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Dishing up Mediterranean delights to hungry Mancunians for years with two restaurants in the city, Rozafa Taverna is the place to go for authentic Greek food in Manchester’s city centre, whether you are craving a kebab or a hearty homemade Greek meal like mousaka. Located right on Princess Street across from the town hall, here you will find a range of traditional Greek and Cypriot recipes, all served up in a vibrant atmosphere.
food is nice but so cold insid when i ask they talk so rude this is my last time to go there
great welcome, great food served in very reasonable time. my gripe - and it was THE ONE - the traditional music played live on guitar and bouzouki, was lovely but it was amplified and so loud that I had to shout across the table to be heard. Worse, when I asked if it could be turned down A BIT, the response I got was that I was expected to get up and dance to it. not good. not listening to the paying customer - is not good. maybe that's why it was only 1/4 full on a Friday evening! I wouldn't dream of taking a date there, very sorry to say. the food was excellent.
Very friendly staff and the food was very very enjoyable,
Full of traditional charm, you could easily mistake this Manchester city centre restaurant for a taverna tucked away down a side street in Greece, and trying the authentic food on offer here will only add to this feeling. In this family-run restaurant, traditional recipes are rustled up in the kitchen by the native Greek chef, and you will find Rozafa Taverna’s menu bursting with choices, from favourites like falafel and kebabs, to lesser known but equally as delicious options.
At Rozafa Taverna, the range of starters on offer is so big that you will probably struggle choosing, but options include dolmadakia – vine leaves stuffed with tender mince meat, rice and fresh herbs, and keftedakia – lamb meatballs with a tomato and wine sauce. Popular main dishes include kleftiko – a mouthwatering leg of lamb that has been delicately roasted for three hours with fresh herbs and white wine, and briam – a Greek casserole dish packed full of delicious vegetables in a tomato and wine sauce. This popular Princess Street restaurant is the place to go to indulge in a piece of the Mediterranean in Manchester city centre, so book a reservation in advance to avoid disappointment.