March 15, 2017 Aaliyah Binnie 0Comment

ANOTHER HEART TO FEED

 

Here at MagnaPass we love a good coffee, fortunately for us Manchester is home to some great little independent coffee houses. So, when we heard about Another Heart to Feed, a Melbourne inspired coffee shop and we decided we had to try it!

With spring on the way and the sun finally shining in Manchester, we decided to move the MagnaPass HQ from OGS to Chapel Street for a few hours. It was the perfect morning for coffee, brunch and blog writing.

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(photo credits IG : @sa7ar_m and @casualdiners)

Located just by Salford Central train station, this spot really is a hidden gem. The exterior of Another Heart to Feed instantly catches your eye with it’s brightly coloured graffiti style exterior, it’s a nice refreshing change. The interior was minimalistic, clean, with a spacious layout and plenty of natural light coming through. A good wifi connection is always a bonus! It was the perfect little spot to settle down for a few hours and get some work done!


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Their menu contained a varied range of coffees, teas, juices and some great breakfast/lunch options. Between the three of us, we decided to try smashed avocado with a poached egg on sourdough toast (ofcourse), the breakfast board and several lattes, flat whites and cappuccinos!

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Everything tasted as good as it looks, the avocados were perfectly ripe and the eggs cooked to perfection! We love a good coffee and this place didn’t disappoint. The prices were reasonable too, with a coffee being around £2.60 and the breakfast board at £7 (including the freshly squeezed orange juice) you can’t really complain. We will definitely be back to try their burgers soon!

 

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Address:  77-79 Chapel Street, M35BZ.
You can also check out their Instagram here.

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