Meli’s Greek cafe, the best in town #Newcastleupontyne

Hello coffee lovers, I’m back with my coffee reviews lol. Back in Feb my friend said she wanted to take me to this new cafe called Meli and I obviously agreed.

The cafe is run by the cutest couple from Greece, which explains that the name Meli is actually a Greek word that means honey.

The cafe provides snacks, coffees, teas, different drinks including smoothies and they also have sandwiches and their soup of the day.
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My favorite thing about Meli’s is that their coffee is strong, the atmosphere is very cozy and warm.
The owners will make you feel that you’re home, they’re very smiley and friendly.
I would highly recommend you to try their Freddo cappuccino in the hot weather, love how they sprinkle some cinnamon on top, so yummy.
Their olive oil chocolate cake is so spongy and it has fewer calories than regular chocolate cakes.
They keep making different soups and omg they were absolutely delicious.
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Pros:
  • Vegan options available
  • Healthy snacks
  • Fresh smoothies/food
  • Greek music creating an ( ambiance )
  • Different cakes/new recipes
  • Central location
Cons:
  • Only cash payments

Overall I would say that it’s definitely my favorite cafe in Newcastle so far, with the lovely interior, very light enjoyable food with your loved ones, and the best customer service ever.
What else could you ask for?
 Address:
142 Northumberland St, Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 7DQ
Let me know your thoughts if you have visited Meli, if not then comment your fave coffee spot in Newcastle.
Thank you for reading my little review, lots of love.

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