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  • The Slug And Lettuce - Deansgate

    64-66 Deansgate, M3 2EN

    Deansgate, Manchester

    Cuisine: British, International, Modern

    About The Slug And Lettuce - Deansgate

    Manchester city centre’s Slug & Lettuce serves food from 10am to 10pm. The relaxed breakfasts and lunches make way for a stylish yet comfortable bar with a variety of drinks and great music come nighttime.

  • Red's True Barbecue

    2 Lloyd St, M2 5WA

    City Centre, Manchester

    Cuisine: Steaks & Grill, Burgers, BBQ

    About Red's True Barbecue

    Red’s True BBQ is a barbecue restaurant in Manchester city centre with an industrial style decor of exposed bricks and pipework. With an aim to end “the plague of bad British barbecue” it takes its barbecued meat very seriously. Their meat is smoked fresh every day and may include ribs, pulled pork, sticky chicken or brisket. Red’s True is famous for its donut burger: two patties, melted cheese, smoked peppercorn bacon, crispy onions, and dirty sauce, all between two sweet glazed donuts

  • Evelyn’s Cafe Bar

    G18 Tib St, M4 1NB

    near Manchester, Manchester

    Cuisine: Bistros & Brasseries

    About Evelyn’s Cafe Bar

    Evelyn’s is a sophisticated restaurant in the Northern Quarter which serves a menu with global influences. In the morning they have a breakfast option, during the day an a la carte menu, and a Sunday menu with a la carte and Sunday roast options. They describe their dishes as “healthy without being preachy” and dishes include seared mackerel cooked on paper in an Inca grill, quinoa and bulgur wheat salad and crab and shrimp burger. Their wine menu stocks several organic wines.

  • Burger & Lobster

    Ship Canal House, M2 4WU

    Gay Village, Manchester

    Cuisine: Bar Food, Burgers, BBQ

    About Burger & Lobster

    Decorated with the restaurant group’s signature red leather seating and exposed brickwork, Burger & Lobster is a stylish dining option on King Street. Instead of a menu, diners can cheese between burger, lobster, or lobster roll with fries and salad, while those looking for indulgence can plump for the giant lobster feast. There is also a selection of cocktails, draught beers and wines, as well as a DJ spinning each evening.

  • Asha's

    47 Peter St, M2 3NG

    City Centre, Manchester

    Cuisine: Indian

    About Asha's

    Inspired and co-owned by Indian singing sensation Asha Bhosle (the most recorded artist in music history and subject of the Cornershop song Brimful of Asha), Asha’s is a luxurious Indian restaurant in Manchester city centre. The menu offers a modern take on traditional Indian cuisine, with many of the dishes accompanied by notes from Asha explaining their connections with her life and career. Accompanying the menu is a meticulously crafted cocktail list.

  • The Little Yang Sing

    17 George St,

    City Centre, Manchester

    Cuisine: Chinese, Traditional

    About The Little Yang Sing

    Little Yang Sing is a traditional Cantonese restaurant in Manchester’s Chinatown. Proprietor Warren Yeung, along with his staff, focus on giving guests warm and friendly service. The a la carte menu offers a mammoth selection of dishes, including an extensive dim sum section. There is also a separate vegetarian section with a wide range of dishes. There are also platters which are perfect for sharing. Little Yang Sing’s carefully selected wine list compliments the food.

  • Great Kathmandu Tandoori Restaurant

    140-144 Burton Road, M20 1JQ

    Didsbury, Manchester

    Cuisine: Indian, Southeast Asian

    About Great Kathmandu Tandoori Restaurant

    The Great Kathmandu is a highly regarded Indian and Nepalese restaurant in West Didsbury. It has won multiple plaudits, including The Observer readers’ Best Indian Restaurant in the UK, The Independent’s top 50 curry houses in the UK, and the House of Commons Tiffin club. The Great Kathmandu use a traditional coal fired clay oven to cook their tandoori dishes, which include their famous tandoori lamb chops. The menu offers over one hundred dishes to choose from and there is an extensive selection of wine, as well as Nepalese beer.

