Delicious coffee, freshly made snacks, and a beautiful walk in nature
“Amazing coffee, lovely staff, and a wonderful location!”
Can you imagine rounding a corner on a beautiful country walk and finding freshly roasted coffee and homemade cakes? It sounds too good to be true. But it isn’t!
Riverbank Coffee is a tranquil outdoor cafe, located on the banks of the River Mersey and Trans Pennine Trail, between Urmston and Sale in Greater Manchester. We offer you relaxation in beautiful surroundings, amongst the woodland and wildlife, off the beaten track. If you are looking for the best coffee, refreshing cold drinks, homemade cakes, snacks & hot food then this is the place for you!
A wonderful walk in nature, with a delicious destination!
Locally Roasted Coffee
Our coffee is a locally roasted blend of Colombian and Honduran high-grade Arabica beans. 80% dark roast and 20% medium roast, with smooth chocolate and hazelnut flavour. With our huge choice of hot drinks available we’re sure we’ll serve something to suit everyone.
Freshly Baked Goods
We pride ourselves on using only the finest and freshest produce. We offer hot pies, paninis, and legendary sausage rolls, where our fillings are more meat than pastry!
Desserts Made Daily
If you have a sweet tooth, we’ve got the perfect fix! Home-made cakes, including chocolate brownies, lemon drizzle cake, and rocky road. We also serve croissants and fruit-filled danish, chocolate bars, and crisps. Gluten-free & vegan options are also available.
What do our customers say?
I love this place so much! Amazing coffee, lovely staff and a wonderful location. And the sausage rolls are so delicious, they’re my downfall!C. Graham
First visit with my 11 year old daughter, which involved cycling from Astley near Tyldesley to your amazing and relaxing site. We enjoyed a coffee, two cakes and a sausage roll fresh out of the oven, all amazing and set us both up for the 12 mile return trip. See you again!S. Waterworth
Highly recommend the Sausage Roll and Almond Slice, it was my first visit, but it won’t be my last. It was worth the 25 mile round trip on my bike.M. Townley