Brown’s Bar & Brasserie Manchester Afternoon Tea Review

Brown’s Bar & Brasserie Manchester Afternoon Tea Review: April 2018

Bang in the heart of Manchester city centre, located on York street, is the brilliant and beautiful Browns Bar & Brasserie.

Built in 1901, by Charles Heathcote for Parr’s Bank, this beautiful red stone building is an opulent example of Edwardian baroque architecture.

Décor is an eclectic mix of marble, dark cherry woods, iron works, includes a picture-perfect piano, and the high ceilings provide a spacious airy feel.  The various nooks and crannies make this place ideal to have a few post work drinks, catch up with friends, chill with family or get cosy with a loved one.

Seated in this cute, cosy corner hideaway, we pursued the menu and ordered some sensational sweet treats in the form of an amazing Afternoon Tea.

The Vegetarian offering included a selection of savouries, the hummus crostini and delicious cheese & tomato mini brioche rolls.  The home baked scones with strawberry jam and clotted cream were delicious.

Mouth-watering mini desserts featured slated caramel profiteroles, chocolate brownie, chocolate slice sprinkled with gold dust and my personal fav the macaroons.

Take the Afternoon out, chill with the Brown’s and enjoy moreish, mouth-watering moments with their classic Afternoon tea.

Thank you for reading 😊

Melanie xx

Contact:

https://www.browns-restaurants.co.uk/restaurants/northwest/manchester

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50 thoughts on “Brown’s Bar & Brasserie Manchester Afternoon Tea Review

  1. I love my afternoon tea and looking at your photos of the mini desserts, scones and gold dusted chocolate cakes….it does not disappoint. They all look so yum!

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  2. This looks amazing, I feel hungry just reading it! Looks like a really classy interior too which help make the visit special. Been drooling over those fantastic pictures!!

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