Located underneath the Armani store in Spinningfields, on Deansgate. Serving modern Australian cuisine underpinned by European cooking tradition, a blend of Indonesian, Southeast Asian influences and Australia's strong ties with Japan also help determine the taste and style.
Situated in the heart of the new 'Italian Quarter' on Booth Street between Albert Square, and prestigious King Street. Serving Classic Italian dishes such as Spazattino D'Agenello and Bruschetta Di Buffalo are executed with style and flair and sit alongside dishes that have been given a modern twist.
Formally No.15 Wine Bar, The Botanist offers a range of British and International dishes with a well stocked cellar of cask-conditioned ales, more than 70 bottled beers and ciders from around the world, a selection of finest Champagnes and an intriguing cocktail menu.
Wonderful 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.
The French strikes the perfect balance between heritage and progressive cuisine. While the restaurant is steeped in history, the current menu offers modern British food that delivers consistently excellent flavours by using the best seasonal produce and the very latest technological advances.
Grand Pacific is an extension of Australasia - a contemporary colonial oasis in the heart of Spinningfields. Combining modern Australian cuisine and Pacific Rim flavours with a wealth of delicious cocktails, Grand Pacific offers a lighter side of the Australasia experience.
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.
Offering an unrivalled environment of cutting edge design, the Second Floor at Harvey Nichols Manchester is the city's ultimate dining destination. Whether it's simply for a light lunch or a delicious dinner, the Second Floor Brasserie offers an informal, relaxed atmosphere to dine in.
The informal restaurant in the heart of Lammars, the Pride Of Manchester Award winning Best Bar In Manchester 2009 & 2010, offers tapas to share, burgers and beer battered fish & chips from lunchtime until the bar closes. With stylish red velvet booths and low lighting, it's a relaxing place to eat early doors and perfect for those who want to mix dining and partying later on.
Lucha Libre a modern Mexican street food restaurant and bar has come to Manchester to open its second branch after taking Liverpool by storm in 2012. No donkeys, sombreros or deep-fried Tex-Mex dishes. Food cooked with lots of love, full of flavor, with great drinks & music to match.
Manchester House is different and unique because of two things…two stunning, independently different experiences bound together and working brilliantly almost because they’re not meant to. The Lounge on 12 has the look and feel of a house party in a movie stars pad while The Restaurant on 2 has the eccentric energy of a giant dinner party on some crazy film set.
Impressive Chinese restaurant with smart modern decor, just a short walk from the Gay Village and Piccadilly Station, whilst also being within walking distance of Chinatown. Very popular with Chinese students, the extensive menu with over 350 dishes specialises in Szechuan and Hunan cuisines with big, bold flavours and lots of spice.
Montpellier's Cafe & Bar is set in the heart of the Northern Quarter offering a wide range of French cafe style cuisine in relaxed surroundings. Set over two floors Montpellier's offers an extensive range of wines, draught beers, and an ever changing cocktail menu .
Nawaab Manchester has been a resounding success since it's opening in January 2002. With elegant surroundings throughout, a warm friendly atmosphere, helpful waiting staff, and award winning cuisine. It's no surprise that Nawaab are the North's "Curry Kings".
Situated in the heart of the cosmopolitan Spinningfields, The Oast House is the perfect setting for anyone looking sip Champagne and guzzle beers from a vast seasonal selection of a well-stocked cellar that caters for all tastes.
The fantastic family-friendly Italian pizza restaurant just off Deansgate, just around the corner from the Town Hall and Manchester Opera House. From the same group as Gusto, Grill On The Alley and The Alchemist.