There’s plenty to get excited about when it comes to eating and drinking in Manchester. The Manchester food scene has a multitude of cuisines available, whatever you’re in the mood for. Whether you’re from the city, or planning a trip up north, check out our pick of some of the best venues for food and drink in Manchester.
Hawksmoor

Hawksmoor

For the carnivores out there, Hawksmoor is hard to beat for a good steak. The menu is limited in choice but extensive in quality with a relaxed but attentive service - and the staff know their stuff - so ask for a recommendation. The drinks are equally as delicious with a wide selection of cocktails, wine or beers to choose.

Where to find it? 184-186 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 3WB
How much? ££

Hawksmoor
Paella

V Revolution

Plant based diets are very much en vogue with a reported 360% increase of the number of vegans in the UK in the last decade. V Revolution, was named ‘Best Vegan Restaurant’ at the 2016 annual VegFest in London. Choose from a number of vegan variations, such as ‘Mac & Cheez’, ‘Beefy Burgers’, or even throwback references such as ‘Kenan & Kale’.

Where to find it? 20 Edge St, Manchester M4 1HN

How much? £

V Revolution
Manchester House

Manchester House

If you want to impress your dinner date, head over to Manchester House run by executive chef,  Aiden Byrne. Sample the culinary feats from the 14-course tasting menu. If you’re taking foodie friends, book a spot at the Chef’s table with a front row view of the kitchen and watch the full drama of the chefs in action.

 

Where to find it? 18-22 Bridge Street, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3BZ

How much? ££

Manchester House
Coffee shop

Common

For a more laid back dining experience with family or friends, Common is a trendy bar that serves craft ale and cracking brunches. Happy hour (or rather hours) runs from 4-7pm every Tuesday to Friday. Main courses start from as little as £6, with a choice of classic dishes including burgers,  breakfast burritos or a full English breakfast.


Where to find it? 39-41 Edge St. Northern Quarter, Manchester,  M4 1HW

How much? £






Common

Northern Soul Grilled Cheese

If you’re looking for something quick, cheap but still wholly unique, Northern Soul Grilled Cheese is a name you will hear time and time again. Combining American and British flavours in a fusion that defines Manchester’s Northern Quarter, this diner has something for everyone. While there are three locations in Manchester, it’s the Northern Quarter that’s the most popular!


Where to find it? Northern Soul Grilled Cheese, Piccadilly Station Approach, Manchester M1 2GH

How much? £


Northern Soul Grilled Cheese
Sushi

Umezushi

Manchester has a strong Asian culture and, while there are many buffets in Chinatown to indulge in, many locals swear by the Japanese cuisine served at Umezushi. Close to Victoria Station, this restaurant opens from Wednesday to Sunday, offering a small but exquisite range of sushi and seafood that will impress even the most experienced of connoisseurs!


Where to find it? Umezushi, 4 Mirabel St, Manchester M3 1PJ, UK

How much? £






Umezushi

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