If you love Spanish cooking, you’re going to love Tinto in Manchester. This Didsbury restaurant boasts a wide range of delicious dishes that will please appetites both big and small. Bring along your friends – the food here is perfect for sharing – and come with an open mind to sample some of the best dishes to come out of Spain. Leave your worries at the door as you dive into paella, tapas and all the beefy goodness on the menu, all served with fabulous wines to match. You’ll find it down Wilmslow Road, not far from Didsbury Park.
The charcoal oven is where the magic happens here at Manchester’s Tinto. This asador is serious about cooking great meat, and believe us when we say the aromas wafting through the air are enough to convince on their own. Order the rubia gallega chuleton a la brasa to taste some of the biggest flavours the restaurant has to offer – that’s chargrilled rib beef steak aged for 45 days and taken from a 10-year-old Galician Blond, a type of cattle that is well known for its high quality meat. It’s perfect for sharing, or you can tackle it alone (we won’t judge!). With Tinto’s signature potatoes on the side, you’re good to go.
But it’s not all about beef at Manchester’s Tinto. This Didsbury restaurant also offers an array of other tasty options including clams in a rich garlic and parsley sauce, traditional Valencian fish with a seafood and potato stew, and the vegetarian parrillada de verduras platter including grilled aubergine, courgette, asparagus, peppers, onion and potato with romesco sauce. Or maybe you’re more of a tapas person? No worries, this Wilmslow Road restaurant has several options ranging from classic tortilla to conejo en tomacat, a rabbit stew in a sauce of tomatoes, peppers and aubergine.
Gorgeous tapas. Amazing wine. Refreshing beer. A taste of Spain in Didsbury.
A wonderful way to start the weekend. Delicious food and excellent service.
Chuleton is a feast to share. Great red wines. Great service and very friendly staff. Good atmosphere. You won't be disappointed at all. So go