The Best Restaurants in Manchester

Manchester has over 300 restaurants. That alone has made it easier to find the globally popular foods. Manchester’s Chinatown is among the largest in the UK and has many Asian supermarkets and restaurants. You will also find many shops and restaurants in Rusholme’s Curry Mile that offer Middle Eastern and South Asian cuisine and produce. In addition to the many thriving restaurants and cafes, taxis in Manchester will help you access the nearby supermarkets and grocery shops such as Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrisons and Tesco. The following are some of the top restaurants in the city.

  1. Manchester House

This fine-dining restaurant from Manchester is situated on the second floor of an office building in Spinningfields. Aiden  Bryne, youngest winner of Michelin Star is the founder of this restaurant. The restaurant is informal, Mancunian influenced and funky dining place that offers entertaining dishes and more than 24 chefs for 76 covers. After it opened the business in September 2013, it featured in “Restaurant Wars”, a popular TV series in the BBC TV.

  1. James Martin Manchester

James Martin, one of the top celebrity chefs in the UK and BBC TV’s Saturday Kitchen host, is the founder of this restaurant. Manchester taxis are here to help you easily access the restaurant situated in the lavish Manchester 235 casino. Immediately you land there, you are likely to enjoy the delicious desserts, steaks and more British dishes, which showcase Yorkshireman’s signature style. Each meal on the menu is crafted with the finest locally sourced and seasonal ingredients.

  1. Mr Cooper’s House & Garden

Manchester taxis will help you access this restaurant that offers various dining settings under the same roof. Mr Cooper’s House & Garden is inside the Midland Hotel and provides a unique setting with birdhouses, inside the garden, cascading plants wall, a gazebo and 30 feet tree. It combines the modern touches with heritage and history of Mr Cooper himself. Mr Cooper’s gardens sat at this place in 1819. It is the restaurant to visit if you need to enjoy the best cocktail in Manchester.

  1. Graphene

Visit the Graphene today and enjoy the ever-evolving menus. Opened earlier in 2016, the creative cocktail bar and dining restaurant, influenced by Manchester’s scientific breakthrough, provides a modern take on the local cuisine. Enjoy the traditional dishes sourced from artisan and local suppliers.

  1. La Bandera

The family operated Spanish restaurant is popular with footballers of Manchester City and Manchester United. This restaurant which opened doors in December 2014 changes its recipes daily, and they all cover the Spanish favourites such as rice dishes, tapa, meat and fresh fish. The executive Chef Josetxo Arrieta previously headed two San Sebastian 3 Star Michelin restaurants – Restaurant Martin Berasategi and Restaurante Akelarre in France.

  1. Asha’s Manchester

The Legendary Bollywood cook and singer, Asha Bhosle, is a founder of one of the finest restaurants in Manchester. The high-end restaurant situated on the Peter Street occupies two floors. Immediately you arrive there; you are likely to notice the deep okras, gold finishing, boudoir`-style draping. The menu offers classic tandoori kebabs, classic curries and creative dishes. The chefs use the traditional Masala recipe from Asha’s family to make them.

  1. Tattoo

The Tattu restaurant in Manchester opened its doors in April 2015 in Spinningfields. Different body art styles influenced the stunning oriental restaurant. You will like everything ranging from the interior designed by Edwin Pickett to the menu crafted by Andrew Lassetter. The Head Dim Sum Chef and the Head Chef formerly worked in the renowned Hakkasan Group in London. The dining experience is one of the best in the country.

  1. Scene Indian Kitchen

Scene Indian Kitchen offers various Halal dishes inspired by Pakistan, Indian and Southern Asia food vendors. The chefs make signature and speciality dishes from open planned kitchen using various cooking styles, methods and recipes from different regions, emphasising on sharing plates. Expect home-style Desi Dhaba, an authentic Indian method of cooking in the restaurant.

  1. Umezushi

The intimate and relaxed sushi bar that serves fantastic Japanese menu is situated in the tiny lock-up under the railway arch next to Manchester Arena. You just need Manchester taxis to access this restaurant that offers made-to-order sushi and sashimi, tempting hot dishes and daily changing specials including Taiwanese pork rice and Japanese Wagyu beef, complemented by a huge choice of Japanese saki and Koshu wines.

  1. Vermilion

With Manchester taxis, you will take just ten minutes to reach this Asian fusion restaurant from Piccadilly Station. It is situated near the Etihad Stadium and might be the most prominent bar and restaurant to have opened in the city. The impressive dining area, without any doubt, is among the top in Europe.