After the long work week, sometimes the best way to celebrate Friday is with a sweet treat. In this issue of unLTD, we’ve put together a guide of the most scrumptious puddings and sugary snacks out there, so you can bounce straight off the walls and right into the weekend.
From beautiful bakes, to irresistible ice-cream sundaes, and even great big piles of pancakes, there’s no shortage of options in Sheffield City Region when it comes to getting your sugar fix.
Feast your eyes on the biggest slabs of cake unLTD could find…and leave the healthy eating for Mondays.
Address: 20-24 Fitzwilliam Gate, Sheffield S1 4JH
Contact Number: 0114 275 3822
Tuesday to Friday: 8am-5pm
Facebook & Instagram: @thecabinsheffield
About: Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert, there’s never a bad time to opt for some fluffy pancakes and a drizzling of maple syrup. Better yet, The Cabin offer much more than just the bog-standard options, including a soothing Spiced Apple special. If you’re feeling brave, you might even decide to take on the mighty Pikes Peak challenge, with a mountainous 12-pancake stack.
Address: 462 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield S11 8PX
Contact Number: 0114 268 5050
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am-5.30pm
About: Unleash your inner chocoholic by making a stop at this enticing Ecclesall Road emporium. There are decadent fudge cakes, hand-crafted truffles, traditional sweets and possibly the thickest hot-chocolate you’ve ever experienced. There’s even an opportunity to take part in a chocolate workshop, so you can learn how to make your own cocoa creations.
Address: Unit 1-2, 97 Aberdeen Court, 95-101 Division Street, Sheffield S1 4GE
Contact Number: 0114 327 1270
Monday to Sunday: 9am-5pm
Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @Steamyard
About: This popular Division Street hideaway is renowned in Sheffield for its fabulous selection of cronuts, cruffins and doughnuts – including unLTD’s personal favourite, the tantalising Lemon Meringue. Of course, we can’t forget the S’Mores grilled doughnut complete with naughty Nutella and mouth-watering marshmallows.
Address: 380 Sharrow Vale Road, Sheffield S11 8ZP
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am-4pm
Monday & Sunday: Closed
Facebook & Instagram: @Eve.kitchen
About: Eve’s handmade doughnut café is a small paradise down Sharrow Vale Road. Each creation is exceptionally fluffy and lovingly crafted with fresh ingredients for maximum flavour. Eve prefers to use mostly seasonal ingredients, meaning there is always a new delight to sample each time you visit.
Birdhouse Tea Company
Address: Alsop Fields, Sidney Street, Sheffield S1 4RG
Contact Number: 0114 327 3695
Monday to Saturday: 8am-10pm
Facebook & Instagram: @birdhouseteacompany
About: Birdhouse offer not only a huge range of delicious treats (a trip isn’t complete without a bit of their impossibly-moist vegan brownies), but also a wide-array of fragrant tea blends for a guilt-free treat. Get a taste of the Peak District with a cup of chocolatey Muddy Boots, or take a nostalgia trip with the Parma Violet blend.
Address: 72 Division Street, Sheffield S1 4GF
Contact Number: 0114 278 0811
Monday to Friday: 11am-9pm
Facebook & Instagram: @luckyfoxsheff
About: Lucky Fox are mostly known for their succulent fried chicken, but this Division Street American food bar should also be on your radar when it comes to sugar cravings. They serve fantastic French Toast with a mountain of whipped creams and strawberries, as well as gigantic ‘freakshakes’ finished with an entire doughnut.
Address: Unit 2, 2 St Paul’s Place, Sheffield S1 2FJ
Contact Number: 0114 275 6566
Monday to Thursday: 12am-10pm
Friday & Saturday: 11:30am-11:30pm
Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @OisoiFood
About: Oisoi is one of the finest contemporary dining experiences that Sheffield City Centre has to offer, serving ‘Oriental Fusion’ style food. The restaurant puts the same level of finesse into their freshly prepared artisan patisseries, which are not to be missed. Their most striking offering is the vibrant Matcha Cheesecake, made with world famous Japanese Kyoto Ujipowder.
