- Manchester City Centre Restaurant recommendations
- sing1etrackSubscriberRusty SpannerSubscriber
Gio's opposite the Midland hotel on Lower Moseley St is pleasant, cheap and really unpretentious.
Very good food though. Can get a bit busy with pre concert diners waiting to pop off to the Bridgewater Hall.
Leonis on Bow Street, off Cross Street is a bit nearer the main shopping centre and is equally nice and friendly.
Don Antonio's on Portland Street, right near China Town is superb. Doesn't look like much but the food is spectacular and again, unpretentious and friendly.
Never had a bad meal in any of the above.Posted 8 years agoRusty SpannerSubscriber
All the above are Italian BTW.
If you fancy traditional English grub, try Sams Chop House (opposite the Royal Exchange Theatre, just off Cross street), or if you fancy pushing the boat out and don't mind a bit of a walk or a short taxi ride, can heartily recommend The Angel.
About a mile away from your hotel, but spectacular food. Bit of a scruffy industrial area,just outside the city centre, but one of the nicest restaurants I've ever been to.
Can't forget the Market Restaurant in the Northern Quarter, which was the first really, really nice European style restaurant in Manchester and has been going for yonks. The Northern Quarter Bar & Grill next door is also very good.
Haven't had anything to eat yet, can you tell?Posted 8 years ago
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