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The Vine Brasserie is a brand spanking new French restaurant on Bury New Road in Whitefield, just a short drive from Manchester. This smart yet casual brasserie is a welcome addition to the Whitefield dining scene, offering diners a location for coffee, lunch, dinner or just a glass of wine accompanied by some small plates. Whether you’re popping in for a coffee and some of their delicious homemade desserts or if you’re planning a special celebration with friends and family, The Vine Brasserie’s cool interior and brilliant staff make it an obvious choice. Advance booking is recommended, so get ahead of the posse and reserve a spot today!
The roast dinner was very good we had expected a full alacart menu so it wasn't our first choice.We will go back maybe on a Saturday
Lovely food great staff well worth a visit, definitely recommend to my friends and family, nothing is too much trouble, always happy to help you thanks
Restaurant was very quiet, not really any atmosphere, very disappointed with food,rib eye steak was more fat than meat,very limited menu. Won’t be rushing back.
There’s a new kid on the block on Whitefield’s Bury New Road, and it goes by the name of The Vine Brasserie. This French eatery is the first establishment from Levent Bilgic, a restaurant manager who learned all there is to know at restaurants like Juniper and Heathcotes before setting his sights on a venture of his own. Using only the finest and freshest locally sourced ingredients, the food at The Vine Brasserie will certainly appeal to locals and visitors alike. If you’re heading to this Whitefield restaurant for a spot of lunch, you can expect to encounter dishes such as the grilled Reuben sandwich with pastrami, Russian dressing, sauerkraut and comte cheese, ham hock baguettes with apple, watercress and French mustard or crayfish and avocado flatbread with crème fraiche, spring onions and parsley on the menu.
The Vine Brasserie have an excellent selection of small plates as well as charcuterie boards for those who don’t mind sharing their food. If you prefer your very own main course, however, choose from dishes such as braised beef with creamy mash and kale, confit duck leg with choucroute and kirsch cherries or mussels in cider cream with fennel, chilli and spring onions at this Whitefield spot. As you can see you’ll be in very good hands at The Vine Brasserie in Whitefield, so you’d better start planning your visit there immediately!