Northern Quarter Lunch on-the-go

8 Nov

The Teacup‘ of Dale street is a darling gem of homebaked loveliness. If you crave mismatched furniture, friendly staff (who genuinely love food & people) and most of all delicious baked goods then this is your spot. There’s frequent usage of organic goods, and locally sourced eggs, tea always comes served in some swell fine China. There’s everything on offer here, cakes, desserts and savoury goods, anything you can think of. I opted for a cutesy cup of cha accompanied by a generous slice of carrot cake (which I’d highly reccomend.)

Alternatively, when the student or recession ridden budget doesn’t stretch far enough for french fanices, and you fancy a dangerously cheap lunch with Northern banter to boot – head to ‘The Loaf’ on Oldham street (a few shop fronts down from the infamous ‘Paul’s hair world’.) I managed to pick up two slices of Marmite on toast, and a cup of tea for just £1.35 – what a bargain. The exposed brick building is rustic and quite endearing for such a tiny ‘hole-in-the-wall’ sized shop.

The Loaf

Tea & toast

The Teacup Northern Quarter

The Teacup bread

The Teacups


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