Everyone loves going to a café; it’s where we can meet our friends for a coffee or catch up with family over lunch. Here are the cafes that all University of Nottingham students should try.
Portland Building, University Park Campus.
This modern café is in the Portland building on the university campus. They serve a variety of food and drinks, as well as a huge variety of different coffee’s. Since this café is on campus, it also makes it a great place to study, and it’s in the student union so it’s also a great place to socialise.
Coates Building, University Park.
This street food café has different menus every week, with a variety of soup, omelettes, and specials. This café is all about the students, it’s modern, and there are lots of tables and chairs which makes it a great place to meet friends after seminars.
High Road, Beeston.
Everyone loves an English breakfast, afternoon tea, or a classic burger, and you can get all this at Café 94 any day of the week. They have plenty of options on the menu, all of which are great value for money, such as a cappuccino for just £1.50.
East Drive, Nottingham.
This café is located really close to the stunning Highfields park boating lake. This café is also next to the Djanogly café, which also has a museum. They serve breakfast and lunch, as well as afternoon tea and snacks.
Lawrence Centre, University Park Campus.
This café is also on the university campus and has a selection of food options as well as vegetarian options, as well as coffee that you can drink in or take out. They also have freshly made sandwiches, which are great for lunch.
Stoney Street, Beeston.
This coffee shop is very established in the community, and they even have their own espresso blend. They also have an outdoor seating area, which means you can enjoy your food and drinks outside in the warm weather, and cosily inside in the cold weather.