195 Restaurants in Manchester

Restaurants in Manchester: An Industrial Past

Mancunians are proud of their hard-working heritage and their beautiful, historic city. During the industrial revolution, Manchester took centre stage for its textile manufacturing and cotton production. Much has changed since the industrial days, but Manchester is still a proud city with a great deal to offer. Featuring world-class shopping possibilities, fantastic tourist attractions and sports teams known around the world, Manchester has it all. Manchester restaurants are as diverse as they come and offer something for everyone, from average Joes to high-balling VIPs. Whether you are looking for authentic Chinese food or home-cooked British favourites, Manchester restaurants have plenty of great options for dining in or taking out. Manchester’s got it all: Indian, Japanese, Ethiopian, American and more.

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Fire and Ice

Marple
British££££
Fire and Ice

K Lounge

Centre
Indian££££
K Lounge
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Bacchus

Prestbury
British££££
Bacchus
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Brasserie Abode

City Centre
British££££
Brasserie Abode
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The Grill on New York Street

City Centre
Steakhouse££££
6.0/61
The Grill on New York Street
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Peter Street Kitchen

Spinningfields
Pan Asian££££
Peter Street Kitchen
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Lounge on 12

Spinningfields
Bar££££
Lounge on 12

Nueve Spanish Tapas Bar

Didsbury
Spanish££££
5.5/646
Nueve Spanish Tapas Bar

George's Dining Room and Bar

Worsley
British££££
5.2/6836
George's Dining Room and Bar

Cinnamon Tree

Cheadle Hulme
Indian££££
5.7/634
Cinnamon Tree
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Valentino's

Town Centre
Italian££££
Valentino's

Purple Pakora - Poynton

Poynton
Indian££££
5.8/661
Purple Pakora - Poynton

The Fat Bull

Ashton-in-Makerfield
Steakhouse££££
5.1/6180
The Fat Bull

Bombay Quay

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/6816
Bombay Quay

The Banyan Tree - Ellesmere Street

Castlefield
British££££
5.5/623
The Banyan Tree - Ellesmere Street

Yara

Altrincham
Middle Eastern££££
5.5/615
Yara

Palate

Chorlton-cum-Hardy
British££££
5.8/64
Palate

Braza Persian Restaurant

Centre
Persian££££
5.4/610
Braza Persian Restaurant

Ruchi

Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/61
Ruchi

Relish Tandoori

Town Centre
Bangladeshi££££
6.0/61
Relish Tandoori
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    Best Restaurants in Manchester: Visit Chinatown

    If you can’t seem to get enough Chinese food, Manchester’s very own Chinatown is the second largest in the UK and has all the Chinese specialties you can possibly dream of. Featuring a beautiful Chinese arch, or paifang, over Faulkner Street, this region is as beautiful as it is rich in fantastic cuisine. In addition to having some of the top restaurants in Manchester, this beautiful region has a number of great independent grocery stores, lovely gift shops and upscale boutiques. Home to a vibrant Chinese community, you’ll find authentic cuisines represented from all over China. If you like your food spicy, there are a number of restaurants in Manchester that specialise in Sichuan cuisine, which is known for utilising garlic and red chillies alongside a special Sichuan peppercorn.
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    Places to Eat in Manchester: Gastropubs

    Some of the best eateries in Manchester are actually disguised as taverns and pubs. Serving up more than just fish and chips, you’ll find some seriously gourmet eats in these happening Manchester restaurants. Here you’ll find freshly tapped craft beers served alongside unique pub cuisine that is both affordable and delicious. Some of these hip gastropubs even have their own gardens where produce is grown to use for the various dishes on offer. If you love authentic ale, these pubs usually have a number of fantastic brews on offer, which are perfect for drinking after a hard day on the job. Looking for English classics like bangers and mash or shepherd’s pie? You can find low-key British cuisine made authentically at these beloved eateries in Manchester, and you don’t need to pay an arm and a leg!
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    Best Restaurants in Manchester: Foodie Overload

    Manchester, like London, has a foodie scene that is growing as fast as you can say organic juice bar. Chock-full of brand new restaurant ideas and creations, Manchester has seen a great deal of creative restaurants popping up in the last few years. Vegetarian and vegan restaurants are rising in popularity and not just with herbivores! Gourmet pizzas and hand-made mini burger sliders are also becoming increasingly popular in Manchester, and you’ll find plenty of foodie hotspots serving up Tex-Mex specialties like burritos and quesadillas filled with only the finest ingredients. Restaurants in Manchester are truly world-class, and with the foodie scene continuing to skyrocket in popularity, it’s easier than ever to find great restaurants serving unique gourmet specialties and artfully prepared foodie favourites.
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    Where to Eat in Manchester: In Sports Paradise

    Any football fan should know a thing or two about one of the world’s most famous teams, Manchester United. Formed in 1878 in metropolitan Manchester, this team is both loved and hated throughout the world. Mancunians take football very seriously, and you’ll see fans proudly sporting their jerseys from Chile to Japan. If you’re a super fan, you’ll find plenty of places to sport your colours including in plenty of bars and restaurants in Manchester. The food will likely be typical pub fare, but who is saying that’s a bad thing? No one! Enjoy a giant plate of fish and chips as you watch the game and knock a couple back. There’s even a Manchester United theme café that stays open for fans seven days a week. You don’t have to be a huge fan to take part in the fun. Just ease up and enjoy the comradery!
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    Manchester Restaurants: Always Book Online

    Whether you are in Manchester just for a visit or you’ve lived there your entire life, it is important to know that restaurants fill up relatively quickly, while others don’t even accept walk-ins. For this reason, we recommend that you book your table online ahead of time with Quandoo. Simply create a free account, then begin searching for the Manchester restaurants that fit best to your budget or tastes. Book online using the website, or even simpler, with the mobile app, and you’ll never miss out on seats at your favourite restaurants in Manchester again. Best of all, each time you reserve online with Quandoo, you’ll earn loyalty points that you can trade in for a voucher to use in some of your favourite places to eat in Manchester! Sign up for free today to begin your dining adventure with Quandoo.