Patisserie Valerie sits comfortably in the Barkers Pool area of Sheffield city centre. Gaining popularity among shoppers, visitors, and people meeting to chat.
The glass fronted cafe gives a slight feeling of voyeurism which works in the cafes favour, helping to attain a spacious feel, and add to the cultural atmosphere.
The cafe's subtle European feel of art deco prints, leather tub chairs,and a waitress service that requires you tip, originate from the roots of the original Belgium born, Madame Valerie, who opened her first UK patisserie back in 1926 in bustling Frith Street London, selling continental tea and coffee to London businessmen as they rushed around closing deals.
Patisserie Valerie has a wide range of cakes on their menu that will suit any sweet tooth. Luckily the portion size of these delicacies match the price tag.