Koffee Pot

Restaurants, Cafés Central Manchester
4 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)

This Northern Quarter institution has moved round the corner from its original Stevenson Square spot, yet Koffee Pot remains the area’s destination of choice for hangover banishing breakfasts.

This is no ordinary greasy spoon – its interior features vibrant street art (credit is due to Manchester-based artist Hammo) and spacious red booths, while the full English includes spam, potato cake and black pudding (on the house). The shakshouka and smoked haddock rarebit are reliably good, while tea, filter coffee and hot Vimto are joined by craft beers and Bloody Mary’s behind the bar. 

By: Ruth Allan


Venue name: Koffee Pot
Address: 84-86 Oldham Street
Northern Quarter
M4 1LE
Cross street: Stevenson Square
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Average User Rating

4.5 / 5

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Favourite place to get breakfast in Central Manchester. I usually stick to one thing I like in cafes I know but this one has so many different and tasty options I know whatever I get it will be great. The staff are super nice and are always understand when they have to bring our table 3 drinks each to calm are hangovers.


Koffee Pot is a Manchester institution, and it's not hard to see why. It may have moved to a new location, but it's still the same old Koffee Pot we know and love. The meanest hangover is no match for their full English breakfast, which is an absolute bargain at just £8. If you're popping in for breakfast/brunch on a Saturday or Sunday though, be prepared to sit and wait for a table as it gets pretty busy.