Come and try all of our vegetarian options during Meat Free Week
March 24th, 2015
Did you know that from the 23rd – 29th March, it’s officially Meat Free Week? In case you’ve only ever visited us for tea and cake in the past, let me tell you that we have loads of vegetarian options on our menus:) Our daytime menu is available each day from 10-6pm with yummy breakfast delights such as Exoticado and Dippy Duck Eggs. Then for lunch, how about our Northern Fettle pie or our infamous Nossage dish – YUM!!
That’s not all though, from 6pm – 9.30pm on Tuesdays through to Saturdays, we have an extensive small plates evening menu. Take your pick from my personal faves – the Potato Cake with Beets & Avocado or the Grilled Halloumi & Peppers with Sweet Chilli Dip or if you fancy something spicier, give our Vegi Momos a whirl! That’s just a few of the delicious options available for you, be sure to pop in and try them all for yourself!:)
Fancy learning how to make our delicious cakes at home?
March 19th, 2015
The guys over at Cut Out + Keep contacted us recently to interview us about our cakes and we gave them some recipes to give to their users!
Check out the piece here and learn how to make our Carrot & Coconut Cake, Kahlúa Espresso Brownies and Easy Fruit Scones. Each recipe includes a step-by-step guide to walk you through the baking process. We hope you enjoy having a go at our cakes yourself and when you do, be sure to share pics with us via our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages:)
It’s official, we’re one of the “Best places for brunch in the UK”
March 16th, 2015
Thank you to the guys over at HomemadeByYou who recently featured us in an article about the “Best places for brunch in the UK”. We knew we had fans around Manchester but being recognised in a piece like this makes us feel all warm inside ☺️
They said: “Tucked away in the hip northern quarter of Manchester, this quirky little brunch spot does a great line in all-day eggs (poached, benedict, royale, florentine, dippy with asparagus spears). Toast is made from their own sourdough and you can have it with smoked baked beans, homemade rose petal and strawberry jam or toffee peanut butter.
For something a little more virtuous, the superfood porridge is made with oats, mixed seeds, toasted coconut, raisins and agave syrup. Alternatively, kill a hangover with a fish-finger wrap.”
You can read the full piece here.
Time for a cuppa 1st – 8th March
March 2nd, 2015
This week at Teacup, we’re supporting Dementia UK’s “Time for a Cuppa” campaign. This annual campaign’s aim is to raise enough money so that Admiral Nurses can be made available to everyone who needs one. These nurses offer specialist support for carers and suffers of dementia. You can read more about what they do here.
To help raise money for this cause, we will be donating £2 for every Cream Tea sold between now and the 8th March. This donation is included within the price of the menu option but if you’d like to donate any more, there’s a collection box by the host desk at the front of the restaurant.
During this week, we’ll be running extra promotions on Facebook and Twitter to help boost the amount of money we can raise so please keep an eye out for that:)