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Start your day the Mediterranean way and join us at Caffé Grande Piccolino, for an authentic Italian breakfast overlooking Manchester’s Albert Square…
They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and we tend to agree!
Whether it’s the taste of our cold pressed juices by The Juicery, the smell of our just baked Italian Artisan breads, or the aroma of our rich Italian Espresso, we think it’s the little details that make all the difference.
Take our bread for example, we have our own bakery and make all of our breads by hand, using traditional methods. Our waffles, crepes and pancakes are made by our skilled pastry chef, fresh to order using our own recipe.
Plus, with all of our eggs sourced from Brookside Farm in Lancashire, whether you choose to start the day with your eggs scrambled, fried, poached or in an omelette, we guarantee that they’ll always be free range.
Available from 9am-12pm Monday to Friday and 9am-3pm Saturday to Sunday, our brunch menu offers a range of breakfast favourites from waffles, crepes & pancakes to paninis, eggs & porridge. All served in the restaurant, on the terrace, or even by the bar, the choice is yours!
To accompany our brunch menu we have also brought in the skills of celebrity juicer Cindy Palusamy, to launch a brand new range of organic, cold pressed juices & smoothies.
Founded in New York, The Juicery boasts locations in LA, London and now Piccolino, Manchester working alongside leading nutritionists and doctors, all over the world. Our new menu is available daily, giving guests the option to ‘juice in or takeaway.’
If you don’t fancy a full smoothie, but still want a shot of the good stuff, you’re in luck as our new juice bar will also be serving a range of ‘shots,’ to help you wake up in the morning. Our concentrated 30-50ml shots provide a powerful punch, offering a nice alternative to the popular shot of espresso.
All you need to do is sit back, relax and start your day the healthy way!
Click HERE to see the menu for yourself