About Harvey's Bar & Brasserie
The Manchester dining scene is among the best in the country, and the diversity found therein has long been recognised as one of its key strengths. Whether one choose to head for an Indian on the Curry Mile, an Asian buffet in the city centre Chinatown, one of the city’s amazing Italians or a classic British pub, you’re going to be spoiled for choice. One such entrance to the British bar canon is Harveys Bar & Restaurant on Beech Road in Chorlton, where they combine classic techniques with fresh local ingredients and international dishes, all in an ambience that features works by local artists and a friendly staff who are all too happy to greet you, seat you at a table and then provide you with the very best that comes out of the kitchen. Book a table now and wander over to Harveys in Chorlton.
- Monday 12:00 - 23:00
- Tuesday 12:00 - 23:00
- Wednesday 12:00 - 23:00
- Thursday 12:00 - 23:00
- Friday 12:00 - 23:00
- Saturday 12:00 - 23:00
- Sunday 12:00 - 23:00
Chorlton is known as one of the trendiest and most desireable areas of Manchester, and among the biggest strings in the bow of the district is the superb standard of restaurants. The latest addition to the dining scene is Harveys Bar & Brasserie on Beech Road in the centre of Chorlton, where they bring local ingredients to international dishes to the leafy surrounds of south Manchester. They boast industrial chic decor and murals from local artists, as well as a repertoire of classic British dishes and specialities from around the world, allowing for creativity in both the decor and the kitchen, so head on in and try them out.
You can start your meal with a steaming bowl of Scottish mussels in a cider cream sauce, accompanied by sourdough bread, followed by a Northern classic – steak and onion suet pudding with all the trimmings of mash and cabbage – or an international delicacy of Mojito chicken, marinated for a whole 24 hours in the deconstructed elements of the famed rum cocktail. Come on over to Beech Road for one of the best new bars in Chorlton, if not the whole of Manchester, for a memorable meal at Harveys Bar & Brasserie.
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The food was great. The staff were very helpful and friendly. We would definitely recommend this restaurant and we will be visiting in the future.
Very friendly, attentive and helpful staff. There were 4 in my group and everyone enjoyed the food they had ordered, we all ordered different dishes.
Lovely roast . Great topside beef and kids options good value. Service pleasant and friendly but maybe staff needs bit more trading and direction. Overall really good though.
A huge selection of gins available from an already impressive drinks menu. They play it safe with the vegetarian meal options, and there wasn't a big selection to choose from, however the prices were fair for what's on offer. The staff were very friendly, and service was great. If I lived locally I think this would be one of my regular haunts.
The setting was nice but unfortunately it wasn't very busy and not lively enough for a Thursday night. The food and wine were good but expensive. The portions for the starters were small for the price... Friendly staff but some of them a bit inexperienced.
Nice food and fairly priced for Beach Road area. Nice friendly staff, enjoyable evening and didn't feel rushed. Could do with heating in toilet, that's my only moan
Fabulous family meal for my birthday loved it all great food in a great venue with great service. I couldn't have asked for anymore. Thank you.
Quirky, great food. Good beer. That is all. Why is there a minimum word count? I have nothing more useful to say. Blah blah blah.
Considering how busy the restaurant was (bonfire night) the staff coped admirably and the fish & chips was truly stunning! Would definitely return and recommend.
The roast beef is always very rare! But otherwise a very enjoyable experience always nice, quiet, chilled. Good range of drinks - alcoholic and non alcoholic!
I understand Saturday's (and it was 5th Nov) are very busy but to wait 15 mins to order a drink and people before us had waited longer we decided to find another restaurant . Only two young staff serving and it was quite a disappointing experience. Disorganised and I wouldn't go again Ina busy peak time . We ended up dining at Olive and Thyme further down the road and I can fully recommend it !