Coffee shop with its own line of intriguingly blended soft drinks, as well as locally roasted coffee beans and a decent selection of lunchtime staples
The coffee menu here is strong, and sourced from an ever-changing menu of local talent including Chorlton coffee nuts Passion Fruit, to produce solid staples such as cappuccinos, chai lattes and cold brews. There are vegan friendly alternatives to the norm using almond and soya milk. For other curious alternatives, Oklahoma also homebrew a selection of soft drinks including the weird and wonderful grapefruit and rosemary juice, and an equally alluring range of loose-leaf teas, including a chocolate variety.
Food-wise, the sandwiches (everything from the humble grilled cheese to a reuben brisket) and salad bowls are huge, while breakfast time is all about pastries and homemade granola served in jam jars. There’s a lunch deal offering any grilled sandwich, soup or salad for £6, but these are fairly average prices for the Northern Quarter.