Please note: For bookings of 6 or more people, please call the restaurant directly on 0161 428 5544.
In pretty Cheadle village in Stockport, Turquoise is making a name for itself as the home of superior Mediterranean food in Manchester's outskirts. The team at Turquoise work hard to keep the food fresh, interesting and modern and pair their smart menu with a contemporary dining and bar atmosphere that is already hugely popular with the village’s devoted locals. Find Turquoise Cheadle Cafe Bar and Restaurant along the High Street where the turquoise waters of the Med lap onshore in Greater Manchester.
Lovely food and great service...really nice staff too. All freshly cooked and great choice. The starters were delicious...hot and cold meze...absolutely delicious. Many Thanks to you all! X
We’ve eaten here a number of times. The food is excellent as are the staff. The humus and Turquoise Lamb is the best on the menu according to my wife. It’s her favourite restaurant. They also use paper straws - we haven’t seen this in any other place. WELL DONE TURQUOISE!
Cracking food and drink and a great place to eat, I’d recommend this to anyone who loves Mediterranean type food and drink. Definitely worth a go.
The first thing that strikes visitors to Cheadle village’s Turquoise Cheadle Cafe Bar and Restaurant, apart from the chicly appointed interior of course, is that the menu has something for everyone. Mediterranean cuisine is an all-encompassing style of cooking which runs across delicate seafood dishes, light breads and dips, meaty grills and pasta-led dishes. As such, Turquoise is well placed for big group occasions and family events where the menu needs to please everyone. For a bumper menu of Mediterranean classics in Greater Manchester, Turquoise is the obvious choice.
Having settled on Turquoise Cheadle Cafe Bar and Restaurant as the destination of choice for the next big group dinner or romantic rendezvous for two, you can expect a warm welcome and a knowledgeable staff on hand to help you get the most from the kitchen’s generous offering. For those with a penchant for seafood, the salmon, pan fried with butter, cherry tomatoes and dill and served with Mediterranean vegetables would be our choice. For Cheadle village High Street diners looking for something more unusual the Turkish iskender kebab offers a different kind of Med food. We recommend a reservation, particular for weekend dining – this place gets busy.