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Hugo

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Café Info

Hugo, the Camionnette Café, is one of the more unique members of the Great Food at Leeds team and sells a range of delicious products including coffees, croissants, and fresh sandwiches for lunch as well as scrummy pastries.

He’s conveniently located on the main precinct, so you can easily grab a bite for breakfast on your way into the University or grab a quick lunch or snack on the go.

  • Pastries
  • Sandwiches
  • Brown and Blond Brownies 

Food Hygiene Rating is 5 - Very Good

  • Location

    The main precinct, opposite the Refectory

  • Speciality

    Pastries

  • Food

    Delicious French food including croissants, fresh filled baguettes, and pastries.

Freshly Ground CoffeeRegularLargeGrande

Americano

£1.85

£2.15

£2.45

Latte

£2.15

£2.45

£2.70

Mocha

£2.50

£2.80

£3.00

Cappuccino

£2.15

£2.45

£2.70

Espresso

£1.60

£1.90

Espresso Macchiato

£1.80

£2.10

Flat White

£2.25

Coffee AlternativesRegularLargeGrande

Chai Latte

£2.15

£2.45

Hot Chocolate

£2.35

£2.65

English Breakfast Tea

£1.30

Specialty Tea

£1.50

On Ice12oz

Iced Mocha

£2.80

Iced Latte

£2.45

Iced Cappuccino

£2.45

Iced Chai

£2.45

ExtrasPrice

Flavoured Syrup

£0.50

Espresso Shot

£0.30

Whipped Cream

£0.50

Coconut Milk

£0.30

Almond Milk

£0.30

Decaffeinated Coffee, Soya Milk & Skimmed Milk available. Please ask.

Hugo’s History

We fell in love with Hugo as soon as we met him. Here’s a little more about his background.

Hugo is an original Citroen H Van, born in France and is over 30 years old.

The vans were developed as a simple front wheel driven van after World War II with a total of 473,289 produced in 34 years in factories in France and Belgium.

Retaining his Gallic charm, Hugo has now been converted into a fully operational Catering van.

The name Camionnette Café comes from the French word meaning van, so literally, Hugo the van Café.