I’ve walked by this cute little place quite a few times and have always wanted to pop in! I finally managed to grab a coffee and what a little treat it was!
Here’s my review of A Taste of Honey, Didsbury.
We dropped by before we took on a long drive a few weeks ago. Since it was early, I opted for a Latte and a cute little vegan doughnut covered with white chocolate, pistachios and edible dried flower petals. Tom also got a Latte and decided to have the Egg and Bacon on bread.
Whilst waiting for our order we stepped inside to have a look at the produce around the cafe. Although small, they have made good use of the walls to display a variety of different jars – peanut butters, sesame butters, honey and sauces. They also stock bread and have a fridge with an array of cool drinks.
The cafe has a really lovely feel and it is evident that they support other local businesses – always so good to see! The team have amazing attention to detail and there are plenty of things to look at!
The produce used to make the food they serve is from local suppliers and growers. Their menu is fresh and so varied that it was difficult to decide! Keep up to date with their stock by following their Facebook page – A Taste of Honey.
On thing that I really appreciate is their Book Swap section. This is such a cute idea and it looked amazing in their cafe. I’d have loved to join in but I was only carrying a book I was half way through – I’ll definitely drop one next time!
Although we just popped in to A Taste of Honey for a coffee and treat to fuel us for the long drive to Ingleton, we had a lovely experience. The team were really friendly and welcoming. The cafe has a great rustic feel and fits right into the vibe of Burton Road (which is full of cool independents!). I can’t wait to visit and take part in their book swap!
Thanks for a great coffee – we’ll definitely be back and I recommend this cute little place to anyone in the Manchester area!
Go follow them on Instagram @TasteOfHoneyM20