Insta-worthy rainbow bagels and pink hotdog buns on menu at vegetarian eatery

Inspired by an Australian eatery, a vegetarian spot in Sheffield now offers vibrant rainbow-coloured bagels and pink hotdog buns.

The food sold at Pom Kitchen are irresistibly pretty, and you'll find yourself struggling to eat without taking about a hundred pictures for Instagram.

The Kitchen has been dubbed 'Sheffield’s prettiest brunch spot', and it offers an extensive menu of meals that are ideal for 'colour enthusiasts and rainbow lovers’.

The best part about it that all of the food on the menu is vegetarian and vegan.

You’ll likely have to queue to get your hands on one of their vibrant dishes, butour sister site 2Chillsuggests it’s ‘worth every penny’.

Chloe Bowen left the pretty pink cafe a five star review, saying it’s great value for money.

She said: "Food for colour enthusiasts and rainbow lovers. Pom is a little slice of fun and one of the best vegan and vegetarian spots in Sheffield.

"All food and drink options are bursting with colour and flavour, ranging from shakes, cakes, hotdogs in pink buns and rainbow bagels, it’s difficult to choose only one.

"Their food tastes just as delicious as it looks. In the price range of around £4 for drinks or £7 for show stopper food items, it’s worth every penny whatever you decide to get. Right next to Endcliffe park too!"

Pom Kitchen is open from 8am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 4.30pm on weekends.

A taste of Pom Kitchen’s menu

  • The Brunch Club Bagel – with cream cheese, bacon and fried tomato
  • Pom Rainbow Bagel – with Biscoff spread and sliced banana
  • Pom Pom Bowl – acai smoothie bowl with granola, peanut butter and seasonal fruit
  • OG Pom Dog – with caramalised onions, pickles, ketchup and mustard

  • Katsu Noodles – grilled tofu, katsu sauce and crunchy veg with crispy panko topping

The ‘Pom fave sundaes’ sound incredible – with Ice Cream for Breakfast featuring scoops of vanilla, chocolate and strawberry with warm pancakes and maple syrup with blueberries and cereal.

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