On the outskirts of Prestwich, OSMA (the founders come from Oslo and Manchester) offers some of Manchester’s finest food and warmest of welcomes. And its breakfasts and brunches don’t disappoint. You’ll find delicious homemade granola and porridge, open sandwiches, hearty soups and sweet treats, as well as perfect simplicity of sourdough and jam made in the restaurant.
Over the past few years British brunch culture has really thrived. And whether it’s the hungover bottomless or kitsch and classy variety, Manchester has all bases covered.
There are a heck of a lot of things to do here and it’s only right that you fuel yourself appropriately before even thinking about ticking everything off. But then again, with many places serving breakfast until well into the afternoon, you can have a long sleep in after a night out safe in the knowledge that the French toast and full English will still be there when you finally rise out of bed.
If you’re looking for an classic savoury brunch dish cooked to perfection or something sweet and super indulgent, we guarantee that you will not be stuck for choice in Manchester. The Northern Quarter alone has an abundance of cafés and restaurants that will glue you together for the day. Here are the best breakfast and brunch spots in Manchester right now.