Outside of London, you’d be hard-pressed to find a city containing a better range of food and drink choices than Manchester. From the repurposed cotton mills of the Northern Quarter to fine dining restaurants in the city’s new cultural district, we’ve got the lot – and all within walking distance of each other. These are just some of the highlights of the food and drink in Manchester. An ever-growing food scene, boasting everything from hearty British cuisine, to fiery Indian food to delicately prepared sushi.
Randall & Aubin Manchester, 64 Bridge St, Manchester, M3 3BN - Visit now
Manchester’s only high-end seafood restaurant and oyster bar. The follow-up to the hugely successful original Soho venture.
Enjoy some of their finest dishes at a bargain price (just £12.50 for a meal and drink from 12 noon to 7 pm). The courses on offer change on a daily basis, taking in everything from roast pork belly to chicken kiev, with a marvellous fish stew available on Fridays. It’s hard to think of a better deal in the city when it comes to quality and price.
Mackie Mayor, 1 Eagle Street, Manchester, M4 5BU
A Grade II listed market building in the Northern Quarter, reopened after a huge refurbishment.
The French, The Midland Hotel, Peter Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M20 2DS - Visit now
The French is one of Manchester’s most highly regarded restaurants. Head chef Adam Reid has a real grasp on what makes Manchester tick. A less fussy, more relaxed, and, at times, gloriously silly restaurant.
Here are some of the best Manchester restaurants that are continuing the Eat Out To Help Out discount scheme throughout September.
Looking for online cooking classes and demonstrations in Manchester from the city’s best chefs and restaurants? Here are some of the best available from Youtube, Instagram, Facebook and more.
Restaurants vouchers are a key way for Manchester venues to keep ticking over until they can reopen, as well as providing a promise to attend once lockdown is over. Here are some of the city’s best.
It’s the March edition of the Food and Drink Guide to Manchester and the North and things are slowly starting to feel more promising. Spring is here, the weather is mostly warming up and in just a few weeks we’ll be allowed to eat and drink outside at venues with outside space.