Food Blog: Brunch at 19 Cafe Bar Manchester

The Northern Quarter is awash with so many places to eat brunch and sup coffee.

You’re kind of spoilt for choice really.

Each one is as quirky as the next, all promising some top notch nosh.

Last weekend I stumbled in to 19 Cafe Bar on Lever Street in Manchester.

When I say stumbled, I mean literally stumbled, as I was still a little bit drunk from the evening  before.

Despite that little hiccup though, I knew that stuffing my face on some form of egg dish was the medicine I needed.

As soon as I spotted the eggs benedict with parma ham, I knew this would be just what the doctor ordered.

Served with 3 muffins, 2 eggs and lashings of hollandaise sauce, I wolfed it down.

And you know what? It was the first hangover in forever where I wasn’t actually sick.

So I really must have been as good for me as it looked. 

To wash it down, I also went for a white chocolate mocha, which is quite possibly my favourite hot drink in the world.

The 19 Cafe Bar white chocolate mocha was perfect.


Smooth, sweet, full of caffeine.

Considering there is a plethora of places to choose from, word must have got out that 19 Cafe Bar is the place for brunch. As it was pretty full when we got there and two separate parties of around 8-10 people arrived as we had finished.
Service was quick, the food was great, the prices were reasonable.
What more could you ask for?