The out-of-this-world £4.5 million Thai influenced Asian fusion restaurant near the City Of Manchester Stadium, just 10 mins taxi ride from Piccadilly Station, is the most spectacular restaurant and bar to have ever opened in Manchester!
Voted "Favourite Restaurant" by our 75,000 members in both the 2009 & 2010 Pride Of Manchester Awards, the multi-award winning Thai restaurant on Chapel Walks in the city centre has recently undergone an expensive refurbishment including the installation of a stunning £10,000 jelly fish tank
Celebrity chef Norman Musa's beautifully decorated Malaysian restaurant in the Northern Quarter has a focus on South East Asian specialities. The food is fresh, halal and MSG-free with more than half of the available dishes vegetarian or vegan.
The biggest world buffet in Europe, which serves up to a whopping 700 guests at any one time. Located on Deansgate near the MEN Arena and the shops, this plush restaurant opened in May 2011 offering over 300 freshly made dishes from around the world that include Thai, Indian, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Cajun, Mediterranean, Tex Mex, English and more
Authentic Thai restaurant situated on the edge of Chinatown, just off Portland Street. Fusing authentic eastern ambience with colonial grandeur, subtle colours and a peaceful intimate atmosphere are offset with huge ornate pillars. The food is authentic and Thai cookery schools are also available.
~ 6 mins walk to Swinton station (14 mins journey to Manchester Victoria) ~
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.
Located on the Avenue in Spinningfields, THAIKHUN is an exciting new casual dining experience from the owners of Chaophraya Thai Restaurant group. The interior is authentic, offering an interactive dining experience with open kitchens and traditionally rustic surroundings.