National Doughnut Week has arrived and there’s still time to visit some of Sheffield’s most delectable doughnut eateries. Shefnews has put together the top destinations to indulge your sweet tooth this week in the Steel city.
Found on Burton Road and known for its artisan bread and pastries, the Depot Bakery is also an excellent destination to grab a doughnut. They also work closely with other Sheffield eateries, spreading their doughnuts all over the city. For those feeling adventurous, the chocolate chili flavor packs a punch.
Situated on Abbeydale Road, Forge Bakehouse are also known for their fresh breads. They also run a “no throw” policy, with all leftovers being fed to their pigs.
This Kiwi cafe can be found at Sellers Wheel and Westfield Terrace. They also run coffee tasting sessions for coffee fans.
The Steam Yard
Infamous for it’s coffee and ice cream macaroons, this Division Street cafe also has a wide selection of doughnuts to indulge on this week. In a partnership with the Depot Bakery, Steam Yard have a new flavor for each day of National Doughnut Week, with all profits going to The Children’s Trust. The most popular item on the menu is the S’Mores Doughnut, which is pictured below.
For the ultimate doughnut experience, Handmade Doughnuts for Eve Kitchen is the spot to visit. Specialisingin doughnuts, Lauren Eve, the founder of Eve kitchen has worked hard to share her beloved childhood treat with Sheffield. Located on Sharrow Vale Road, the little cafe is a must see for doughnut fans.
Interview with Lauren Eve Hutchinson, founder of Eve Kitchen :