• Airy Fairy

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  • White Vegetarian

Art and craft shop with a cafe offering coffee, tea, soup, savory lunches, freshly made bread, and cake. Organic, fairtrade, and vegetarian. Will accommodate wheat free and lactose intolerant diets. Has garden for seating and small animal sanctuary for rabbits and guinea pigs. Since 1999. Open Mon-Fri 11:00-17:30, Sat 11:00-17:00.

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4 Reviews

First Review by hack_man


Points +474

31 Oct 2021

Cafe is small.

Not been for years.
I must check the place again.

Updated from previous review on 2021-10-31

Cons: small, expensive, poor range of food



Points +35

20 Jul 2016

Amazing Food

When ever I am at that end of Sheffield I visit Airy Fairy and enjoy their delicious food. The food is amazing and the service and staff always friendly!!

I cannot comment regarding Vegan options as I'm vegetarian. But going by what I have had myself, I'd say there is. it gets down to the ingredients.

Pros: Though limited in what they can do, I do feel they

Cons: As I said, there is a bit of a limit of what they


Points +212

03 Jul 2012

Be careful not to choke on a stray crystal

Airy Fairy is the kind of mildly ironic and humorous name an alternative, craft shop would call themselves. Hippy Dippy would be better for this place. The cafe area is so small, and the volume of crystals, wind-chimes and crafty bits so extensive, that it's a little cluttered and untidy for my taste... and suggests compromised hygiene. The food was fair, but the cafe section of the shoppe seems like an afterthought, and the oppression of hippy clutter meant I couldn't wait to finish my meal and leave.

Pros: some vegan options, staff were nice

Cons: cluttered, disorganised


Points +22373

31 Jan 2010

Interesting and pleasant

Nice cosy little place on the busy London Road coming out of Sheffield at the south end near Bramall Lane football ground. You walk into a shop first that sells handmade cards, crafts and trinkets (insence, scarves, ornaments, jewelry, candles, lamps etc). The cafe is at the rear and is very small with around 10 seats and a tiny kitchen area. It's a bit like what mother hubbard's kitchen could look like but in a nice way. There is a hot stove at one end keeping things warm in winter and boiling a kettle of water. The range of food is OK (paninis, sandwiches, calzones, toasted sandwiches, soups and dips). The coffee is good and there is a nice friendly local atmosphere in the place. Great for a snack and hot drink and maybe a little mooch around the shop. There are a nice selection of hand made cards at decent prices. If you're in Sheffield and make a point of going to vegetarian places then it's worth a crack.

Pros: cosy, interesting

Cons: small, limited food

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