Manchester is a long way from Milan – whether geographically, culturally, linguistically, culinarily...we could go on. At least their two football teams play in red and blue, to make people feel more secure, plus it does rain more in Milan than most people think it does. In Hyde they have Paglicacci Restaurant, a restaurant that makes the some thousand miles, the difference between opera and Oasis, Milanese and Manc, pizza and pies seem like a small hop, with an Italian menu that is as authentic as it is expansive. You can find them on Market Street – Strado di Marche, if you will – in Hyde, just a short walk from the Hydo Centrale train station, so head on over and try some of their pastas, pizzas and other Italian specialities. Remember to book a table though, as they can get very busy.
Never disappointed whenever I have eaten here. Fabulous food and attentive staff. Had a fillet steak medium rare which was cooked to perfection. Myself and both companions rate this place as one of the best restaurants in the area.
Food was of an excellent quality. I had pasta with salmon and my son had a calzone pizza. We were treated quickly and efficiently and we both thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
This is a lovely restaurant, enhanced by a beautiful grand piano which instantly creates a wonderful atmosphere. During our visit there was tasteful background music being played at just the right volume. We had a comfortable corner table and waiters were attentive and anxious to please. The menu is comprehensive and there is food for all tastes. As a pescatarian I sometimes find it difficult to find a suitable meal, but here I was spoiled for choice. There is food for all budgets, from the humble pizza and pasta to more sophisticated meat and fish dishes. The house red wine was delicious and our food very good. This was a very good experience