10 Cafés in Sheffield

Relax at Sheffield's excellent cafes or visit before the big game

Relaxed, cosmopolitan, and always welcoming, Sheffield's cafes are excellent options for quick meals and casual dining with family or friends. The city centre offers plenty of laid-back cafe options, whether you are watching a film, hopping between museums or window shopping. Sheffield's cafes are also great places to head before watching your sporting heroes. Whether you're a Wednesday or United fan, or you're heading to see the Steelers hit the ice, you'll be able to grab a slap up meal before the match. Customise your sandwiches with all of the fillings you need, order huge pizzas for everyone to devour, and chat about your team's prospects in relaxed surroundings. There's no better way to prepare for a big game. Explore all of the best Sheffield cafes by making a booking with Quandoo today.

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Appetito

Broomhall
Cake & Coffee££££
6.0/64
Appetito

La Patisserie

Broomhall
Cake & Coffee££££
La Patisserie

The Hidden Gem Cafe

Bents Green
Cake & Coffee££££
The Hidden Gem Cafe
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Casa Colombiana Ltd

City Centre
Cake & Coffee££££
5.3/6194
Casa Colombiana Ltd

Guzelian Cafe Bar

Little Germany
Cake & Coffee££££
5.7/631
Guzelian Cafe Bar

Something Else - Childwall

Childwall
Cake & Coffee££££
6.0/61
Something Else - Childwall

The Black Mulberry

Town Centre
Cake & Coffee££££
The Black Mulberry

Cakeaway

Didsbury
Dessert££££
Cakeaway

Something Else - Picton

Wavertree
Cake & Coffee££££
Something Else - Picton

Juniper Cafe

Bramhall
Cake & Coffee££££
Juniper Cafe
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    Enjoy some Yorkshire produce at cafes in Sheffield

    From artisan chutney-makers to chocolate boutiques, this corner of Yorkshire is becoming packed with exciting food producers, and Sheffield's cafes are tapping into the boom. If you want to explore your county's cuisine, now is a fantastic time to do so. Get down to suburbs like Bents Green to sample cheese boards heaving with local specialities like crumbly Nidderdale or Barncliffe Brie.
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    Schedule a stop while you shop and relax at cafes in Sheffield

    If you're out on a shopping expedition with the kids, Sheffield's cafes offer somewhere to hang up your coat and stash your bags before enjoying some delicious gourmet treats. Chill out for a while with a gourmet coffee, some home-cooked pasta dishes and cannoli to die for, while the youngsters are busy with pizzas, burgers or their own mini pasta bowls. After that, whether you dive back into the stores at Orchard Square or take your seats at the cinema, everyone will be full and contented, and ready to go.
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    Museum hopping is much more fun when combined with dining at Sheffield cafes

    The city centre is full of attractions, from the botanical wonderland that is the Winter Garden to the fascinating steam engines of the Kelham Island Museum. If you are thinking about paying them a visit, why not slip in some gourmet cuisine at cafes in Sheffield's central districts? With Italian and French options in Broomhall, you can see the sights and savour some superb food - a recipe for a great afternoon of fun.
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    Make breakfast special by eating at Sheffield's best cafes

    Whether you're a student trudging to lectures or a worker in the city centre, Sheffield's cafes also offer some great opportunities to enjoy a gourmet breakfast. These morning treats will be a revelation to anyone who relies on soggy Weetabix or a slice of toast every day. Enjoy freshly baked French pastries, go for fried breakfasts with a dash of Continental flair, or pick a healthier opening to the day with egg and asparagus combinations, whipped up by chefs who know how much the morning meal matters.
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    Mix gourmet food and stunning scenery

    One of the great things about Steel City is how close it is to the Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District. If you fancy a walk in the countryside, you can mix up some fresh air and scenery with fine dining by booking cafes on Sheffield's outskirts. There are cosy little places to dine that are right on the doorstep of the Peaks, where you can enjoy dishes like homemade root vegetable soups, pan-seared venison or braised pork belly starters. Perfect as a winter warmer or as the coda to a summer hike, these are some of the best cafes in Sheffield.