Pho, pronounced 'fuh', opened in the iconic, and newly renovated, Corn Exchange in the heart of Manchester, just a stone's throw from the Manchester Arena, Royal Exchange Theatre and Manchester Arndale, the restaurant is set across three floors with a mix of cosy booth seating, large tables and benches, or external tables within the amazing central atrium.
Intimate 19 seat Japanese sushi bar next to Manchester Arena. The menu changes daily and features a great selection of seafood, Nigiri and Maki shushi alongside Chirashizushi, tempura and traditional hot plates such as Homemade Kimchi, Crispy Wakame and Sous Vide Belly Pork. Japanese Koshu wines are also available
and bold informal quality restaurant at the 4-star
Park Inn hotel next to the Manchester Arena. With a simple
menu focusing on the top-of-the-range charcoal
grills, signature dishes include rib eye steak,
free range chicken and grilled tiger prawns, as
well as seven different varieties of gourmet burgers
and many local influences
Welcome to the jungle, Take a walk on the wild side, explore legendary party spaces. Go wild in the Groovy Wonderland or unwind in one of our exotic cocktail bars. Discover the wonders of Tiger Tiger Manchester, with 8 uniquely themed rooms, each one brimming with attitude, quirkiness and a sense of mischievous fun.
Situated in the heart of Manchester located within the Printworks. Peachy Keens is dedicated to bringing you an array of delicious foods from across the world complimented by a warm and friendly atmosphere, and are very keen to quickly establishing themselves as a unique dining destination.
The biggest world buffet in Europe, which serves up to a whopping 700 guests at any one time. Located on Deansgate near the Manchester Arena, this plush restaurant opened in May 2011 offering over 300 freshly made dishes from around the world that include Indian, Thai, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Cajun, Tex Mex, Mediterranean, English and more
Whether exploring the eclectic cocktail collection or sampling the culinary delights of the kitchen, unwind amid intimate elegance set to the sound of the legendary baby grand, with the help and expertise of award winning service waiting on you hand and foot.
Very popular New York style bar & restaurant on Tib Street in the Northern Quarter which has been open since 2001. Offering an informal dining approach, the menu features homemade salads, sandwiches, steaks and Sunday roasts, pasta, pies and platters, burgers, BBQ ribs, brownies and traditional American breakfasts
Open daily from 9am Wood Wine and Deli caters for your morning needs with hearty breakfasts, delicious sandwiches for your lunch cravings and cheese & meat platters for the supper delights. Alongside this wood, has over 50+ carefully selected wines for every occasion.
family-friendly pizzeria in the Northern Quarter,
offering great value for money fresh pizzas, made
and proved on site using a special recipe which
includes traditional, whole-wheat, gluten-free
and dairy-free dough bases. As well as pizza,
there's also a range of pasta dishes, lighter
salads and speciality dough sticks
pub and restaurant round the corner from the Manchester Arena, opposite the Arndale Market, which serves
delicious English dishes made with locally sourced
ingredients. Leather sofas, bookshelves, prints
on the walls and lots of dark wood set the tone
Opened in July 2014, this Northern
Quarter favourite, from the same people
Liar's Club, Black
Dog Ballroom, and Dog
Bowl, boasts three floors of rum, ribs, bourbon
and beer, all with a very different feel. If it’s
ribs or a burger and a beer that you are looking for
then grab yourself a seat in the ground floor Rib Joint & Tap
Room. Food is also available in the more sophisticated
First Floor Bar, with its leather sofas and seating-only
policy. Both floors offer great cocktails however,
if you're feeling more Tiki, then head to the top floor
for the Zombie fuelled Liars Loungea.
Homely British restaurant next to The Royal Exchange Theatre opened by Coronation Street star Jennie McAlpine and partner Chris Farr in December 2012. Described as 'The Rovers Return meets The Ivy', the menu offers traditional English food and classic modern dishes, with an emphasis on local Mancunian specialities, alongside afternoon teas.
Huge multi-million pound Indian buffet restaurant and banquet hall on the outskirts of the city centre, just a few minutes walk from the Manchester Arena. Free secure parking and a menu consisting of over 50 dishes with others cooked to order. 100% Halal and no alcohol policy
Family ran restaurant, where the food is an expression of modern French cuisine, using only locally sourced, fresh ingredients. Head Chef Eric Moreau's unique technique, perfected after years of experimentation working at 2 star Michelin restaurants in Paris, involves cooking meats long and low at 63°, making it tender and flavoursome
Family ran restaurant, bar and upmarket tea rooms next to Kendals House Of Fraser. Opened in December 2011, with Rod Francis producing the kind of classic British and French dishes he was famed for previously at Lounge 10. Afternoon teas and Sunday lunches complement the a la carte menu