About Brasserie Abode - Manchester
Sophisticated European Brasserie in Piccadilly
Cool by day and chic by night, Brasserie Abode is a stylish hotel restaurant that moves effortlessly from breakfast through to nightcaps. The décor is contemporary and refined, but generous servings and value characterise the kitchen’s style. Locals and travellers love the classic brasserie plats du jour on the all-day menu, while Sunday lunches with all the trimmings are popular for family get-togethers.
Classics with a modern twist
Time-honoured brasserie favourites like steak-frites and moules-frites feature prominently on the Brasserie Abode menus throughout the day. Trendy brunchers adore the crushed avocado and poached egg on sourdough toast, lunchtime offers garlic crevettes and fries, while evening visitors drop in for half a dozen oysters and late night cocktails.
The Prix Fixe menu offers three starters, three mains and three desserts drawn from the classic French culinary tradition, with plentiful sides. Sunday lunch is a more British affair, offering lamb, beef or a vegetarian option, with no fewer than seven side dishes, available up until the early evening.
Piccadilly sights and transport
Brasserie Abode is located in the heart of the city, opposite Piccadilly Station, a short walk from Harvey Nichols and Selfridges. The Waterside Theatre is about five minutes away on foot, Manchester Art Gallery just a little further.
The nearest bus stop, served by three routes, is on Paton Street, right beside the hotel. Abode does not have guest parking, but the nearest car park is just one street away, the Citi Park on Dale Street (hotel guests get a reduced rate here).