Kollective Coffee + Kitchen, Sheffield City Centre

Kollective Coffee and Kitchen is an aesthetically pleasing, artistic independent café inside Site Gallery, on Brown Street, serving coffees, lunches, brunch and breakfasts as well as a range of amazing looking cakes/desserts.

I visited Kollective Kitchen in the city centre with a friend for brunch one Saturday after eyeing up some amazing looking plates of food on their Instagram page. Based not far away from the train or bus station, and with a number of car parks close by, Kollective is not hard to get to at all if you’re visiting Sheffield centre. Based inside the Site Gallery but welcoming all visitors, it is a lovely place to be for an enjoyable breakfast or lunch or even just a coffee and catch up. They also have a Nether Edge café open as well.

With a slight hangover and a great sounding menu, it was a little tough for me to make a decision between the “BBQ Benedict” (BBQ beef brisket, sriracha hollandaise, poached eggs & crispy onions on toasted sourdough) or “Loaded Croissant” – but I went with the latter. I DEFINITELY need to return to try the brisket!

We enjoyed;

  • Loaded Croissant – (V available) Smoked streaky bacon, grilled halloumi, smashed avocado, scrambled egg & chive sour cream in a toasted butter croissant – This was absolutely divine! The croissant was MASSIVE and crisp, with the fillings aplenty and delicious. Would eat again.
  • Bacon Stacked Pankcakes – (VG available) Stacked fluffy pancakes, topped with maple bacon, blueberries & maple syrup – these pancakes were thick and fluffy and just right. My friend’s eyes were bigger than her belly I think as she couldn’t manage them all but the different elements to the dish go really well together.
  • Mocha & Cappuccino to wash the breakfasts down with were spot on.

Service here was great and the cakes/desserts on the counter looked so good I couldn’t stop looking at them but sadly definitely had no room left for more food after my meal.

For more information on Kollective Coffee + Kitchen, please check out their website here

I hope that you enjoyed my review and it has inspired you to give this café a visit. Please check out my other reviews, and my recipes too! If you have any restaurant/pub/café suggestions for me to try, please leave a comment below. If you are a restaurant/food vendor and would like to collaborate with me in any way, please just email me at jensfoodblog@gmail.com!

Happy munching!





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