About Exchange Food and Drink Lounge
Casual dining in Central Manchester
Exchange Food and Drink Lounge at Novotel hotel is a casual dining setting where you can enjoy both local and international cuisine. The chic, quirky decor includes plenty of wooden surfaces, exposed stonework and even a gleaming piano in the corner. Because of the central location, this would be a great spot for a business lunch, bite to eat while shopping or relaxed dinner before a film or concert.
Local and international cuisine
At Exchange Food and Drink Lounge, Chef Scott Davies crafts hearty, flavoursome favourites from the UK and around the globe.
Menus can change, but starters might include the feta & sundried tomato tartlet, the Buffalo chicken wings with spicy blue cheese sauce and the chipotle prawn tacos. For a novel plate of nibbles to kickstart your meal, try the mini Yorkshire puddings with barbecue pulled pork.
Mains might feature the twenty-one-day-aged sirloin steak with a choice of sauces, the jerk chicken with sweet potato fries, pineapple and black pepper chutney or the green Thai vegetable curry with jasmine rice and naan bread. A range of burgers, pizzas and pastas is also on offer, including the Novotel house beef burger with Swiss cheese, tomato and red onion chutney. There is also a children’s menu too.
City centre transport links and attractions
Exchange is based centrally in the Novotel hotel on Dickinson Street, close to attractions such as Manchester Opera House, the Bridgewater Hall and the Odeon cinema. The nearest tram stop is Deansgate-Castlegate, a ten minute walk away, with Deansgate being the nearest station. There is also an NCP car park nearby.