Several star venues in England, including some with national awards, are right in the centre of the northern city. Qube Residential counts down some of the greatest Manchester restaurants you should visit in 2022.
Manchester Restaurants & cafes to try
No. 1 Canal Street
One of Manchester’s most outstanding restaurants specialises in northern cuisine. This is one to check out, especially when combined with a crisp and elegant interior. No. 1 Canal Street plays with well-established classic meals, all to excellent acclaim if you’re searching for a restaurant that locals trust. According to one TripAdvisor review, No. 1 comes “top” in their gravy recipes, and as any tourist knows, northerners enjoy their gravy!
Take it from the critics: No. 1 brushed aside other competitors in the Manchester Restaurant of the Year category at the British Restaurant Awards 2019.
Inside, it displays an Italian-American restaurant-style with a New York flair. The nicest tables are in the pear green leather booths, and with an open kitchen to watch, you will notice the time, attention, and showmanship put into your meal.
Yard & Coop
This is a no-frills chicken-based eatery that serves customers from all across Manchester. Yard & Coop’s speciality is good fried chicken, but they also excel at burgers and Mac & Cheese meals. This restaurant is for people who desire first-class fast food without sacrificing quality. It’s a great spot to meet up with friends for a burger and a pint.
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TNQ — Manchester’s Northern Quarter Restaurant and Bar
This fine-styled restaurant, which takes pride in its great location in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, isn’t as local as it initially appears. If you want modern food with a plateful personality, TNQ is a great place to go.
The goal of TNQ is to provide thought-provoking cuisine. For many, the success of Anthony Fielden’s project became clear when they reflected on their experiences after a first visit. That is, there is nothing but positive reviews online. Anthony has been training in Manchester’s kitchens since he was a late adolescent. He has given the city something exceptional with this restaurant.
Are you looking for a taste of Paris amid Manchester’s restaurants? 63 Degrees provides the most distinctive French dining experience available in Manchester.
This two-story layout is classy and family-owned, and it’s just a stone’s throw away from the other North Quarter eateries on this list. It also features a one-of-a-kind way of functioning; the clue is in the name…
Order any meal with chicken, and you’ll get something tender, delicious, and well-cooked. 63 Degrees carefully cooks all beef dishes at the stated temperature (63 degrees Celsius), guaranteeing that every plate is perfect.