Northern Quarter café serving loose-leaf teas, coffees (including cold-brew) and a solid menu of carby accompaniments
Located in the thick of the Northern Quarter’s creative boom, North Tea Power brings together casual chic with a raucous attitude to both food and drink.
As you might expect, there’s an intimidating array of loose-leaf teas, with an illuminating coffee menu stacked with guest espressos and seasonal offerings, like Deerhunter’s Ethiopian and Costa Rican blend, which is a steal at £2-£3.
Experimental creations are also available in the form of the café’s own cold brew – a heady mix of selected coffee blends for those who prefer their caffeine over ice. A diverse selection of craft beers is also available, including bottles from London’s Beavertown and Pressure Drop breweries.
The breakfast and lunch menu covers grilled cheese sandwiches, French toast, soups, frittatas and seasonal salads. If your sugar’s low, don’t miss the array of hand-bake goodies stocked by the front counter.
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36 Tib Street