Top Breakfast Spots in Manchester

Top Breakfast Spots in Manchester

Brunch spots in Manchester, UK

I stayed over in Manchester last month. I discovered some of the most instagrammable cafe spots for breakfasts if you ever were in Manchester. Therefore, I thought a nice way would be to share the list of places, I’ve been to and some of the other places you can check out in this blog post.

Whenever you’re out and about in the City of Manchester trying to spot places for breakfast or inspiration look no further.

When I visited Evelyn, I ordered a Shakshuka, which looked amazing. Ever since I’ve been introduced to Shakshuka, I’ve loved it and it has always been a go-to meal at a cafe. The one here at Evelyn Cafe was pleasant and perfect for the gram. Priced at £7.50. They also have a range of choices like Blue Latte, hot chocolate but limited. When I went early in the morning, I couldn’t have most of the items on their menu as it wasn’t ready yet. However, I opted for the Peanut Butter Jelly Cap priced at £5.00, which went perfectly with my shakshuka.

Pollen bakery is a hidden gem, totally worth a visit. Located by the river just opposite, where you can enjoy a lovely view with your breakfast. Explore the river with swans and ducks swimming around. Pollen serves freshly baked savoury dishes, so you can grab yourself a list of things from your small menu. What’s more, they even have refillable tea available, which is great for those tea lovers.

Here is a list of breakfast spots in Manchester,UK.

Evelyn Cafe & BarNorthern Quarter G18 Tib St, Manchester M4 1NB

Shakshuka, harissa, baked egg, coriander, sourdough & Latte £7.50 & Peanut Butter Jelly Cup £5.00
Greenery interiors at Evelyn Cafe
Evelyn’s Cafe Breakfast Menu

Pollen BakeryUnit 2B, Cotton Field Wharf, 8 New Union Street, Manchester M4 6FQ

Blackberry + Pistachio Seasonal Danish
Choice of Savouries
Pollen Bakery Breakfast Menu

Federal Cafe Bar9 Nicholas Croft, Northern Quarter, Manchester, M4 1EY

French Toast & Matcha

Alabama’s All American Eatery – 10 Newton St, Manchester M1 2AN

The Koffee Pot – 84-86 Oldham St, Manchester M4 1LE

Ezra & Gil – 20 Hilton St, Manchester M1 1FR

Fig & Sparrow – 20 Oldham St, Manchester M1 1JA

Sugar Junction – 60 Tib St, Manchester M4 1LG

Hope you like the choice of cafes around Manchester. I feel these are the perfect places to brunch and capture the most picturesque breakfasts. If you ever visit the North of England.

However, if there are any other cafes you feel or would like to share your favourite cafes within Manchester. I would love to hear from you, so feel free to leave your comments below with your favourite places with the rest of my readers.

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