A taste of the north west – and the world!
Top-end fine dining, adventurous independents and a great range of ethnic cuisine means you’ll never go hungry here.
Albert’s Shed delivers quality food to local customers at a reasonable price in a sharp, modern space with friendly, unpretentious service. The menu is British with some additional favourites from Italy and around the globe.
This infamous burger joint creates mouthwatering masterpieces. With toppings like slow-cooked BBQ pork and burger names like “Everyone’s got a gun in Texas” you’ll be pleased you discovered this Manchester legend.
At Australasia, Australian cuisine combines Pacific Rim flavours with European cooking tradition, a blend of Indonesian, Southeast Asian influences and Australia’s strong ties with Japan also help determine the taste.
Bagel Nash are committed to producing only the healthiest and freshest bakery products. They are as much concerned about how the products taste and look, as they are about their nutritional value and wholesomeness.
A critically-acclaimed ‘beer & Indian’, Bundobust is a stone’s throw from the city’s independent Northern Quarter. With an award-winning recipe for success, it is quickly ranking as one of the city’s best casual dining restaurants.
Cafe Football was all inspired by good, honest food which brings people together, whether in the stands or at home. Football fans and foodies alike can appreciate the diverse, well-rounded menu with some subtle nods to the game.
Chaophraya is a truly special place to dine. With their renowned open kitchen and sunken seated private dining table, guests can get a true taste of Thailand complete with first class service and a bustling atmosphere.
Cloud 23 Bar
Cloud 23 is more than just a bar, it’s a unique venue where you dress to impress in smart and stylish wear. Find your silver lining with the finest champagnes, signature cocktails, decadent afternoon tea, and panoramic city views.
Crazy Wendy’s Thai Restaurant and Bar offers a unique dining experience. On Fridays and Saturdays your hostess, Crazy Wendy, entertains her guests with her unique renditions of classic songs from Shirley Bassey and Elvis.
Directors Box has the ability to show four different sporting events at the same time, offering unrivalled sports coverage. Add to this the great venue, service, food menu and drinks list, it is the go-to Sports bar in Manchester.
Award-winning restaurant Don Giovanni is the oldest independently-owned Italian in Manchester. It has been proudly been serving fresh, high-quality authentic Italian meals to the people of Manchester for over 30 years.
Dough Pizza Kitchen
Dough Pizza Kitchen strives to push the boundaries with their creative pizzas. Everything on the menu made completely from scratch by dough chefs who are continuously playing with their recipes and toying with new ideas.
Duke’s 92 is set in what was originally a stable block for the horses. From these humble beginnings the building now home to Manchester’s original bar and grill which has been refurbished and extended three times.
Never compromising on quality or varying too far from the authenticity of its Punjabi origins is the key to eastZeast’s success. it offers a balance of top quality Indian food within the relaxed and elegant surroundings.
Electrik is an independent café bar offering high quality food, drink and service in intimate and down to earth surroundings. They have an impressive selection of beers and ales from across the globe and an extensive wine list.
Fahrenheit is a stylish, city centre restaurant in the heart of Genting Club Manchester, which offers culinary delights freshly prepared by a team of skilled chefs. There is an extensive menu, wine list on offer here.
In Southern Brazil, herds of cattle graze vast pastures, providing Brazil with meats for the famous churrasco barbecues – a century old gaúcho tradition. Fazenda are bringing their roots and traditions to Manchester.
Gaucho is a majestic, multi-level Argentine restaurant and cocktail bar set inside an old Methodist church. The men is sourced using the finest grass-fed beef in the world from Argentina, along with many other specialities.
Grand Pacific combines modern Australian cuisine and Pacific Rim flavours along with a wealth of delicious cocktails. With a canopied outdoor garden, Grand Pacific offers a lighter side of the Australasia experience.
Hard Rock Cafe
The Hard Rock Cafe will inspire your taste buds to greatness with delicious food, signature cocktails, and the hottest live entertainment. Take a stroll through musical history with iconic pieces of rockin’ memorabilia.
Hawksmoor’s aim is to serve the best steaks in Manchester, nowhere else that combines steaks of this quality with drinks of this calibre. The interior is true to the building and features lots of reclaimed materials from the era.
Home Sweet Home
With thick fluffy buttermilk pancakes the size of a table top, a menu of benedicts, hashes and prosecco on draught, this is the place go to for the best breakfast in town. Want to slay on the social? Order a cakeshake on the side!
Ibérica brings only the very best in Spanish gastronomy, wine and culture. Guests will consistently experience the passion and expertise of head chef Nacho Manzano, who has an impressive 3 Michelin stars to his name.
Luck Lust Liquor & Burn
Luck Lust Liquor & Burn brings bold exciting Californian-style Mexican food to theNorthern Quarter. With a range of bottled and canned craft beers as well as eight on tap, the cocktail menu boasts bold and zingy fresh fruit flavours.