Address: 73-101 Neepsend Lane, Sheffield S3 8AT
Monday & Tuesday: closed
Thursday & Friday: 9am-1am
Twitter & Instagram: @cutleryworks
About: It should come as no surprise that the biggest food hall in the North of England has something for the sweet tooth. Elly Joy serves beautiful ‘froconut’ ice creams that are both vegan and gluten free, while at Bullion you can take home a bar of award-winning chocolate made direct from bean to bar to ensure a complex flavour.
Our Cow Molly
Address: Cliffe House Farm Hill Top Road Dungworth, Sheffield S6 6GW
Contact Number: 0114 233 2683
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: Closed
Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday: 11-5pm
About: It’s a bit of journey to get to the Our Cow Molly shop, found in the small village of Dungworth on the edge of Sheffield, but its worth the trip to go to the homeplace of Sheffield’s finest ice cream brand. Although you can buy Our Cow Molly from retailers across the Steel City, many of the best flavours are only available from the shop itself, like Jam Roly Poly, Snickers and even Cherry Coke.
Address: 33 London Road, Sheffield S2 4LA
Contact Number: 0114 279 6333
Monday to Sunday: 11am-11pm
Facebook: @Rassams creamery 1
About: Sheffield’s biggest dessert restaurant has something for everyone, from loaded pancakes, to red velvet waffles and even luxurious sundaes. Rassams offers delivery across the city, too, so you can enjoy delicious treats without even stepping out the office.
Yummy Yorkshire Parlour
Address: Delph House Farm, Denby Dale, Huddersfield HD8 8XY
Contact Number: 01226 762551
Monday to Sunday: 9am-6pm
Facebook & Twitter: @YummyYorkshire
About: This award-winning ice cream parlour has made all of its frozen delights on site from their very own cows since 2007. Yummy Yorkshire always has 18 different flavours to choose from, ranging from all-time classics like strawberry and chocolate to the completely bizarre black garlic and dark chocolate.
Address: 22 Norfolk Row, Sheffield S1 2PA
Contact Number: 0114 276 7462
Monday to Saturday: 9am-5pm
Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @marmadukescafe
About: Using local ingredients can make all the difference when it comes to achieving that perfect bake, and that is exactly what Marmadukes specialise in. They use only free-range Burford Brown eggs, they make their own jams, and use only butter, milk and cream from Our Cow Molly. That’s why their simplistic yet elegant cakes are always worth coming back to.
Address: Leopold Square, 7a Leopold Street, Sheffield S1 2GY
Monday to Wednesday: 6pm-12am
Friday & Saturday: 5pm-2am
About: Can’t decide whether you need a strong drink or a sugar fix? This rock and roll cocktail bar knows how to tick all the boxes. unLTD recommend the Wham Bar Sling, made of raspberry vodka, framboise and passion fruit. The Ten Dollar Shake, made with strawberry Nesquik and topped with a Krispy Kreme donut, is another favourite.
Address: 302 Abbeydale Road, Sheffield S7 1FL
Contact Number: 0114 258 8987
Tuesday to Friday: 8.30am-5pm
Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @ForgeBakehouse
About: Forge Bakehouse’s expert bakers believe that bread should be simple and satisfying. They slowly ferment all of their pastries over several days before delicately assembling with care and attention, using jams and fillings made from scratch using ingredients bought from local markets. You won’t be disappointed.
Coco Cereal Café
Address: 39 Charles St, Sheffield S1 2HU
Contact Number: 0114 272 5000
Monday to Sunday: 8am – 11pm
Facebook & Instagram @cococerealcafé
About: Craving some Corn Flakes at 10pm? In the mood for a bowl of Breakfast Buddy Magic Crunch? Fancy some Fruit Loops? Want to just chuck everything together for a sugar overload? With over 80 different cereals to choose from, the possibilities for late-night breakfast combinations are literally endless at this one-of-a-kind Sheffield café.
If you’re not in the mood for being a cereal killer, then there are also enormous freak shakes, Lucky Charms cakes, crepes, waffles and fridges overflowing from the selection of American fizzy drinks.