Enjoy 1/3 off at one of Manchester’s best-hidden brunch spots

Lawn Coffee, tucked away in a corner of The Princess Street Hotel, is one of the best-hidden gems in the whole city, and they want to prove it with their brunch.

This small but perfectly formed coffee shop in the City Centre is everything you need. Whether you are after a lovely aromatic cup of loose leaf tea, a long black pour-over made properly or the most luxurious hot chocolate you have ever laid your eyes on, Lawn really has it all.

As for grub, Lawn has been confidently bossing the cake-game ever since it opened with a fine selection of freshly baked slices, cupcakes, scones and pastries.

Lawn is also home to a pretty righteous afternoon tea which comes fully equipped with all the acquirements you might expect as well as a stellar lunch menu.

However, all this is well and good (like really good), but the thing we love the most about Lawn Coffee is their brunch. Lawn has been offering a brunch menu for a few months now, and each time I go it just gets better.

Your delicious menu of coffees, teas and fresh juices lie alongside a stunning menu of all your favourites such as smashed avocado on toast with poached eggs, eggs benedict with ham or bacon or the deliciously indulgent Belgian waffles with caramelised banana, toffee sauce and ice cream.

Brunch is available all day, every day too which means you can get stuck into the likes of the steak and eggs, sweetcorn fritters or falafel and beetroot flatbread all day long.

What’s more is until the end of March, you can enjoy your Lawn Coffee brunch with a sweet 1/3 off. This offer is valid on all dishes on the brunch menu, and all you have to do is quote ‘MCR Brunch’ when ordering.

So pop in ASAP to enjoy one of the finest brunches around!

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1/3 off Brunch at Lawn Coffee
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Venue: Lawn Coffee at The Princess Street Hotel
Date: Valid until 31st March
Time: All Day

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Lawn Coffee, The Princess Street Hotel, 18-24 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 4LG

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