Building on the successes of associated Manchester restaurant ventures Southern Eleven and Neighbourhood, Victor’s brings the village of Hale the kind of relaxed but refined dining experience that harried but well-heeled New Yorkers head to the Hampton’s for each lugubriously long weekend. A boon for locals to Hale, Altrincham and harried Mancunians looking for culinary escape, this particular New American restaurant brings bags of rustic New England charm to the table alongside plates of East Coast interpretations of international cuisine. Find Victor’s along Ashley Road, moments from Hale station.
Love Victor’s...have been many times. Sushi rolls loved by all the family, kids’ menus great. Fun atmosphere - a spot for a celebration.
Fantastic food and atmosphere as usual. I will always recommend this place as it is so consistent. The staff are friendly and attentive. Great night,
This stylish American eatery likes to say that it is to its sister restaurant Neighbourhood, in Manchester’s Spinningfields, as the Hamptons are to Manhattan. The village of Hale, south of Trafford’s Altrincham, bears some similarity – the area is known for its affluence – and with the addition of Victor’s to the dining scene there’s even more reason for people from the region to visit. The restaurant itself has a stunning setting, with a spacious dining area and and lounge areas set into a beautifully refurbished ex-commercial building – all stripped brick arches and floor to ceiling windows – down Ashley Road.
The dining experience at Victor’s is modern American, with menus reflecting the melting-pot of contemporary American cuisine, a culinary domain famous for its ability to absorb and reinterpret international influences. Victor’s executive chef takes the restaurant’s menu to even more specific territory, focusing on dishes with an East Coast outlook, a perspective that looks back to the Old World and European cuisine. Brunch, lunch, dinner, dedicated weekend and dessert menus and a (New) English Sunday roast all feature gourmet ingredients delivered fresh and daily to Victor’s Hale premises. A highlight is the lunchtime raw bar, featuring seafood harvested from around the British Isles but presented with a jazzy flourish that only the gastronomes of the Eastern Seaboard truly understand. Victor’s is set to be something of a culinary lighthouse for foodies from around Manchester and Trafford, so be sure to book in advance, and bring a gaggle of friends. Someone once said that Manhattan is an island in endless pursuit of lunch – with Victor’s on the scene the same could soon be said for Manchester.