Coffee in Nottingham

“You can do it”- coffee.

These coffee shops all have amazing service (from my experience), are good value for money, and do nicely for brunch too! If you’re looking for somewhere chilled to go in Nottingham (all NG1), these are definitely worth trying out.

200 degrees – Flying Horse Walk
This one had to go first on the list; delicious food, fancy coffee, and plenty of options for GF, vegan and cake eaters alike. Great for studying; free wifi, plenty of tables (although it is always jam packed) and plug sockets. Everyone knows 200 degrees, and everyone loves it.

Homemade – Pelham street
My mission is to try every single cake by the time I finish my degree.. don’t think that’ll be hard actually. This is the cafe I was sat in when I found out I was going to be an aunty again, and I was eating a raspberry and lemon sponge.. it remains my favourite cake there!
Get a loyalty card, you’ll be surprised at how quickly you’ll purchase 10 cakes.

Cartwheel cafe and roasteryLow Pavement
Really fancy coffee, and really yummy eggs.
A bit more on the pricey side for students, but a good place to work as there are plug sockets and free wifi. Huge insta opportunities here too (picture is from Cartwheel).

Wired – Pelham street
Great for doing work, there’s free wifi and the hot chocolate is amazing. There’s graffiti style art, it’s all bright and colourful in there, and full of good vibes.

Fox cafe – Pelham street
They do an amazing vegan full English breakfast here, for about £7. Quirky little cafe, free wifi, and delicious food.

Pudding pantry – Trinity Square
Pudding pantry is a winner for all things brunch. Amazing menu, great food and oh-so-sophisticated. Also, their tomato sauce is homemade and it tastes like heaven.

The coffee list will continue in Nottingham and other places too! There will be plenty more to come involving breakfast, lunch, dinner and booze in the Let’s Brunch chapter 🙂

Enjoy,
Em xx

 

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