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Manchester’s premier spot for tapas, drinks, good times and great events, Lusitano brings Portuguese hospitality to city dwellers looking to relax, eat and enjoy life. Situated on Wilbraham Road in Chorlton-Cum-Hardy, close to Chorlton tram station, this Portuguese restaurant is a hotspot for diners who love to share, converse, and drink with friends and family. And, open every day of the week, you’ll find yourself heading over to Lusitano as often as you can.
Close to Longford Park and Turn Moss Playing Fields, Lusitano on Wilbraham Road in Chorlton-Cum-Hardy has become one of city’s go-to places for locals to wine and dine, Portuguese-style. Lusitano takes its name from Lusitania, the ancient land that covered what is now Spain and Portugal – paying tribute to the cuisines of this region, the folks behind Lusitano aim to use time-honoured recipes and cooking skills that have been passed down from generation to generation. Featuring a bright, sunny interior decor, with plenty of rustic touches, the restaurant provides a great escape from cloudy Manchester days.
Tapas fans, get ready to jump for joy! Lusitano in Manchester’s Chorlton-Cum-Hardy is about to become your favourite restaurant. Sample meaty small plates like croquetas de presunto (smoked ham croquettes), pimento recheado (peppers stuffed with minced beef and rice then topped with cheese) and costoletas (grilled lamb chops marinated in mint, rosemary, lemon or garlic). Or go for hefty mains such as polvo malandro (octopus with rice and vegetables) or bitoque imperial (sirloin steak with fried eggs, pickles, rice, salad and chips), then finish with a decadent chocolate mousse dessert. Ready to fiesta? Reserve now.