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Teacup

April 9, 2019
Teacup Cafe

Another stop on the great food tour of the Northern Quarter. A little while ago I went on a brunch date with my friend Fi who suggested we go to Teacup. I'd never been and I'd never heard of it. It's absolutely beautiful. It's rustic and frankly just what you'd expect with the Northern Quarter. There's nothing better than food out with friends, especially when you get to…

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A Birthday in Norwich

February 8, 2019

So Sam turned twenty-five, though I keep being mean and rounding him up to thirty, and for his birthday we went away to Norwich. A place he's always wanted to visit. I'll admit I had no idea what to expect, I'd heard it was pretty but didn't know anything beyond that. Safe to say we both absolutely loved the city and plan on going again. I'd booked us…

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Common

February 5, 2019

There's nothing better than food out with friends, especially when it's in a place as beautiful as Common. It took me a little while and some map following to find it but it was well worth it. Tucked away in a quiet part of the Northern Quater lies a cafe/bar with quirky decor and possibly the best brew I've ever had. I met Fi and Kimi here for…

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Ezra & Gil

November 1, 2018

Slowly I'm eating my way around the Northern Quarter of Manchester, often with the assistance and expertise of my friends. This day I'd arranged to meet Fi, an ex-bookseller friend, blogger, Youtuber and of late pin designer extraordinaire, for lunch. Neither of us are good at making desicions which usually means we end up eating Sushi at either Yo Sushi or Wasabi. This day Fi suggested we try…

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Pot Kettle Black

October 25, 2018

I've honestly lost count of how many times I've been to Pot Kettle Black. It's by far one of my favourite spots in Manchester for breakfast, lunch or just a coffee. It's the place I recommend to anyone visiting and is the place, if I'm given the choice, I take people to. I have to thank my parents for introducing me to this one! Without them I'd have…