About 101 Brasserie
Casual dining in the city centre
The newly revamped, award-winning 101 Brasserie can be found in the Grade listed Townhouse Hotel Manchester on Portland Street. Inside, you will find a stylish, split-level dining space. The comfortable seating and a soft colour scheme of creams, lemons and caramels make this a great spot for a relaxing meal. The brasserie itself serves seasonal British cuisine while the adjoining 101 Bar offers light lunches, tapas and nibbles. 101
Brasserie would be a good option for a smart lunch stop while shopping, business meal or dinner before a show. Afternoon tea is also served.
Classic British brasserie cuisine
Brasseries might be a French casual dining concept but at 101 Brasserie, it is given a distinctly British spin with a menu of hearty and seasonal favourites. Produce is locally sourced where possible and dishes are elegantly presented. While menus can change, mains might include the house special of Townhouse beer-battered fish and chips with chunky chips; slow-braised lamb shank with buttered mashed potato, tender stem broccoli, red wine and rosemary gravy, and mixed vegetable rogan josh. Classic pasta dishes such as lasagne, bolognese and carbonara are also served, alongside 8oz 28-day dry-aged sirloin steaks and a a special Townhouse Craft Double Burger.
Dessert highlights include sticky toffee pudding, triple chocolate brownie and a local cheese slate. The drinks menu includes an extremely rich list of gins and whisky’s, exotic cocktails, and a comprehensive wine list.
City centre transport links and attractions
101 Brasserie is on Portland Street, not far from Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Central Convention Complex. The nearest tram stop is Market Street, a ten minute walk away. The Albert Hall, Bridgewater Hall and
Manchester Opera house are all within easy reach, so you could dine here before strolling to a concert. There’s car parks nearby.