  • Greens Restaurant

    41-43 Lapwing Ln, M20 2NT

    near Manchester, Manchester

    Cuisine: Vegetarian/Vegan, Modern

    About Greens Restaurant

    Greens is a vegetarian restaurant in West Didsbury co owned by tv chef Simon Rimmer. With the ethos “It’s not your lifestyle, but your tastebuds we care about,” Greens aims to entice vegetarian and non vegetarians alike with their globally inspired imaginative dishes cooked using local produce. Examples may include the spinach, pistachio and feta filo pie with tomato and cinnamon sauce and roasted plum tomatoes or the Lancashire cheese and basil sausages with confit garlic mash, beer gravy and tomato chutney. The wine list is carefully selected by Simon himself.

  • Wings

    Heron House, M2 5LN

    City Centre, Manchester

    Cuisine: Chinese, Traditional

    About Wings

    Wing’s serves Cantonese cuisine in Lincoln Square in Manchester City centre. Its reputation precedes it; it is often considered to be one of the best Chinese restaurants in Manchester and has been visited by a number of celebrities, including Manchester United players, pop stars, and television stars. There is a huge range of Chinese dishes on the menu, including dim sum, sizzling dishes, noodle dishes, banquets and soups. The wine list is also extensive and impressive. There is an outdoor terrace on Lincoln Square for sunny days.

  • Saray

    609 Wilbraham Rd, M21 9AN

    near Manchester, Manchester

    Cuisine: International, Mediterranean, Turkish

    About Saray

    The recently refurbished Saray Cafe, Bar and Restaurant aims to serve up an authentic Turkish dining experience in both its food and atmosphere. Dishes are freshly prepared to order and include specially selected, quality ingredients. The restaurant is bright and airy, with splashes of colour from rainbow lamps on the walls. Saray’s outdoor seating means that you can enjoy dining al fresco if the weather is fine. This would be a friendly, cheerful spot for a relaxed meal with family or friends.

  • Sanskruti

    95 Mauldeth Rd, 95 Mauldeth Rd

    South, Manchester

    Cuisine: Indian, Vegetarian/Vegan, Traditional

    About Sanskruti

    Sanskruti serves a wide range of vegetarian and vegan Indian dishes. The dishes are as diverse and colourful as the country itself, covering the thalis of Gaujarat to the dosas of South India to the chaats of Mumbai, among others. The extensive menu is divided into sections: street food, starters, South Indian, Punjabi mains, Gujarati mains, daal, rice and naan, desserts, and drinks. There are also regular chef’s specials

  • The Bay Horse Pub

    35-37 Thomas St, M4 1NA

    Northern Quarter, Manchester

    Cuisine: Bar Food, Brazilian

    About The Bay Horse Pub

    The Bay Horse Pub is a bar and venue in the bohemian Thomas Street in the Northern Quarter. Spread out over two floors, the downstairs is their stylish cocktail bar, Saddle Club. The menu at The Bay Horse features wholesome pub food including a selection of hearty pies, pizzas, sandwiches, and snacks. The drinks menu includes rotating cask ales, international and local craft beers, whiskies, rums, and premium house spirits. Live music plays a big part of The Bay Horse and there are regular open mic nights, rotating DJs, gigs, and vinyl evenings.

  • Pasha Restaurant  

    513 Wilmslow Rd, M20 4BA

    City Centre, Manchester

    Cuisine: Mediterranean, Middle Eastern

    About Pasha Restaurant  

    Pasha serves Middle Eastern and Mediterranean dishes in Withington. The menu includes hummus, baba ganoush, batata harra, merguez, halloumi, couscous, kebabs and casserole dishes.

