Your assignments due in a few days and you’re in major need of a great cup of coffee….. Good News! As one of Sheffield’s Original Student Accommodation Landlords we can tell you that the coffee boom is in full swing in Sheffield, and so anyone living on here doesn’t have far to go to get a great cup.
We've rounded up the finest examples of where to get your coffee if your Sheffield student accommodation is close to the famous West Street. Here's where to go for your joe:
8 Fitzwilliam St, Broomhall, Sheffield S1 4JB
Enduringly popular for its unhurried atmosphere, lovely service and great food. The second Gaard Coffee in Sheffield following in the footsteps of their popular Neepsend branch, this trendy little café is a real hit with Sheffield Students. A bang-on-trend café focusing on wholesome food and coffee, with plenty of cake on the side. Its large windows and open space offer a beautiful natural light. But even the modern decor can't outshine the impeccable Coffee. They get the formula spot-on: buy good coffee beans and treat them with respect; employ staff who know that a smile means a lot; charge reasonable prices for your sandwiches, salads and cakes. so satisfying, you won’t want to leave.
Unit 1-2 95-97 Division Street Aberdeen Court, Sheffield S1 4GE
The proof is in the bean at this Instagram friendly brick-and-mortar location. Not for one on a diet this café serves strong coffee and a mouth-watering array of pastries and doughnuts, we loved the Smoores Doughnut! Peddling roasted coffee to an eager crowd who pile into the attractive space with all the hipster trimmings (bare bricks, bare light bulbs and so on) for excellent caffeine fixes backed by pastries, salads, charcuterie. A fantastic addition is the large outdoor seating area which really comes into its own in the Summer, but be warned that the place gets overrun when the suns out!
42 Cambridge St, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 4HP
Complementing the ever popular Marmadukes on Norfolk Row is the new, bigger and better Marmadukes on Cambridge Street. A real credit to the exciting new Heart of the City II redevelopment with its pleasant vibe, enormous windows, and modern furnishings. Here you will find one of the best brunch menus in town, complete with all your favourite egg dishes. Everything here is intended to soothe, staff are lovely, the sandwiches are great, and their banana bread is nigh-on irresistible. Partnered with a perfect espresso, it’s a guaranteed cure for those rubbish days at uni. We love cute logo of a scarf-wearing polar bear riding a bicycle flashing neon.
25 Division Street, Sheffield S1 4GE
The growing roasters originally from Nottingham have only recently arrived in Sheffield. This gem mixes cosy industrial/studio vibes with a serious attitude to coffee. Here, modern, precise machinery and brewing dovetails with an approach to service, atmosphere, and pricing. House beans are guest names appear on rotation and there’s an equally alluring menu. The cafe serves a vast array of drinks including espresso, lattes, cold brews, and teas. Stop in for a hearty sandwich or breakfast quiche with your coffee before strolling around Devonshire Street. We recommend the sticky flapjack!
Students Union Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TG
Coffee Revolution situated at Sheffield University SU is the ‘Students Cafe’, with a focus on providing a Student feel, while keeping the standard for coffee and food as high as possible. It is a big, open space, like a diner, with an amazing range of small farm coffees, including from Brazil, Ethiopia, Costa Rica. They really ‘know their stuff”, It's the perfect place to energise before a day of uni. Great for those looking for a quick and easy cheaper coffee. A clean, modern atmosphere with plenty of counter space to linger on. They have a nice big menu including plenty of Vegan options, the breakfast menu is perfect for those students looking for a quick bite before a morning lecture.
23 Division St, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 4GE
As effortlessly chilled as they come, everything is intended to soothe, staff are lovely, the sandwiches are great. A coffee shop built on sustainability. The second shop on Division Street is only small but the whole point of this place is to cater to people who are just as passionate about coffee quality as the owners. A quirky little establishment in which master baristas deliver delicious-tasting espresso-based, cappuccinos and lattes which are light years away from the offerings of the big coffee chains. Its reclaimed wood design gives life to this bustling student favourite.