There’s something indulgent about getting a takeout sandwich first thing in the morning, all wrapped up and ready for eating. If you’re looking for ideas for where to grab a breakfast sarnie in Sheffield, here are three places worth trying.


Wellies sandwich bar is centrally positioned close to Sheffield Hallam University and the train station. Open for just over a year, it’s a great spot for students and office workers to pick up a reasonably priced made-to-order breakfast sandwich. Satisfy your hunger and treat yourself to a bacon and brie ciabatta and a cup of coffee for less than a £5.

140 Charles Street, Sheffield, S1,

Upshot Espresso

upshot espresso 10Located near to the Royal Hallamshire Hospital and Sheffield University, Upshot has a welcoming buzz with wooden-themed décor and a regularly changing coffee menu. The blackboard tells you the special brews available and they regularly share their tempting offerings via Instagram and Twitter.

Expect deliciously flavoured sandwich combinations to eat in or take out with serrano ham, maple asparagus and mustard to chorizo, halloumi and chllli jam. They host regular special brunch sessions where you can treat yourself to a breakfast burger filled with sausage patty, avocado & duck egg with chilli jam on a brioche bun.

355 Glossop Rd, Sheffield S10 2HP,

Hidden Gem

The Hidden Gem Cafe, as it’s name suggests is a little off the beaten track, located behind Bents Green school off Ringinglow Road. A great spot to sit in and enjoy a coffee and a nice breakfast.

They use seasonal and local ingredients to offer freshly-made sandwiches and breakfast dishes. You can go for the full English with bacon, egg, sausage, mushrooms, fresh vine tomatoes, beans & hash brown, and black pudding.

Alternatively, build you own breakfast sandwich by choosing what
you fancy whether that’s bacon, sausage or egg, etc.Latte art coffee. Picture: Andrew Roe

It’s worth noting too that the cafe is run by Work Ltd. who are a local charity working with people with learning difficulties, giving them work opportunities to help them reach their full potential.

Off Folkwood Grove) Rear of Bents Green School, Ringinglow Road, Sheffield, S11 7TB,

Article courtesy of WOW247

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