  • Sapporo Teppanyaki

    91-93 Liverpool Rd, M3 4JN

    City Centre, Manchester

    Cuisine: Japanese, Sushi

    About Sapporo Teppanyaki

    Sapporo Teppanyaki is more than a Japanese restaurant. It’s a dining experience that provides entertainment for large parties, couples and families. The Teppanyaki chefs entertain as they prepare the food, with tricks that include knife skills, slicing the food in half in midair, and juggling. Those looking for a more relaxed meal can dine in the bar area. The menu includes a range of Japanese duck, beef, chicken, fish, pork and vegetable dishes, and the drinks’ menu features sake, Japanese cocktails, beers and whiskeys, as well as Western drinks.

  • Fuzion Noodle Bar

    264 Wilmslow Rd, M14 6JR

    South, Manchester

    Cuisine: Chinese, Japanese, Pan-Asian

    About Fuzion Noodle Bar

    Fuzion is a casual noodle bar inspired by the buzzing street vendors of the Far East. Dishes are cooked to order using the freshest ingredients and served at long communal tables. Fuzion’s extensive menu includes a range of noodle, rice, sauce based and wok fried dishes, and sides. Recommended dishes include the Pad Thai and Nasi Goreng. All the vegetables are sourced from Smithfield market and delivered daily.

  • The Rose Garden

    218 Burton Rd, M20 2LW

    City Centre, Manchester

    Cuisine: British, Modern

    About The Rose Garden

    The Rose Garden in West Didsbury serves menus that change with the seasons with ingredients sourced from local suppliers. Run by Emma and head chef William, the restaurant is very much a family affair, with William’s architect father designing the interior, his brother Tom constructing it, and his younger siblings waiting the tables. The seasonal menus showcase the best local produce on offer and may include dishes like wild garlic, spinach and feta filo, wild garlic pesto, broccoli cous cous and watercress veloute, or glazed pork cheek, ham wrapped fillet, spring onion emulsion, radish, spinach and potato puree with cider reduction.

  • Giorgio Ristorante

    133 Portland St, M1 4PY

    City Centre, Manchester

    Cuisine: Italian, Traditional, Pizza

    About Giorgio Ristorante

    Located at the crossroads of Oxford Street and Portland Street, Giorgio Ristorante is within easy walking distance of the Palace Theatre, the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester Central and Manchester Opera House. Established in 1978 is it one of the oldest and most highly regarded Italian restaurants in Manchester. Giorgio’s pasta is cooked fresh every day and their pizzas are baked in the traditional Neapolitan way. Their chefs have also created beef fillet steak, veal, poultry and fish specialities.

  • Swadesh

    98 Portland St, M1 4GX

    Deansgate, Manchester

    Cuisine: Indian, Traditional

    About Swadesh

    Swadesh is an Indian restaurant in Manchester city centre. It serves seasonal menus featuring dishes from different areas of India. Swadesh prioritises the use of quality fresh ingredients. Many of their recipes have been handed down across generations. All the Indian favourites are there, as well as a traditional Desi Apna section where the dishes are prepared according to their Punjabi home style. There is also a children’s menu and a lunch buffet.

  • The Lime Tree

    8 Lapwing Ln, M20 2WS

    South, Manchester

    Cuisine: British, Modern

    About The Lime Tree

    Owned by farmer Patrick Hennessy, The Lime Tree serves a regularly changing menu which focuses on seasonal and local produce, much of which comes from Patrick’s own farm in Macclesfield Forest. Patrick is joined in the kitchen by a long established team of chefs including his son Sam who has worked at Michelin star restaurants. The Lime Tree also have their own in house baker who bakes their fresh bread and pasta.

  • Rump N Ribs Steakhouse

    1-2, Peter House, M1 5AN

    Deansgate, Manchester

    Cuisine: Steaks & Grill, Burgers

    About Rump N Ribs Steakhouse

    Rump N Ribs serves a selection of steak and grill dishes in Manchester city centre. The restaurant is unique in that it offers Halal Aberdeen Angus beef. Rump N Ribs dry ages its meats to result in perfectly marbleised, tender beef with a rich depth of flavour. Steak options include 16oz t-bone, 11oz rump, and 10z sirlion. Other options include chicken breast and buffalo ribs. Rump N Ribs focuses on seasonal, local and organic ingredients.

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