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Where can I get a good flat white and a decent sandwich in central Manchester?


Londinium 1, Pharos, Ceado e37s, Gene Cafe, Aerobie

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North Tea Power - Tib St

Takk - Tariff St

Grindsmiths - Deansgate


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Great stuff, many thanks


Londinium 1, Pharos, Ceado e37s, Gene Cafe, Aerobie

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Visited Takk. Impressed.


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Popping down to Manchester for a couple of days next week, any places I need to check out for my caffeine fix

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North tea power and Grindsmiths are great suggestions. Grindsmiths is definitely my fav in Manchester.

 

I had a Chemex at Foundation in the Northern Quarter last weekend that was very good. They were serving Origin coffee.

 

There is also Coffee and social affairs (think that’s what it’s called) open near Piccadilly gardens. Not been there yet since it’s only open Monday to Friday during the day.

 

If I think of anymore I’ll let you know.


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Popping down to Manchester for a couple of days next week, any places I need to check out for my caffeine fix

 

You have the wonderful Atkinsons , with a ton of choices of filter and espresso, and in the food hall some fantastic food , too much yummy goodness to choose from. I wouldn't miss it. Beyond that, Takk and Northern Tea Power are worth checking too.


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Rapha on St Anns Square. Allpress coffee, good sandwiches.

 

And there's always cycling on TV.

 

EDIT: Pot Kettle Black I've heard good stuff about but not been in yet. For clarity, I'm an RCC member so get my coffee free at Rapha so it's hard to look past the place!

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Meeting someone today in one of these as yet to be suggested - anyone know of one which has a good decaf offering?


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Takk, North Tea Power, Foundation - all close together in the Northern quarter - one should do decaf. Grindsmiths on Deansgate is worth a punt.


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Thanks Patrick


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My partner likes the decaf at mackie mayor's. I can vouch for it as never dronk the stuff.


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Buzzing after my little coffee tour, never spent much time in the city before and it's such a nice place.

 

Would say North tea power my favorite of the trip, milk was textured beautifully and had a nice toastie to go with it.

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Will be in Manchester on the 18th this month. so takk then? I am in and around Piccadilly. Don't arrive until 17.00/18.00


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North Tea Power - Tibb St - HasBean

Takk - Tariff St - Nordic style - courtesy Clifton Coffee, Bristol

Foundation - Edge St - Origin

 

All within a few hundred yards of each other and not far from Piccadilly.


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Mackie Mayors for food and coffee - coffee wise - Atkinsons and Wolf House , both doing really nice espresso and filter.

Food offerings are superb from the stalls.

North Tea Power were a square mile cafe last time I went in.

Foundation I find a little sterile and cold and the least good coffee wise. I am not a fan of Origin though.

Takk is always good.

Idle Hands on Dale Street is worth trying too.


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Ok will have to be North Tea power and Mackie mayor. As they are both open after 18.00 plus with in touching distance of the the Travelodge :)


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Ok will have to be North Tea power and Mackie mayor. As they are both open after 18.00 plus with in touching distance of the the Travelodge :)

Atkinson have cuppings there and i think they may have a Barista Hustle superlatives on filter at mo.

Worth checking their instagram

https://www.instagram.com/atkinsons.coffee/


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Atkinson have cuppings there and i think they may have a Barista Hustle superlatives on filter at mo.

Worth checking their instagram

https://www.instagram.com/atkinsons.coffee/

 

Cheers.


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Boo Hoo on Mackie Mayor not open Mondays,haha


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