Sunday, 26 February 2012

North Tea Power, Manchester

There are so many cafés popping up all over the Northern Quarter I'm not sure where to start. I'm not in Manchester very often these days so I've not had the chance to check out many of them. There's been plenty of praise for North Tea Power so it seemed like a good place to start when I wanted coffee last week.

They specialise in tea, but the coffee is definitely not an afterthought. The flat white I drank was excellent, strong and smooth but not bitter and with quite a pronounced fruity flavour. I'd rather have my coffee in a cup than a glass though, but maybe that's just me.

To eat there are sandwiches, soups and cakes. A Viennese whirl had a nice homely feel to it, collapsing into a pile of lovely, buttery crumbs.

Prices are quite high, my coffee and cake cost over a fiver (£2.40 for the flat white), but no more expensive than the chains and for a far superior product. Very good.


North Tea Power
36 Tib Street
M4 1LA

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