The Brunch Club: Two of Manchester's best brunch spots

6 April 2017

They say Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But on a weekend, for people like me who don't like to be woken up before 11am, Breakfast doesn't happen. Breakfast and lunch just blur into one. So Brunch is the most important meal of the day. Nothing quite beats a good(boozy preferably) brunch. Last weekend, I went on a double whammy of brunch outings and can officially add both places to my top 10 list for the best brunches in Manchester.

1) Pot Kettle Black, Barton Arcade.

This is my absolute favourite place to go for coffee. The presentation of coffee is really nice and I really like the fact that for a coffee shop it runs on table service. There is so much choice on the menu for brunch, including a great selection of egg dishes. I went for the avocado & poached eggs on toast with a Mocha and as you can see from the pictures, it looked absolutely divine. The surroundings of Barton arcade are stunning and its also a licensed cafe which is great if you need an espresso martini or three.

2) The Cosy Club, Corn Exchange.
I regularly see this place on one of my friends snapchat stories and decided I wanted to try it, so dragged my friends on Saturday afternoon. Keeping to my theme of avocado, I went for the avocado and bacon salad which sat on a bed of Kale. There was something on the menu for everyone, and believe me that's an achievement as I have extremely picky friends. The only slight nag I have were the sizes of the portions, but for the price of £7.50 for the salad, it was worth it. The restaurant decor is quirky and adds to the friendly atmosphere. The waiting staff were really nice and attentive. To make a booking, which I recommend you do on a Saturday afternoon click here!

Until next weekends brunches...

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