Looking for the best bakeries in Sheffield? From Sourdough bread to Korean cakes, we’ve got you covered.
As a student in a city with such a huge range of nightlife, it can become easy for your social life to be based around alcohol. However, there are only so many late nights and hangovers you can do before needing a change of scene. Heading out for coffee and a cake with friends is a nice and inexpensive way to catch up with friends without the headache the next day. Here are some of the best bakeries in Sheffield where you can do this.
Cawa, an artisan bakery and coffee shop, is located on Fulwood Road, which is just a short walk from Ranmoor and Endcliffe student villages. This student favourite boasts a little bit of everything, from sandwiches to pastries, to deserts. What’s more, everything in Cawa is made fresh and onsite- Their Cronuts and Cruffins (croissant donuts and croissant muffins) are an absolute must-try!
Turners is a traditional, homemade bakery in the Moor Market right in the heart of the city. It has all of your traditional bakery needs, from classic loaves to pastries such as eclairs, flapjacks and egg custards. It’s a great place to pick up a mid-shopping snack. Perhaps, you can get some of your weekly shopping done? (supporting a local business in the process).
DaShu Bakery and Cafe
In the center of town, you can find DaShu Bakery and Cafe, a Korean cafe with a whole host of amazing food. In terms of bakery, expect to find huge slices of cake in an array of flavors such as Oreo or green tea. You’ll also find tarts, brownies, cookies as well as coffee, and bubble tea. DaShu is also home to an impressive menu of Korean food, from katsu curry to Korean fried chicken, and even pizza. DaShu is not a spot to be missed.
Next up is, Forge Bakehouse, a bakery and coffee shop in Nether Edge. The bakery offers a huge menu of freshly baked bread that changes by both the week and season. A variety of different flavors and ingredient combinations can be found here that you won’t find anywhere else. This season boasts a raisin and rosemary ciabatta, an apple and oat sourdough, and a beetroot and cumin loaf, with prices from only £1.
Depot Bakery and Eatery is artisan bakery and brunch eatery that hosts a delicious menu. Over in Kelham Arcade, Depot is in the perfect spot to head out with friends for unique food and drink. Their menu includes some delightful finds such as banana and blackcurrant cake andvegan salted caramel cookies. They also have a variety of fresh bread and danish pastries.
Alternatively, if you’ve exhausted all the sweet treats that Sheffield has to offer, then why not head on over to Leeds instead.