CORONA VIRUS CLOSURE
Please note that our sites are closed due to corona virus.
We are desperately trying to keep money coming in while we are closed in order to keep wages and independent suppliers paid by selling #PayItForward vouchers for future visits to the cafe, birthday cakes, classes and events (yes, we will private chef your party!) and we are now delivering cake by post and groceries by car (email for more on these).
Unfortunately we aren't eligible for any of the government grants for the hospitality industry, so we really do appreciate every single order, no matter how small, and with a small business like ours, a little goes a long way.
While we won't be making any money while the cafe is closed, I am working away to save our asses so that there is a business to come back to!
WE ARE NIBBLE.
We are an all girl gang with a passion for baking, eating, drinking, brunch, lunch, coffee, and chatting to you lovely lot.
We make everything ourselves from scratch, and what we can't, we get from other independents who can.
Whoever said business isn't personal, never worked at Nibble.
Expect a home away from home and a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the city with friendly, unpretentious and honest service paired with fresh food and drink with an option for everyone.
We are vegan and gluten free friendly, we try to cater for everyone without them having to miss out on taste, texture and choice, and use sustainable, compostable packaging for our takeaway options.
36 Oldham Street (next to Pop Boutique),
Northern Quarter, Manchester City Centre, M1 1JN
Monday to Friday 8:30-17:00 /
Saturday 9:00-18:00 / Sunday 9:00-17:00
NIBBLE AT MANCHESTER UNI
The Market, University Place, Floor C, Renold Building, 32a
176 Oxford Road, Manchester, Altrincham Street, off of Sackville
M13 9PL Street, Manchester, M1 7DN
Monday to Friday, 8:00-15:00 Monday to Friday, 8:00-15:30
DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT
"Super delicious & really filling." - Paige Tucker, Viva Magazine
Number One Cafe in Manchester
"You've probably never heard of it, but this tiny cafe has some of the best cakes and brownies in the Northern Quarter" - Lucy Lovell, Manchester Evening News
"Had I ever had better oxtail? I took another bite. Probably not." - Chris Patrick, Creative Tourist