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101 Portland Street, M1 6DF
City Centre, Manchester
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.
58 Mosley St, 0161 236 1811
Northern Quarter, Manchester
Cuisine: British, Vegetarian/Vegan, Bistros & Brasseries
Named after the year the first vegetarian society was formed, 1847 – Manchester serves vegetarian and vegan food in Manchester city centre. Located on the corner of Mosley Street and Booth Street, it is close to Manchester Art Gallery, theatres, Albert Square, and the shopping district. The decor is cool and understated, featuring reclaimed wood and exposed hanging lightbulbs. The menu at 1847 is made up of modern British dishes created using local seasonal produce – examples are “fish” and chips (made with halloumi instead of fish) and celeriac and potato gratin. A carefully selected wine list compliments the food menu.
47 King St W,, M3 2PW
Cuisine: French, International, Traditional
47 King Street West is a family run restaurant in Manchester city centre which serves modern British and French dishes. Head chef Rod Francis is classically trained in French cuisine and has worked in some of the best restaurants in the UK. 47 King Street West is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea. Their bar serves a range of Champagnes, wines, beers, and inventive cocktails. Large parties are easily catered for. There is live music entertainment on a Friday.
104 High St, M4 1HQ
Named after the perfect temperature to serve coffee, and what this restaurant believes is the perfect temperature to cook, 63 Degrees serves fine dining style French cuisine in a relaxed setting in the Northern Quarter. Dishes on the menu include pan fried sea bass, duckling fillet and chocolate fondant. The restaurant has a private function room and outdoor terrace for sunny days.
AC Hotel by Marriott Manchester Salford Quays, 0161 876 5305
near Manchester, Manchester
Cuisine: Modern, Bar Food
AC Lounge + Kitchen is a casual dining space in the chic Marriott AC Hotel. Inside, the brown, blonde and cream decor creates a soothing setting to unwind over a meal. The menu is Mediterranean-influenced and there is a varied tapas selection for you to sample. After dining you can enjoy a craft cocktail in the lounge bar area.
73-83 Liverpool Rd, M3 4NQ
Cuisine: Indian, International, Modern
The Manchester branch of the popular Akbar’s award winning curry group is in the city centre. Their extensive menu has a huge range of authentic dishes from North and South India, as well as Pakistan. Favourites such as korma and vindaloo are there as well as more authentic Indian curries like the handi of the day which is is prepared by the chef daily to give diners an opportunity to try an Indian dish that is eaten in India (usually cooked on the bone). Other popular Indian dishes like pakora, gulab jamon and lassi are also on the menu.
14 South King St, M2 6DW
Cuisine: Italian, Modern
Al Bacio is situated in the heart of Manchester just a short walk away from the Phones 4 U arena, Deansgate and Oxford road train stations.
Leftbank, M3 3AN
Cuisine: British, Traditional, Tapas
Albatross & Arnold serves small plates for sharing from lunchtime until late. You can find this stylish bar and lounge retreat on the first floor of The Leftbank Building on the banks of the river. This means that you can watch the hustle and bustle of Spinningfields while relaxing in pure luxury.
The Great Northern , M3 4EN
Cuisine: Bar Food, Burgers
Forget sticky carpets and fast food – All Star Lanes have put the cool into bowling alleys. With four locations in London, All Star Lanes have introduced the “boutique bowling alley” concept to Manchester, swapping sticky carpets and fast food for quality ingredients, carefully crafted cocktails and stylish decor. The food menu is made up of American dishes such as burgers, buttermilk fried chicken and grilled cheese. The ingredients are sourced from the best suppliers; the pork in their chilli dogs is from Dingley Dell and beef in the burgers is from Dedham Vale. Everything is made in house to order – including All Star Lanes’s secret BBQ sauce and chutney.
Cathedral Street, M4 3TR
Cuisine: Traditional, Steaks & Grill, Bistros & Brasseries
Alston Bar & Beef is a stylish steak & gin hangout on Cathedral Street, secluded beneath The Corn Exchange. Boasting ‘the best steak & gin in Manchester’, this is the only restaurant that serves up the top 1% of Scottish beef from the Tweed Valley, plus plenty of the juniper-based tipple. In fact, the bar offers over 60 gins in total, each uniquely garnished and served to perfection. The space is enhanced by tasteful neon lightning, creating a chic atmosphere. Alston Bar & Beef would be ideal for a relaxed dinner date followed by drinks, or for a meal with friends before hitting the town.
