6 Top Brunch Spots in Manchester

By Megan James

Manchester has truly embraced the brunch trend, giving us some of the best brunches the North has to offer. Here are just six of what we deem to be the best brunches in Manchester, helping you make the most important meal of the day that little bit more exciting.

Rustik, West Didsbury

Why? Rustik is a family run restaurant situated on leafy Burton Road, serving up some mouth-watering brunches that are so beautiful you won’t be able to resist snapping a picture for the gram. From their Turkish poached eggs to the traditional smashed avocado on sourdough, you’ll find something for everyone in this humble eatery.

How much? The brunches range from £5-£12, with an option to add-on extras for £2 each.

Kettlebell Kitchen, Ancoats & First Street

 

Why? Kettlebell kitchen offers nutritious protein packed food which is all cooked fresh on site, proving that just because their food is healthy, doesn’t mean it has to be bland. Try their clean grill-up or protein pancakes for a brunch will make you feel unreal afterwards, trust us.

 How much? Ranging from £3 to £7, the eatery offers great food on a student friendly budget. Don’t forget to use the FRESHR App to get a further 25% off your food bill.

Solomons, Withington

Why? Situated at the heart of Withington high street, you won’t have to bother getting a magic bus to get to this quirky brunch spot. Serving up classics such as eggs benedict and croque monsieur, this cool hipster café is a massive hit among student locals.

 How much? Ranging from £3.50 to £9, with students able to get an extra 10% off everything by showing a valid student I.D.

Brewski, Mosley Street & Chorlton

 

Why? Not for the faint hearted, this famous brunch spot serves up an absolute beast of a breakfast. The Brewski brunch board contains the same amount of food as six individual fry ups, the perfect place to come with your housemates when feeling a tad fragile. Alternatively, if you’ve ever wondered if you could take on a Man Vs. Food American eating challenge, you can attempt to defeat this monster yourself.

How much? The sharing breakfast costs £40, but shared between six of you that’s a little over £6 each. House day out anyone?

Black Dog Ballroom, Northern Quarter & New Wakefield Street

Why? Two words, bottomless brunch. Yes, that’s right, unlimited alcohol whilst feasting on a delicious brunch, what more could a student ask for? Situated underneath the iconic Afflecks Palace, this New York themed bar and restaurant is the perfect place to get a bit tipsy after a wander round the city centre. Or head to the one on New Wakefield Street just off Oxford Road to get your hangover fix.

 How much? Get the bottomless brunch for just £25 Saturday & Sunday from 12-4pm, but remember to book your place in advance. Wanting to brunch on a Monday? Get 50% off your food bill with the FRESHR App. You’re welcome…

Alabama’s, Northern Quarter

Why? If you’re into American style pancakes, look no further than Alabama’s, based in the heart of Northern Quarter. We’re talking pancakes, waffles and French toast, loaded with fruit, chocolate, bacon; pretty much anything you could wish for. Plus, if you want a classic fry up or eggs Benedict, they do a good twist on that too. We couldn’t recommend this place enough!

How much? Starting from just £6.95, ranging up to £12, this place is ideal for taking a date or mate to cure that inevitable hangover after hitting Deansgate Locks the night before.

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