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Foodies out exploring the possibilities in southern Manchester and Sale locals have reason to rejoice now that Linguine has joined the fray. Offering superb Italian cuisine that promises to please purists and jaded connoisseurs alike (and at affordable prices, too), Linguine’s Northenden Road restaurant matches its food and drinks menu with a good-looking place to dine. Perfect for a casual meal or a big celebration, reserve your tables at Linguine now.
We both had a steak with a cream peppercorn and brandy sauce, which were cooked to perfection the space was fabulous , the vegetables perfectly cooked and the service was both friendly and efficient. We had gone to rest the place out with a view to having a family occasion there, we booked for a party of 10 based on what we saw and what we had. The owner has promised us he will make us a tiramisu for our party. We love this restaurant.
Food is top quality and the staff there are very friendly and welcoming. Fastly become our favourite restaurant in Sale. Value is terrific as well, 2 course meal and bottle of wine for 2 for under £50!
The tastiest food in Sale in my opinion! All the staff are lovely & very welcoming. It's always mine & my partner's go-to restaurant for date night :)
Always a joy, Linguine’s zuppa del giorno is also always vegetarian and a great place to start your meal at this new Italian restaurant in Sale, south of Manchester. The house king prawns are also a winner, sauteed in garlic, chilli butter and dressed with a lemon sauce. Keeping the fresh seafood theme going, indulge in some fresh mussels cooked in a rustic chilli and tomato sauce, or go for the smoked Scottish salmon with pink peppercorns and dill. If you’re here at Linguine’s Northenden Road restaurant with a larger group, go for the antipasto misto platter, loaded with Italian meats and cheeses, grilled Mediterranean vegetables, served with salad and freshly baked bread.
The main event at the latest addition to Sale’s clutch of quality restaurants is just as authentic and simply composed, with a long list of pasta and risotto dishes regional character that puts similar Italian restaurants in Greater Manchester to shame. Linguine’s namesake pasta comes in two forms: the Altino combines king prawns, cherry tomatoes, fresh chilli, olives and capers, while the linguine al granchio uses crab meat, spring onions, ginger, sundried tomatoes for a robust, piquant dish. Capping it all off, pizza, chicken, fish and meat dishes round out Linguine’s comprehensive offering.