Manchester ‘s Restaurant
Peaky Blinders Manchester
Peaky Blinders offers live entertainment seven nights a week from some of the most exciting acts around providing an eclectic soundtrack.
Join for for acoustic sets in our dining area from Sunday – Thursday, followed by live bands on our main stage each evening. Guests can expect live music and DJs creating a singalong party vibe from a wide variety of genres; from funk, soul and Motown to disco, rock n roll, indie and pop.
Bar, British, Pub, Gastropub
Teppanyaki in Manchester’s Chinatown was first brought teppanyaki to the northwest in 1987. Literally ‘grilling on an iron plate’, diners sit at a large table surrounding the cooking surface where the chef prepares fresh meat, seafood, and vegetables before your eyes, bringing a real sense of theatre to the dining experience. Only top-quality produce is used with salmon from Loch Duart, beef from The Borders hung for 28 days to impart maximum flavor, and chicken fresh from Cumbria. The menu also offers sushi and sashimi as well as tempura and yakitori along with a good selection of wines, beers, and sake to complement the food. Teppanyaki is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner and there are some great-value lunch and early evening offers available.
The Sparrows is a modern, Central European restaurant offering a great variety of handmade dumplings & pasta of European origin. The specialty of the house is Spätzle [fresh egg pasta] representing a vast geographical region of South Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Alsace & Sud Tyrol, including Trentino & Alto Adige of Northern Italy. The Dumplings menu expands further to European classics, such as delicious Russian-style Pelimeni, Polish Pierogi, Italian ravioli, and freshly rolled pasta. All are complimented by a choice of traditional/regional sauces & daily baked bread. A cup of Italian coffee or Japanese green tea should not be a miss with Daz’s wife’s brownie, while Swiss craft beer, a glass of organic Austrian wine, or fine Japanese Sake will make a perfect pairing with Goulash Tyrolese.
Italian, German, Polish, European, Northern-Italian, Central European
Sophisticated, vintage-styled interiors collide with exquisite cuisine from every corner of India, making Sangam Didsbury the perfect host for every occasion, whether it be an after-work get-together or a special family celebration.
Sumptuous starters through to delicious desserts and ice-cool cocktails – Sangam Didsbury’s seasonal set menu features a wide range of options and some featured dishes are created using secret recipes passed down through several generations.
Boasting all the elements of the Chorlton bar; the incredibly imaginative cocktails, fantastic food, friendly service, and a large south-facing terrace where you can enjoy drinks all day long, all year round.
The cocktail menu serves up twists on classics, more delicate skinny minnies, bloody good marys, spiced to your liking, pippin’ hot cocktails with cream, toasted marshmallows and Oreo biscuits, and popular sharers served in bathtubs, which you get to take home.
Also serving food from 10 am until late, the Laundrette offers a relaxed and comfortable environment for friends, family, and business.
Enjoy a cocktail on the heated outdoor terrace, entertain clients in one of the comfortable booths or make the most of the beautiful space exclusively to network and mingle.
Bar, Pizza, British, International
The specials board advertises the fishes and dishes of the day, and the main menu – and also the wine list – changes regularly to reflect the best produce that husband-and-wife team Kevin and Rachel Choudhary can get hold of; they recommend checking the restaurant’s social media pages for further information about the dishes currently on, or just drop in and enjoy the surprise. It’s all about market-led local produce, cooked and presented simply. Super-fresh fish and shellfish is backed up by seasonal meats, including game when available. Past specials have ranged from whole grilled seabass with lashings of parsley butter and piled high with peppery watercress to creamy cider mussels and a hunk of bread made on the premises, plus on trend ox cheek poutine and hanger steak with cherry tomatoes.
Everything is sourced locally and ethically, from the veg to the cordials, and the contemporary kitchen and bar serves beer from nearby independent breweries as well as a well-curated wine list.
4 Dine & Wine
Tucked away down the only remaining cobbled street in Didsbury village is No.4 Dine and Wine, which since opening in November 2005 had become a popular destination for local diners and visitors. It’s owned and run by Paul and Nina Burton who still play a role in the day-to-day running of the restaurant — Paul in the kitchen and Nina offers you a friendly welcome. Food is modern English with influences from around the world. Everything is homemade including bread each morning and the very popular chocolate truffles served with coffee. Menus are seasonal with a la carte menus available on Tuesday and Saturday. Brunch and a set-price lunch menu including roast beef available on Sundays.
European, British, International, Fusion
Three Little Words
Three Little Words is like nowhere else in the city. Nestled within beautifully renovated brick arches, just seconds from Deansgate, settle into the city’s renowned distillery bar for incredible cocktails and fine dining.
From the founders of Manchester Gin, Three Little Words and The Spirit of Manchester Distillery sit alongside one another, so you can enjoy gorgeous drinks while watching life in the distillery. Showcasing the full Manchester Gin range, there are some truly wonderful gin cocktails on offer here, but there’s far more than gin – a curated back bar, a magnificent cocktail list, and a perfectly paired food menu.
Heavenly roast dinners are served every Sunday from 12pm. Select from a choice of four dishes, including roast beef and a weekly vegan special, served with all the trimmings, homemade gravy and towering Yorkshire puddings.
Bar, British, International, Fusion, Dining bars
The Alan, Dine and Drink
With its neutral hues and natural foliage, stripped-back bricks and leather booths, The Alan is a tranquil space in which to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner – the open-plan kitchen serves all day from first thing till late evening – or indeed coffee and cocktails in the bar.
The Alan is a design-led hotel in the centre of Manchester, comprising 137 rooms over six storeys, as well as a kitchen, bar and restaurant. Whether it’s a healthy breakfast, lazy weekend brunch or a selection of sharing plates for lunch or dinner, all The Alan’s menus revolve around seasonal, locally-soured ingredients and are constantly changing to reflect this.
The modern British main menu is served on weekdays from 12pm, and weekends from 3pm, and comprises a selection of light bites, small plates and desserts.
British, Bar, Contemporary, Healthy, Wine Bar
The Little Yeti
The Little Yeti is one of the newest dining spots on Barlow Moor Rd, but from the well-oiled team behind Didsbury veterans Gurkha Grill. It’s an establishment of the ‘limited menu but executed very well’ variety, which is more common in Asia than over here, where ‘all things to all people’ is perhaps too often attempted.
The specialty you visit The Little Yeti for is momos, which for the uninitiated are not just a terrifying internet meme but also round dumplings not dissimilar to Japanese gyoza or Polish pierogi.
Asian, Nepali, Fusion, Street Food