Tamper Coffee voted the UK’s best breakfast spot
Arundel Street’s Tamper Coffee has been listed as one of the best breakfast spots in the UK by Waitrose Food Magazine.
Writing for the latest issue of the magazine, writer Tony Naylor credits the Sellers Wheel cafe for introducing “sunny eclecticism of Antipodean breakfast culture” to Sheffield, before name-checking Kelham Island’s Depot bakery and praising the “great food”.
— Tamper Coffee (@tampercoffee) January 16, 2019
“Until midday daily, you’ll find students, hip creatives and foodies tucking into poached eggs and smashed avocado on Depot bakery sourdough, with grilled halloumi and chilli jam,” writes Naylor. “The big Kiwi breakfast features streaky bacon and notable twists such as its spiced corn cobs and home-baked beans, while the veggie ‘Rejuvenator’ – poached egg on sourdough dressed with toasted pearl barley, heritage tomatoes, rainbow carrots, parsley pesto and paprika houmous – is as colourful as breakfast gets!”
Kiwi Jon Perry and Natalie Perry brought a taste of New Zealand to Sheffield in 2012 when they opened up a venue at Westfield Terrace before expanding at Sellers Wheel on Arundel Street. More recently, Tamper has launched bistro nights on a Friday evening where folk can pop in after work for a pint of a local brew, be it coffee or ale.
Head over to Tamper’s Facebook page for more info.