THINGS TO EAT: Coopers

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Just to further contribute to the ever ailing reputation of millennials, I’m going to publicly state just how much I love brunch (yet again). It seems to have become a bit of a thing that whenever Sam comes to town for the weekend, we find ourselves heading out in search of brunch. This time it was a Sunday morning and we were a little concerned about finding somewhere that was open but we didn’t need to worry; Coopers¬† had our backs.

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I think that Coopers is one of the most underrated food places in Darlington. A traditional tearoom with the decor to match, it’s the home of simple but seriously tasty food. A trip to Coopers is like popping to your granny’s for a good home cooked meal.

And their cake is lush too.

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But that wasn’t the purpose of this trip. This time we were trying out their brunch options and they didn’t disappoint.

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Predictably, I went for the pancakes and maple syrup option while Sam chose the Full English. Her plate was absolutely packed and you definitely got your money’s worth with how much you got. She was also incredibly complimentary about how good the food itself actually was. The pancakes were super lush and definitely something I would have again.

The best part of all this?

It’s super affordable. Brunch and drinks for the two of us came to around ¬£15 which I thought was really good for how much food we had.

I’ll definitely be popping back in to try some more of their menu soon.

Kelly x

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