Brasserie Abode Manchester is an outstanding restaurant in the city centre that’s located along Piccadilly. First and foremost, you’ll need to bring your appetite to this charming spot, because the food at Brasserie Abode is too good to be true and you’ll be wanting to try it all. Here, an all-day menu puts generosity and value at its core, meaning that whilst Brasserie Abode Manchester is sophisticated, there is no pretence. Food – particularly the plats du jour – is comforting, wholesome, and gives a nostalgic nod to time-honoured British cooking. Dine at Brasserie Abode Manchester for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner or drinks, then, of course, a roast is available on Sunday as well as glorious afternoon tea. Reservations at Brasserie Abode Manchester are essential.
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Waited too long to get first drink from waitress , pretty slow performance from all staff considering only ten people in restaurant .table next to me waited two hours and then food came cold so left and they where residents. Very poor
The restaurant would have been nice if the had more than one waiter on the whole floor. I had to wait for a while to make a request so I felt he was strained so he wasn't capable of giving his best.
We ate early and unsurprisingly, we were the only people in the restaurant for the first hour or so but this did not spoil our experience and we very much enjoyed the food. The restaurant itself was very cold and we mentioned this to the member of staff who served us. However, it did not get any warmer.