Tucked away between Fargate and Tudor Square you’ll find Marmadukes, a café which offers speciality coffee, homemade food and cakes, and is now accepting the Sheffield Gift Card.
Since opening on Norfolk Row in 2012, Marmadukes has been a champion for delicious, homemade, locally sourced food. The focus is on using quality ingredients – bread is delivered daily by Welbeck Bakehouse, whilst coffee is made with beans from The Barn and milk from Our Cow Molly – to make beautifully fresh dishes in house for customers.
The team behind Marmadukes aim to serve up the best of British, every day. The café has become famous for its seasonal salads, made using British ingredients and inspired by flavours from across the world. Whether it be breakfast, brunch or lunch, Marmadukes always endeavour to serve the very best.
Marmadukes’ Tim Nye joined the Sheffield Gift Card because he believes anything that encourages shopping in the city centre is a good thing.
Tim said: “We all want to see the city thrive and if we as businesses don’t support initiatives like this, then we can’t complain if shoppers decide to go elsewhere.
“Using the gift card is a win win. There are lots of great gifts available and at the same time customers can feel they’ve done their bit for the city.”
When it comes to spending the Sheffield Gift Card at Marmadukes, Tim recommends spending on Marmadukes’ products for home coffee making. The card can also be spent on food and drink items, so great if you’re popping out for lunch and want to treat yourself!
70 shops, salons, theatres, cinemas, bars and restaurants have signed up to the card, which can be purchased online at www.sheffieldgiftcard.co.uk and loaded with between £5 and £200. The gift card is the first of its kind for a major city in England, and will be able to buy all year round.
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