‘Decadent cakes’ at Sheffield Dysh cafe have won rave reviews on Facebook, Instagram and Tripadvisor as people travel from all over Yorkshire to sample treats


Dysh Coffee and Kitchen, based on Ecclesall Road, exceptionally offers an almost entirely gluten-free main menu as well as specialist GF afternoon teas and Sunday roast dinners.

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The issue is close to the owners’ heart, as Alice Cassinnelli, a Michelin-trained chef, has a gluten-intolerant sister.

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Decadent cakes.

And with an increasing number of people having to follow a gluten-free diet or being diagnosed with gluten sensitivity, the word quickly spread.

Dysh’s recommendations on Facebook, Instagram and Tripadvisor mean customers in South Yorkshire are now heading to the family cafe to try their decadent cakes or famous potatoes.

Stuart Broomhead, co-owner of the cafe with Alice, said: ‘It means it’s easier for people not to have to think about their dietary needs, they don’t have to ask for a separate menu, they can just eat like everyone. else in their party.

Lunch at Dysh.

“People say it makes a huge difference to them, so we made the decision to offer gluten-free as much as possible.

“If it’s also good without gluten, why do it with it?”

“The reaction has been massive.

“There is a Sheffield Gluten Free Forum on Facebook and thanks to our mentions new customers have come from all over South Yorkshire because they want to try such a great range of gluten free foods in one place.”

Brunch at Dysh.

Dysh opened in 2021 and quickly became a favorite spot for quality coffee, supplied by municipal company Cafeology, and brunch in Sheffield.

It has now expanded to offer al fresco dining, fine wines, multiple menus and also hosts private events.

Sheffield artist Luke Horton stores his creations, from candles to prints, inside and last week the cafe started opening seven days a week to keep up with demand. It has a five star rating on Trip Advisor.

Only three dishes from the restaurant’s main menu are not available as gluten-free options.


For this reason, staff should inform people that the kitchen may contain traces of gluten, but reassure them that they bake the cakes separately, use different utensils and take all possible safety precautions.

For more details visit dyshcoffeeandkitchen.com


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