s roasted beans online.

Opening times: 7am-7pm Monday to Friday, 8am-7pm Saturdays and 9.30am-6pm Sundays. Click here to find out more.

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