Seeking the best coffee in town? Try one of these Steel City cafes.
New Zealander Jonathan Perry injected his homeland's coffee culture into Sheffield when he opened Tamper in 2011 - and the city's coffee drinker's have been grateful ever since.
Whether you're after a macchiato or a flat white, Tamper have got you covered.
Visit: 149 Arundel Street S1 2NU - tampercoffee.co.uk
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Situated in a courtyard off Division Street, Steam Yard serve up coffee from their constantly rotating selection of beans.
As well as offering delicious mugs of the black stuff, the coffee merchants are renowned for their selection of outrageously delicious doughnuts.
Visit: Aberdeen Court, 95-101 Division Street S1 4GE - facebook.com/SteamYard
Pom's is a great spot for breakfast, brunch and lunch - all of which should be washed down with the kitchen's thoughtfully prepared coffee. The Turmeric and Mermaid lattes are particularly enjoyable.
Visit: 388 Sharrow Vale Road S11 8ZP - facebook.com
There's rarely been a quiet day at Marmaduke's since it opened in 2012. Coffee lovers gather at the Norfolk Row cafe to gossip and sample the cafe's delicious brews.
Visit: 22 Norfolk Row S1 2PA - marmadukes.co
South Street Kitchen
There are few better settings to enjoy a cup of coffee in Sheffield.
Located at the iconic Park Hill flats, this minimalist and bright venue boasts an awesome selection of hot drinks and Middle Eastern food.
Visit: 19-20 South Street S2 5QX - southstreetkitchen.org