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Ok idle hands was the winner, hands down,haha NTP didn't really like it.


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Idle Hands is very good. So glad they finally managed to get settled into a permanent shop


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I haven't been to NTP for a while, too light and fruity for my tastes mostly - but will be up many peoples alley.

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Has anyone been to Hampton & Vouis by the town hall? Not seen it mentioned.

Also there is a tiny grindsmiths ‘pod’ in the NW lovely

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+1 for Idle Hands. Ancoats Coffee Co good too.

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I've had some fantastic flat whites in Federal (Antipodean), food is excellent to.

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Hey guys staying in Manchester for a couple of days..any new coffee places to try out staying at the Radison Edwardian,.

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Plenty. have little forum search, I have mentioned a few


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8 hours ago, itn said:

Hey guys staying in Manchester for a couple of days..any new coffee places to try out staying at the Radison Edwardian,.

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Head over to the Northern Quarter. Idle Hands on Dale St is a must. Round the corner is Takk on Tariff St - great coffee and food. Nearby is Northern Tea Power on Tibb St - offering well made Hasbean coffees. If you want to be uber trendy - check out Foundation just off Dale St - offering Origin coffee. Big place, lots of choice but quality control, coffee-wise, not up there with the other three.

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Back my go to.

 

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Double endorse your comment about Coffeefix in Gatley.

All types of coffee they serve are really excellent and the food is nice as well.

Just be careful don't trip over the bikes.


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