About Holiday Inn Manchester City
Relaxed dining in the city centre
The restaurant at the Holiday Inn Manchester City Centre offers a colourful, contemporary space for relaxed dining. Playful decor touches such as the brightly coloured chairs, quirky figures and Manchester street signs all help to create a welcoming feel. You can either dine in the airy main area, perhaps beside the floor-length windows, or tuck yourself away in the cosy corner beside the kick knack-lined bookcase. Food is cooked fresh and served all day long, meaning you can visit for a leisurely breakfast, afternoon tea, business lunch or dinner with friends.
Family favourites and world flavours
The restaurant serves a creative range of classic British dishes alongside globally influenced cuisine. The menu can change seasonally, but starters might feature the chopped peanuts tempura calamari, the corned beef hash cake with poached egg and brown sauce, and the Lancashire cheese and onion croquettes with parsley mayonnaise.
Mains could include the smoked haddock mac ‘n’ cheese with poached egg and pea shoots, the char sui pork belly with egg noodles, pak choi and salt-baked pineapple, and the aubergine & lentil shepherd’s pie with cheesy mash and honey roasted carrots. There is also a choice of burgers, grill items, salads and sandwiches, plus a kids’ menu.
If you are feeling a little bit rock ’n’ roll, you can even order a cocktail inspired by Manchester’s famous music heritage, such as the Champagne Supernova.
City centre transport links and attractions
The Holiday Inn restaurant is close to plenty of city centre attractions, including Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester Opera House and the Museum of Science and Industry. Both Manchester Piccadilly and Metrolink tram station are just short walks away, and if you are travelling in from Manchester Airport, it is around a twenty minute drive. Car parking is available nearby, including at the NCP, which is a six minute stroll from the hotel.