Manchester House on Bridge Street in Spinningfields is one swanky, cool and refined spot for a meal out with some excellent drinks. Under the helm of Chef Patron Nathanial Tofan, you will find passion in every morsel of food served up at this British eatery. What’s more, the urban yet sophisticated decor by the late designer Aidan Keane makes an excellent setting for your meal with friends, family or that special someone. With a menu that changes regularly based on what locally sourced, fresh ingredients are available, you’ll always be in for a treat at Manchester House. As you can probably tell, this popular spot fills up pretty quickly so advance booking is recommended.
If you are heading to Manchester House for a meal out, you should be very, very excited indeed. Whether it’s for lunch or dinner, this refined eatery is sure to deliver time and time again. We’re talking fine dining without too much fuss, and we just can’t get enough. Situated on Bridge Street in Manchester’s Spinningfields, you will find a traditional menu showcasing the best of British produce with a few creative twists and turns along the way. And while you never know exactly what you may get on the seasonal menu at Manchester House, it will all be downright delicious.
No matter what your budget or the type of occasion, you can be sure to find a menu that fits the bill perfectly at Manchester House Spinningfields. We’re talking tasting menus, seasonal menus, lunch menus and much, much more. To give you an example of some of the creative British dishes on offer, how about some lamb with wild garlic and sweet bread; salmon with wasabi and finger limes or some oysters with caviar and smoked potatoes? Alternatively, perhaps the Halibut with braised leeks, cockles, truffles and artichoke are more to your taste? Look forward to dishes like this and plenty more inbetween at Manchester House.