The Victoria & Albert restaurant is located on the banks of the River Irwell, the Manchester Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel exudes a historical charm that appeals to business and leisure travelers. Located across from ITV, adjacent to Spinningfields and a pleasant walk to the Opera House
Rio Ferdinand's plush Italian restaurant and celebrity haunt at the top of Manchester's prestigious King Street in a stunning 116-year-old Grade II listed building has this fantastic offer on a wide selection of favourite dishes including Bocconcini, Pollo Al Granchio and Risotto Funghi.
Probably the biggest food portions in Manchester can be found at this fantastic branch of the legendary chain. Great cocktails, grills and music next door to the MEN Arena and the main shopping district.
Enjoy huge savings at the superb Japanese restaurant in Castlefield, opposite the Museum of Science & Industry. All the theatre style of Teppanyaki cooking, ideal for large parties is matched by a plush separate dining area which offers more intimacy with incredible sushi, sashimi and noodle dishes
Located in the heart of the city, close to the shops and Royal Exchange Theatre, Chaophraya brings a true taste of The Orient to Manchester. Set over two floors, the restaurant is an opulent and special place to dine, offering a wonderful array of authentic Thai dishes prepared in an open kitchen in full view of diners.
Mr Cooper’s House & Garden combines modern touches with the history and heritage of Mr Cooper himself, whose house and famous gardens sat on the site back in 1819. At Mr Cooper’s you will receive great food, cooked with flair and imagination served in unique surroundings by a friendly yet professional team.
Friendly little Thai restaurant in Swinton offering authentic Thai cuisine as found in the north of Thailand. Free car parking is available opposite the restaurant and Swinton train station, just around the corner, offers quick links to Manchester Victoria.
The spectacular new branch from the longest-established restaurant group in Britian, in one of the most impressive dining arenas in Manchester, has this superb prix fixe offer to tempt you in to try their British and European dishes.
Homely British restaurant next to The Royal Exchange Theatre opened by Coronation Street star Jennie McAlpine and partner Chris Farr. 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.
Less than five minutes drive from The Trafford Centre, ten minutes to Old Trafford and just 15 minutes drive away from Manchester city centre, San Giovanni offers a vast array of traditional and contemporary dishes, reflecting the colourful flavours and plentiful nature of Italian dining.
Opened in November 2011, this friendly and unpretentious wine and bread bar in the Northern Quarter offers a simple but delicious European menu of breads, stews, sandwiches, salads and sharing boards. The freshly baked breads are complemented by an eclectic wine selection of over 70 bottles.
The Avenue North, Spinningfields is home to Neighbourhood, a NYC inspired bar and steakhouse. As you step into the industrially styled modern interior you could be forgiven for thinking that you'd been transported from the streets of Manchester to the heart of NYC’s Meatpacking district.
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Welcome to The Splendid Kitchen. This perfect hybrid of the very best of British sausages and American hot dog culture Opened in 2014 close to Albert Square. Playful, fun and innovative, The Splendid Kitchen will keep you smiling all day long.
Enjoy 15% off your total food and drinks bill at the popular informal family-friendly curry house at the start of the Curry Mile in Rusholme. Specialising in sizzlers and Pakistani cuisine, it's a former National Curry Chef Award winner.
Set in a vast 12,000 square foot, semi-industrial space on the first floor of The Avenue North in Spinningfields, Manchester. Think artist's loft studio meets concrete warehouse: stripped back and raw. Showcasing sculptures, murals and art installations.