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Manchester’s top 10 restaurants

10 Apr 2019
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Our newest aparthotel Native Manchester just happens to be in the centre of one the UK’s freshest foodie hotspots, with the Mancunian restaurant scene blossoming like never before. From tapas to tacos, burgers to bao, there’s a world of cuisine on your doorstep when you stay with us.

So, here they are – the best restaurants in Manchester, according to Team Native.

So, what are you in the mood for?

I’m in the mood for…something swish.

Canto Restaurant Manchester Northern Quarter

Canto is a pedigree Portuguese restaurant serving small plates that are big on flavour. The ingredients are fresh, seasonal and lovingly sourced, and it shows.

I’m in the mood for…the avant-garde.

Cottonopolis Restaurant Manchester

Named in honour of Manchester’s cotton-trading heritage, Cottonopolis serves up Asian-inspired small plates like dim sum and sushi in a Grade II listed building, all alongside a delectable selection of sakes.

I’m in the mood for…posh pub grub.

Oasthouse Manchester Restaurant

A must-visit for ale lovers and food lovers alike, the Oast House features indulgent pub classics, deli boards and roasts together with its legendary Ale Inventory from around the world.

I’m in the mood for…top notch tapas.

El Gat Negro Manchester Restaurant

Canto’s celebrated older sister, El Gato Negro, might well serve the best tapas you’ll ever have outside Spain. It’s also worth booking the chef’s table, where you can enjoy the theatre of the open kitchen while you savour every bite.

I’m in the mood for…variety.

Mackie Mayor Manchester Restaurant

Mackie Mayor is a gorgeous Grade II listed indoor food market that boasts ten exceptional eateries under its brand new glass roof, with everything from Taiwanese bao to some of the finest pizza in town.

I’m in the mood for…a big, beefy burger.

Almost Famous Manchester Northern Quarter

Make sure you’re hungry before you venture to Almost Famous for some of Manchester’s biggest and best burgers. Pulled pork, BBQ chicken and deep fried mac ’n’ cheese await, along with beers, cocktails and shakes.

I’m in the mood for…Mexican with a twist.

lUCK LUST LIQUOR AND BURN Manchester Restaurant

Visit Mexico via Vegas with big, bold burritos, burgers, tacos and steaks from the team behind Almost Famous. At Luck Lust Liquor & Burn, the ingredients are so fresh that they even make the guacamole at your table.

I’m in the mood for…a hangover cure.

Moose Coffee Manchester Cafe

If brunch is your thing, head straight to Moose Coffee and join the queue – trust us, it’s worth the wait. Enjoy classic Benedicts and sure-fire remedies for the morning after the night before, like the Lone Star Moose meat-fest.

I’m in the mood for…understated elegance.

Yuzu Chinatown Manchester Restaurant

Yuzu is a little haven of Japanese calm that’s tucked away amidst the bustle of Chinatown and has been gaining country-wide accolades since The Guardian’s food critic, Jay Rayner, raved about it. Be sure to book ahead – it fills up fast.

I’m in the mood for…the perfect pizza.

rudys pizza restaurant manchester ancoats

A little taste of Napoli in Ancoats, Rudy’s is a neighbourhood favourite, serving brilliant pizzas (at brilliant prices) alongside a lovingly selected craft beer and wine list. Perfect for an easy-going night out.

And, one more for luck (because we couldn’t pick just ten)…

I’m in the mood for…everything!

GRUB Manchester Restaurant

Manchester’s legendary street food festival now has a permanent home under the railway arches behind Piccadilly train station: GRUB at Fairfield Social Club. Fridays and Saturdays see the place burst into life with food, drink, events and live music, and they even have a vegan day every Sunday.

Take a trip to Manchester and create your own foodie festival.

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