TAKK coffee house is a café and creative space in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. This Nordic-inspired cafe aims to provide a welcoming space for people to work, meet, talk, and dream up big ideas.

With a simple, affordable and easy menu during the week and a more indulgent selection at the weekends, the artisan coffee house uses specialist dairy, meat and vegetable producers to put together an amazing plate of food. Every day the chefs create something different, inspired by seasonality, travels, and trends.

Dedicated to sourcing some of the best coffees available in Europe, TAKK serves their own Nordic Style espresso called North Projekt as well as a selection of single origin coffees that change on a weekly basis. They regularly feature guest espresso from some of the best roasters in Europe and further afield.

“TAKK is the result of our travels throughout Scandinavia and Iceland. It’s a big fat love letter to Reykjavik…its people and their love for the coffee bean.” – TAKK coffee house

Did you know that the word takk means ‘thank you’ in Norwegian?

Have you visited TAKK coffee house? If so, I would love to hear what you thought of the place!

Where >> Takk Coffee House, 6 Tariff Street, Manchester M1 2FF, UK

// Photo credit: TAKK coffee house

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