The BEST places to grab a scrumptious brunch in Manchester.
Hampton and Vouis
Situated on Princess Street, Hampton and Vouis provides speciality coffee as well as incredible, affordable food. Their menu is inspired by Mediterranean cuisine which focuses on flexitarian eating. You can grab yourself a deliciously healthy granola or açai bowl to start off your day. If this doesn't tickle your tastebuds and you have more of a sweet tooth they have an array of sweet and biscuity pancakes. You can lay your hands on a Jammy Dodger Stack served with vanilla ice cream and juicy berries or you can grab yourself a Lotus biscuit stack, an oreo and peanut butter stack or a bourbon biscuit stack. Spoilt for choice! If none of this satisfies you then you can choose from a variety of poached eggs on toast options.
Now the world is beginning to open up and we can OFFICIALLY dine inside so I thought I would share with you the BEST places to grab a scrumptious brunch in Manchester.
Another Heart to Feed
They have two cafes situated in both Didsbury and Norther Quarter so no matter where you are in Manchester 'Another Heart to Feed' is always nearby. 'Another Heart to Feed' boasts a wide menu selection catering widely for both vegan and vegetarians. You can grab anything from granola, to a simple bagel, sourdough toast with a variety of different toppings as well as the more alternative breakfast bites such as spiced courgette fritters or bimibap with kimchi. If you are looking for an alternative style of breakfast 'Another Heart to Feed' is your place.
You can find the Federal Cafe across Manchester, in Northern Quarter, Deansgate and in their coffee cart in Altrincham market. My personal favourite has to be in their quirky joint in Northern Quarter - the staff are lovely and SUPER welcoming, the food is incredible and vibes are unmatched. My two favourites off their menu has to be between the French toast or the Halloumi & Shrooms. The French toast is for a sweeter pallet served with whipped mascarpone, salted caramel, berries and white chocolate and almond crumble. The Halloumi & Shrooms is served with a poached egg and sourdough toast. Truly Scrumptious!
Fress is situated in both Didsbury and in the town centre (Oldham Street). As well as serving up the traditional style of breakfast of Full English and smashed avocado, it also serves up an American style breakfast (yum). The American section of the menu ranges from fluffy buttermilk pancakes to hangover chicken waffles. While Fress is a little on the pricey side - it is so worth it!