PKB – A Review

Barton arcade has always been one of my favourite spots in Manchester. This is one of the prettiest buildings you will find in the city centre.

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Tucked away inside, along with a barbers, deli & tailors, is PKB (Pot Kettle Black). This cafe come community space is loved by many, not just for its food but for its seriously good coffee.

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I’ve been wanting to try out Pot Kettle Black for a while and recently I finally got round to trying their brunch menu. As a newly converted caffeine addict, I also wanted to try their much raved about coffee.

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We stopped by on a Sunday afternoon and I can safely say that my boyfriend and I now love this little spot.

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I’m currently trying my hardest to get in a bit better shape for summer. This can mean that I sometimes dread going out for food and not being able to order something that is both tasty & healthy.

Thankfully, that isn’t an issue at PKB. They offer a few different health conscious choices, including smoothly bowls & salads. I opted for the coconut milk porridge with rhubarb compote and brown sugar and cinnamon sprinkle.

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This might not look like much, but it was SO delicious. Even the boyfriend loved it, which actually says a lot!

He tried out the scrambled egg with wild mushrooms & truffle oil on sourdough. Although any type of mushroom is my worst nightmare, it smelt amazing and my boyfriend loved it.

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They’re breakfast menu has lots of choice, but their specials & Lunch menu looks just as good! But, if you are in the city centre & you just fancy a quick sit down, with a decent brew, then you have to try out the PKB coffee. They take it seriously & its bloody lovely!

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For the amazing location & quality of food, PKB is probably one of the most affordable spots in this part of the city centre! Its definitely worth adding to your ‘to-eat’ list!

If you want to check out any of my other posts on foodie spots around the city centre, have a look through my ‘Manchester – Food’ category on the blog! x


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