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Must try vegan restaurants and cafes in Sheffield.
For this week, if you are seeking vegan food and want to find a place to eat in Sheffield, I have some recommendations for you. I would like to start with the fancy restaurant that serves the fancy and tasty vegan and omni’s alike food and drinks, Church - temple of fun, “Sheffield's first arcade bar” that is in Kelham Island. The post-industrial design building that will give you the feeling of “South American religious iconography”. They open from 3 pm to 10 pm on Monday-Thursday, 12 pm to 10 pm on Friday and Saturday, and 12 pm to 9 pm on Sunday. They serve several yummy dishes. The menus that I recommend are ‘Falafel Salad’ and ‘Bouda Bacon’. In addition, I recommend Popcorn Brownie and Unicorn, the dessert from Sinful Sundae menus. You can also enjoy other activities such as photo boots, PlayStation gaming pods, retro arcade machines, and a pool table. Here, it is not only their style that looks hipster, cool and distinguished but the food and drinks are also creative, unique, tasty, and 100% vegan. Furthermore, not far from Church in the area of Kelham Island, there is a vegan restaurant called V|OR|V nearby. This restaurant is Sheffield's first plant-based licensed evening restaurant. They serve plant-based and vegetable menus. They open from 5 pm - 11 pm on Wednesday-Friday, 11 am - 11 pm on Saturday and 11 am - 6 pm on Sunday. They serve brunch, afternoon, and evening menus. They offer special menus that regularly change. Therefore, I cannot assure you that you will have the same options as me but when I went there, I really enjoyed the steamed carrot and potato with the apple sauce and wasabi which I cannot remember the exact name of that dish, but it was so good. Moreover, I like the gluten-free banana cake with the raisin ice cream flavour. Indeed, the most thing that I really like about V|OR|V is they use the ingredients that come from the local suppliers which means the customer not only helps the local restaurant but also you are indirectly supporting other local businesses and farms. Additionally, for the cafe, I would like to recommend Gaard Coffee Hide, the vegan cafe that has two branches in Sheffield. One is on Burton Road in the area of Kelham Island and the other one is at the West One Plaza on Fitzwilliam Street. Both Branches open every day from 9 am to 5 pm. They also sell roasted coffee from Foundation Coffee and loose-leaf and bagged teas from Suki. My favourite food and drinks there are Latte coffee, vegan sausage pie, and Biscoff Cheesecake (VG). Moreover, this cafe is a dog-friendly cafe. For me, when I went to Gaard at the branch on Burton Road for the first time, I was really impressed by the dog’s picture collections that were taken by a polaroid camera. They have a lot of nice bakeries and coffee waiting for you to explore. For me, if I want a cup of smooth Latte, I will definitely go to Gaard and grab one and then I will be good to go. The last cafe is The Chakra Lounge. This cafe is a combination of Indian and Western cuisine. The cafe is located in Fitzalan Square, Sheffield. They open from 9.30 am - 4.30 pm on Sunday – Thursday and 10 am – 6 pm on ​Friday - Saturday. I accidentally went there and was attracted by the colorful and decorating style. They serve both Indian food, different kinds of bakeries, coffee, and several flavors of tea. Even though I have not tried their food yet, but for the drink and bakeries, I like their cappuccino and the rainbow donut. If you fancy herbs and Indian food, this cafe might be an interesting place. Moreover, they also joined hands with “@toogoodtogo.uk – the #1 Anti-Food Waste App” to reduce food wasting. This campaign is very good and interesting to “ensure that the excess food ends up on the plate and not in the bin!” as they state on their website. There are a lot more vegan restaurants and cafes waiting for you and me to explore. I hope this blog can be useful for people who want to begin to try vegan food and support local businesses. I hope you enjoy discovering these fantastic places for vegan food in Sheffield. All the Best!
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August 23rd • 4 min read
Must try vegan restaurants and cafes in Sheffield.
For this week, if you are seeking vegan food and want to find a place to eat in Sheffield, I have some recommendations for you. I would like to start with the fancy restaurant that serves the fancy and tasty vegan and omni’s alike food and drinks, Church - temple of fun, “Sheffield's first arcade bar” that is in Kelham Island. The post- industrial design building that will give you the feeling of “South American religious iconography”. They open from 3 pm to 10 pm on Monday-Thursday, 12 pm to 10 pm on Friday and Saturday, and 12 pm to 9 pm on Sunday. They serve several yummy dishes. The menus that I recommend are ‘Falafel Salad’ and ‘Bouda Bacon’. In addition, I recommend Popcorn Brownie and Unicorn, the dessert from Sinful Sundae menus. You can also enjoy other activities such as photo boots, PlayStation gaming pods, retro arcade machines, and a pool table. Here, it is not only their style that looks hipster, cool and distinguished but the food and drinks are also creative, unique, tasty, and 100% vegan. Furthermore, not far from Church in the area of Kelham Island, there is a vegan restaurant called V|OR|V nearby. This restaurant is Sheffield's first plant-based licensed evening restaurant. They serve plant-based and vegetable menus. They open from 5 pm - 11 pm on Wednesday-Friday, 11 am - 11 pm on Saturday and 11 am - 6 pm on Sunday. They serve brunch, afternoon, and evening menus. They offer special menus that regularly change. Therefore, I cannot assure you that you will have the same options as me but when I went there, I really enjoyed the steamed carrot and potato with the apple sauce and wasabi which I cannot remember the exact name of that dish, but it was so good. Moreover, I like the gluten-free banana cake with the raisin ice cream flavour. Indeed, the most thing that I really like about V|OR|V is they use the ingredients that come from the local suppliers which means the customer not only helps the local restaurant but also you are indirectly supporting other local businesses and farms. Additionally, for the cafe, I would like to recommend Gaard Coffee Hide, the vegan cafe that has two branches in Sheffield. One is on Burton Road in the area of Kelham Island and the other one is at the West One Plaza on Fitzwilliam Street. Both Branches open every day from 9 am to 5 pm. They also sell roasted coffee from Foundation Coffee and loose- leaf and bagged teas from Suki. My favourite food and drinks there are Latte coffee, vegan sausage pie, and Biscoff Cheesecake (VG). Moreover, this cafe is a dog-friendly cafe. For me, when I went to Gaard at the branch on Burton Road for the first time, I was really impressed by the dog’s picture collections that were taken by a polaroid camera. They have a lot of nice bakeries and coffee waiting for you to explore. For me, if I want a cup of smooth Latte, I will definitely go to Gaard and grab one and then I will be good to go. The last cafe is The Chakra Lounge. This cafe is a combination of Indian and Western cuisine. The cafe is located in Fitzalan Square, Sheffield. They open from 9.30 am - 4.30 pm on Sunday – Thursday and 10 am – 6 pm on ​Friday - Saturday. I accidentally went there and was attracted by the colorful and decorating style. They serve both Indian food, different kinds of bakeries, coffee, and several flavors of tea. Even though I have not tried their food yet, but for the drink and bakeries, I like their cappuccino and the rainbow donut. If you fancy herbs and Indian food, this cafe might be an interesting place. Moreover, they also joined hands with “@toogoodtogo.uk – the #1 Anti-Food Waste App” to reduce food wasting. This campaign is very good and interesting to “ensure that the excess food ends up on the plate and not in the bin!” as they state on their website. There are a lot more vegan restaurants and cafes waiting for you and me to explore. I hope this blog can be useful for people who want to begin to try vegan food and support local businesses. I hope you enjoy discovering these fantastic places for vegan food in Sheffield. All the Best!
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Enactus 2021 Summer Blog