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Top Restaurants in Manchester

Andrew Bartlett by Andrew Bartlett

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Top Restaurants in Manchester

Manchester is home to some of the best restaurants in the entire country. From michelin-starred cuisine to tasty and affordable light bites, there is a huge selection available to suit all appetites.

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Grafene

About

A dining experience at Grafene is sure to be alike no other. It’s a relaxed venue where diners can enjoy brunch or a light snack prepared by the restaurant (which is headed by Head Chef Stephen Moore) or even one of their scientific-inspired cocktails.

What's on the menu?

With delicious British cuisine being their speciality, you can expect a unique tasting menu featuring seasonal produce sourced from local suppliers. The menu is ever-changing according to the season, but our favourites are honey-glazed duck breast or torched mackerel.

Location

55 King Street, Manchester


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La Bandera

About

La Bandera is home to the most authentic Spanish cuisine in Manchester. It’s an incredibly friendly restaurant with unrivalled, exceptional service. It’s definitely not your stereotypical tapas bar – the restaurant is light, bright and beautifully designed.

What’s on the menu?

Their core values lie in producing fresh, simple and delicious food using local ingredients inspired by Spain’s traditional tapas dishes. Our favourites are the Spanish Pinxto, which changes daily, and squid ink croquettes.

Location

2 Ridgefield, Manchester

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Vermilion

About

Vermillion offers a chic and decadent experience inspired by luxurious hotels from across the globe, specifically Asia. As well as a Thai and Indian restaurant, there is a cocktail lounge and 4 further event spaces, spread across a total of 6 floors.

What’s on the menu?

Only the freshest and highest-quality ingredients are featured on Vermillion’s menu. The menu features an array of Asian fusion dishes featuring exotic flavours, such as tandoori seabass and prawn bhuna.

Location

Vermilion, Lord North Street / Hulme Hall Lane, Sport City, Manchester


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Menagerie

About

Indulge your appetite in experimental food and delicious cocktails at Menagerie, a stylish and incredibly popular bar and restaurant in Spinningfields. The exotic interior will take your dining experience to a new level. At the weekend, the restaurant comes alive with a catwalk for performers and live entertainment.

What’s on the menu?

The restaurant offers a wide selection of food, varying from brunch to light lunch bites. Our favourites are the tapas-style sharing dishes, such as chicken and waffles, mac ‘n cheese and mini tacos.

Location

Ground Floor, One New Bailey, Salford, Manchester


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Tattu

About

Taking it’s inspiration from Asia, this sophisticated and beautifully-designed restaurant offers a modern and sensory take on Chinese cuisine. With a cherry blossom tree at the heart of the restaurant, there is a Romantic feel made even more special by the attentiveness of the staff.

What’s on the menu?

The food at Tattu matches the remarkable space and the menu certainly isn’t limited! Our favourites are the duck and watermelon salad and beef fillet with caramel soy.

Location

4 Hardman Square, Gartside St, Manchester


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