14 Radcliffe New Road, M45 7GY
Cuisine: British, Italian, Modern
Amore Cucina serves contemporary Italian food in an airy, elegant restaurant space.
Situated north of Manchester city centre in Whitefield, this is the ideal spot for dining that balances chic with relaxed. The restaurant showcases chef Jacques Hilton’s take on classic Italian dishes, both via the main menus and the ‘Venetian tapas’ (cicchetti) menu.
While dining, you can enjoy the view from the curved floor-to-ceiling windows or watch waiters shake cocktails in the central bar.
Avenue North, M3 3BZ
Artisan on Bridge Street, Spinningfields, describes itself as an “artist’s loft studio meets concrete warehouse.” Its 12,000 square foot space is decorated in an industrial style, with an exposed timber beam ceiling and concrete flooring combined with plush velvet chairs and Persian rugs. The menu is made up of bistro style dishes such as fillet steak and mussels, along with flatbread pizzas baked in the restaurant’s wood fire oven. An open kitchen allows diners to watch the chefs in action.
47 Peter St, M2 3NG
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.
376 Deansgate, M3 4LY
Cuisine: British, Bar Food
Atlas is a bar situated in the railway arches of Deansgate. It serves breakfast, soup, sandwich and main course dishes. All the dishes are made fresh in house and there is a strong focus on quality ingredients, with the meat coming from WH Frost butchers, bread from W.Thatcher, fish from Direct Fisheries and vegetables from R Noone & Son. Atlas Bar boasts a huge outdoor terrace which due to it being heated and covered can be enjoyed all year round. The bar specialises in gin and currently has 285 (and counting) variations of gin from around the world.
1, The Avenue , M3 3AP
Cuisine: International, Traditional
Located under the Armani store in Spinningfields is Australasia, a restaurant which serves modern Australian food with Indonesian and Japanese influences. Australasia is a bright, modern space decorated in neutral tones. Guests have the option of choosing several smaller dishes or the traditional starter and main. The menu is extensive, with large sushi, tempura and grill sections, as well as main courses such as Chilean seabass with prawns in coconut and Tom Yam broth, and crispy suckling pork belly with a pineapple curry. The desserts are equally as inventive, with options including lychee and ginger panna cotta kaffir lime brulee with pineballe sorbet. There is also a large selection of sake.
The Corn Exchange, M4 3TR
Cuisine: British, Modern, Traditional
Banyan is a bistro-style restaurant and bar serving all day meals. It prides itself on its range of draft ales and cocktails, which can be enjoyed in a stylish, listed building setting. Original features such as a grand staircase, bricked walls and floor-to-ceiling windows are combined with contemporary additions like a long bar, copper beer pumps and minimalist furnishings. In warmer weather, you can relax in the large al fresco area. Banyan is ideal for casual dining, business lunches or even a place to stop for coffee and cake while shopping.
92-96 Deansgate, M3 2QG
Just minutes from The Royal Exchange Theatre and Opera house, Bella Italia in Deansgate is the ideal location for a pre or post theatre meal. Their menu includes all the Italian favourites such as pizza, pasta and desserts. The restaurant is child friendly and offers a separate kids’ menu. The bistro style decor is bright and cosy in the trademark style of Bella Italias throughout the UK.
8-12 John Dalton St, M2 6JP
Cuisine: British, Modern
The Manchester branch of Bill’s, situated in the heart of the city centre, has the same features known to fans of the restaurant chain: a casual but stylish decor with soft leather sofas, cosy booths, larger sharing tables, and an outdoor terrace. Their extensive menu serves contemporary European food with breakfast, afternoon tea, lunch and dinner available. Options include grilled sea bass fillets, slow cooked barbecue style pork ribs, and avocado, bacon and spinach salad.
156 Burton Rd, M20 1LH
Cuisine: Modern, Bistros & Brasseries
Bistro-156 is a small family run restaurant in West Didsbury. Owners Philip and Rachel, alongside chef David, cook honest, traditional, French and European country food. Dishes are uncomplicated and full of flavour and each are carefully attended to, from the soups to the fillet steaks. Philip’s love of wine is reflected in his carefully selected wine list. The atmosphere is cosy and informal, with rustic decor and changing local art displays. There are tables outside for sunny days.
Basement Affleck's Palace, M4 1PW
Black Dog Ballroom NQ is a basement bar and restaurant under Affleck’s Palace on Church Street in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. It’s a spacious, late night bar with DJ nights, sports screens, pool tables, cocktail master classes and drinks promotions. The Bunker is the Ballroom’s dedicated space for dance nights and live music.
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