Manchester - Dining
The most famous restaurant in Manchester’s China Town is Yang Sing. It is considered to be one of the best Cantonese restaurants in Europe. Yang Sing was established in 1968, burned down in 1997, and was re-opened a couple of years ago. In particular, the dim sum dishes are recommended.
The Market Restaurant
The Market is a 20 year old family-owned restaurant in the Northern Quarter. Hidden in a back alley they serve top-quality cuisine to reasonable prices.
Behind its anonymous doors, a diamond in Manchester restaurant life is hidden. This Japanese restaurant serves only sushi and other dishes made from the best quality fresh products. Don't miss their tempura that is well recommended.
Alexandros Greek Restaurant
Longing for authentic Greek meze find your way to Alexandros Greek Restaurant in the heart of Northenden village. Enjoy a dinner to the tones of Greek music in a romantic setting.
This restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere is owned and run by two brothers. A perfect place for a quick lunch but you can also enjoy a laid back dinner with some drinks.
Stylish white decor makes a perfect setting for the trendy fusion of traditional cantonese flavours and urban modern cuisine. The owners care for the environment and always primarly choose local products.
The name, 63 Degrees, comes from the perfect temperature cooking poultry low and slow to create tender and incomparable tastes. It reveals the secret behind the restaurant's good reputation, to love and care about cooking food for their guests. The menu is filled with French dishes and this is is a little bit of France in Manchester.
Every Friday, this Turkish restaurant provides belly dancing as entertainment for their guests. Kebab, meze, lamb and falafel are just a few of the delicacies you find on the menu.
The Rose Garden
Perfect for special occasions. The Rose Garden serves modern British cuisine made out of seasonal products from local producers.
In the historic area of Castlefield you find this pub and restaurant in a large building. Choose from traditional British or more modern and international dishes. From the terrace you have a beautiful view over the canal.
Teppanyaki is a type of grilled Japanese food and at Sapporo Teppanyaki the chefs will entertain you with a show preparing your food live in front of your eyes. To complete your Japanese experience Sake and Japanese cocktails, beers and whiskeys are to be found on the drink menu.
San Rocco, one of Manchester’s oldest Italian restaurants, opened in 1971 when spaghetti was still an exotic dish in England. Although many competitors have arrived since then, San Rocco maintains its position and has actually opened branches in other towns. The North Italian menu has not been “anglicized.”
A laid-back, inexpensive and very Asian place with long tables and benches. From the dining room, you can see into the kitchen where possibly the best noodle dishes in Manchester are prepared.
Defined as a gastropub, The Ox caters to all tastes. Why not try the steamed mussels in a bag? The menu can best be described as "modern British."
This fine Spanish wine restaurant is situated in the heart of Manchester, and the restaurant offers fine à la carte. The focus is from the central regions in Spain. Evuna also offer a wine merchant service where you may take your favourite wines home by the bottle or case.