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.
Mackie Mayor, 1 Eagle Street, Manchester, M4 5BU
A Grade II listed market building in the Northern Quarter, reopened after a huge refurbishment.
Look outside Chinatown and you’ll find everything from little backstreet haunts, to celebrity-packed multi-million-pound mega-restaurants. The one thing they have in common is excellent food. Here are the city’s best five Chinese restaurants outside of Chinatown!