Coffee Tales

Coffee Tales
Cafe and coffee shop in Birmingham
Unit 2, Heritage Court, 17-21 Warstone Lane, Birmingham, B18 6HP
Opening hours: 8:00 - 17:00 (Mon - Thu), 8:00 - 17:30 (Fri / Sat), 9:00 - 16:30 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday
coffee

Great cappuccino and flat white

taste

The fresh sourdough toast with honey and double chocolate layered cake were super tasty!

selection

Fabulous selection of homemade cakes, traybakes, breakfasts, lunch options and coffee. Their buttermilk pancake specials, freshly prepared wraps and brioche French toast is not to be missed

value

Cappuccino (£3.10), tea (£2.50), sourdough toast (with preserve, £2.60), breakfast wrap (bacon, Cheddar & scrambled egg, £6.50), big breakfasts (£8.85), omelettes (from £8.50), buttermilk pancakes (from £4.90), toasties (with salad, from £7.90), wraps (from £7.20), baked potatoes (from £6.10), cakes (from £3.00)

storage

Sadly there's no nearby bike racking, the nearest is beside the nearby Edwardian, cast-iron, Chamberlain clock tower

groups

Plenty of seating indoors for groups, however the lack of bike racking sadly doesn't make it a full score

location

Located in the famous Birmingham Jewellery Quarter, 10 miles north-west of Solihull

Region
West Midlands
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A hidden gem located in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, famed for their decadent and delicious cakes (all baked on the premises), buttermilk pancakes, coffee and varied breakfast and lunch menu.

For those with a sweet tooth their cake cabinet will be hard to resist, varied specials include a salted caramel & banana loaf, double chocolate or strawberry layer cake, creme egg rocky road, glace cherry & almond and Bakewell blondie to name a few.

As for breakfast we can highly recommend their superb sourdough toast with honey, alongside peanut butter banana toast, breakfast wrap (bacon, melted Cheddar & scrambled eggs), a full English/veggie, bacon/sausage or avocado baps, omelettes, eggs on toast, porridge and buttermilk pancakes – the Biscoff, strawberry and whipped cream special was a popular choice on our visit!

For lunch there’s a large range of salads, toasties, wraps and burgers (all available gluten-free) and cyclist staples, filled baked potatoes or teacake. The coffee is excellent and there’s also a range of vegan and gluten-free options too.

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