Miller & Carter
Miller & Carter know a thing or two about steak. Once you’ve tasted their hand-cut, 30-day aged British steaks, you’ll soon learn to appreciate the care of the farmers, the exacting standards of the butchers and the passion of their chefs.
Mr Cooper’s believes in good food, cooked with flair and imagination and served in unique surroundings by a friendly yet professional team. The restaurant aims to be technically perfect with minimum fuss.
A New York eatery and bar inspired by Manhattan’s definitive neighbourhoods, Neighbourhood host their unique take on casual fine dining, luxury ingredients and industrial chic aesthetics in the heart of Spinningfields.
Ning is a Malaysian restaurant that serves fresh, authentic and award-winning Halal food with their twist of style and individuality. Set in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, it is home to Europe’s leading Malaysian chef.
Peachy Keens, in The Printworks, offers something for everyone and with the 7 live cooking stations where guests can ask chefs to make fresh food to their taste makes the dining experience so much more enjoyable.
Pie & Ale
Freshly baked pies served with award winning real ales and craft beers. Pie & Ale serves a selection of pie options from traditional 3 cheese and creamed leek or steak and ale to a more exotic range including crocodile, horse and zebra.
Salut Wines brings a Mancunian no-nonsense attitude to wine drinking. Good company, good wine and food, there’s nothing better, except having all that in a great space with excellent service, and that’s the idea behind Salut.
No themes, and based on authentic modern Italy, San Carlo provides the very best in true Italian dining. The chic decor at San Carlo is the perfect setting for intimate evening meals and cocktails and light bites with friends and family.
Scene Indian Street Kitchen
The dishes offered at Scene Indian Street Kitchen are inspired by the street food vendors of India, Pakistan and Southern Asia and the aim is for customers to feel like they have been transported to these foreign shores.
Sugar Junction is a cafe that was born from a passion of baking, a love for good wholesome food, excellent coffee, beautiful tea, enthusiasm for beautifully unique drinks and of course, a love for everything vintage.
Tattu is a unique and fashionable Chinese restaurant. With slick surroundings and a kitchen team sourced from some of London’s most acclaimed restaurants, the split level venue serves a modern twist on Chinese food.
Teacup Kitchen is an award winning restaurant and cafe offering delicious breakfasts, lunches and evening meals alongside a menagerie of cakes and sweet treats, all crafted from organic and fairtrade produce where possible.
TGI Fridays are famous for their pride, passion and personality. So along with mouth-watering food and tempting drinks, the restaurant brings fun, friendliness and an extra large helping of good vibes to the table.
Aviation enthusiasts will love watching the planes take off and land from the beer garden overlooking the runway which is only 50 feet away. Children can experience a journey like no other as they watch the aeroplanes.
The Alchemist is a gem of a place, open from first thing for breakfast and coffee on into the evening for dinner and drinks. Wide open windows magically sparkle at night and there is a pretty year round outdoor terrace.
The Blue Pig
The Blue Pig’s menu includes a mouth-watering steak selection including hanger, sirloin, rump, t-bone and wild boar. The legendary burgers and sharing boards make an appearance and vegetarians can also indulge here.
The Botanist has concept like no other, offering world-famous selection of botanical cocktails, craft beers and ales, Champagne and wine. Food is inspired by the deli, rotisserie and BBQ. There is also live music every night.
The Laundrette’s interior with exposed brick walls and rustic woodwork creates a comfortable environment for cocktail fuelled evenings. Meanwhile, the outdoor dining area is the perfect spot for excellent, home cooked food.
The Lawn Club
The Lawn Club is a quintessentially British retreat in the heart of the city, an English garden oasis amongst the towering glass structures. It serves premium, locally sourced, seasonal food cooked by acclaimed chef David Gale.
The Oast House
Food is inspired by the deli, rotisserie and BBQ, The Oast House is avintage escape from the ‘high-street’ pub, with live acoustic music every night, a wide selection of drinks and a whole host of outdoor events.
Umezushi is a relaxed, intimate sushi bar offering an unparalleled dining experience through fresh, inspired creations. Skilled chefs are always striving to push the boundaries of the menu in innovative ways, to excite your palate.
A little ginger to warm you up. Chillis that kick. Noodles to nourish the body and soul. Wagamama’s Japanese inspired menu has been created to soothe, nourish, sustain and inspire. There’s an extensive range of drinks on offer, too.
Waxy O’Connor’s is a unique pub that has a labyrinth of three bars covering four levels that are linked together by a maze of passages (and of course the 500 year old Waxy tree). It is the ideal venue, whatever the occasion.
Wing’s is one of the very few 5 star restaurants in Manchester city centre. It offers the finest Cantonese cuisine and a large range of wines from around the world in a plush and comfortable environment.
Dishes are prepared fresh with the finest ingredients, right in front of you and placed on the conveyor belt for your personal selection. Plates are priced by colour, and have more than 75 Japanese inspired dishes on the menu.