Those with a sweet tooth are in luck this Autumn, as it looks as though there’s a brand new dessert parlour due to open in the Northern Quarter. Details on Lazy Sundae – which by the looks of it is currently still being built on Tib Street, opposite popular Welsh doughnut and coffee shop Siop – are scarce, but that hasn’t stopped its dreamy, peach-coloured shop-front from grabbing the attention of passers by. If its window advertisements are to be believed (which, at the time of writing, is all we’ve got to go on), Lazy Sundae will specialise in artisan ice cream desserts, alongside a range of bubble teas and soufflé pancakes.
A popular dish in Japan, soufflé pancakes are a light and fluffy variation of the popular American breakfast item that take slightly longer to create and are wider and softer than regular pancakes. They’re also a sweet treat that’s relatively underserved in Manchester City Centre and could potentially be the next go-to foodie trend for the city’s Instagram-loving food fans.
Rounding out Lazy Sundae’s menu is a selection of Bubble Teas – a drink that comes in both sweet and savoury flavours and features chewy tapioca ‘bubbles’ – which has become increasingly popular around Manchester following the debut of Gong Cha late last year. Currently, details on Lazy Sundae’s exact opening date and menu are still unavailable – but we’ll share it as soon as it’s available so be sure to check back soon.
- Edward Lane
- Published on:
- Thu 3 Sep 2020