Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Teacup by Guest Blogger: Francesca Yiacoumis

"If you love tea and cake, visit Teacup. It seems to be the social hub of the Northern Quarter; full of young creatives, business people and cake lovers, packed together in a cosy space. The red polka dot table cloths, white retro chairs and quirky teapot cartoon art on the deep brown walls make it the epitome of cute.

Cakes and brownies (£3.00) are freshly baked on the premises and are a must try if you have a sweet tooth. There's lots to choose from for breakfast such as such as poached eggs on a toasted bagel with spinach, hollandaise sauce and capers, for £6.95. If you fancy more of a meal during the day, the salads (halloumi salad and falafel salad, both £7.95) and pies (£8.00) are delicious too and are made using locally sourced organic ingredients whenever possible.

Got to love their novel and extensive drinks list - the organic juices will give you a healthy buzz, smoothies are wholesome and nutritious and milkshakes, hot chocolate and coffees go down a treat. Their fine quality loose tea brews make the place true to its name - Organic Pink Rose Buds tea deserves a special mention, which is subtly flavoured, divinely fragrant and £3.55 for a pot.
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