The Art of Tea
Time Out says
A tea house that shares space with a bookshop? Now that’s a novel idea. The house roast is from Has Bean, and there’s craft beer in the evenings
This artsy tea house is local to the last, drawing on the finest produce in Manchester, some of it conveniently sourced from around the corner. It shares a space with the Didsbury Village Bookshop, making it a cosy place to settle down with a book, while flamboyant artwork by Peter Max means even the bookless will have something to look at.
The menu offers a selection of hot drinks, beers, wines and spirits, all reasonably priced. For the lunch-time scran, the deli bagel attracts the most attention, with Didsbury butchers Axons providing the cured streaky bacon.
There’s also some damn fine coffee on offer, with Has Bean’s Blake blend the house roast. Loose-leaf teas are also available, as well as offerings from Bury microbrewery Brightside Brewing.