Restaurants in Manchester: Enjoy this post-Covid-19 voucher scheme that the government has created, so that you can eat out from Monday to Wednesday and pay only half of your bill, only throughout August.
This is to encourage the days out and support little venues in their economic reconstruction.
Each person can save up to a maximum of £ 10 on food. Alcoholic beverages are not valid within the scheme.
Here are 5 must-try restaurants in Manchester where you can go with friends, family or alone!
A gorgeous paradise of floral adornments and blushed furnishings, eden’s dedicated dining area and slick kitchen is one picture perfect city centre restaurant.
Expect a menu of internationally-inspired plates that cater to everyone’s tastes alongside a selection of refreshing cocktails.
Address: The Printworks Withy Grove, Manchester M4 2BS
Serving up some of the best steak and gin in Manchester, Alston Bar & Beef does exactly what it says on the tin.
Whether you’re out for date night, a friendly catch up or a meal with family, this Cathedral Street spot has it all.
Address: Cathedral St, Manchester M4 3TR
Slick and serious Mana – which in 2019 became the first restaurant in Manchester to receive a Michelin star since 1977 – serves thoughtful dishes using under-celebrated British ingredients and produce.
It has an amazing open kitchen that never fails to surprise. They have an innovative menu ready to delight your palate. British fixture with a locally sourced avant-garde menu & wine pairings.
Address: 42 Blossom St, Ancoats, Manchester M4 6BF
With dark, wood-panelled rooms and frosted windows, Hawksmoor Manchester was the first branch of the upscale steakhouse to make its delicious mark outside of London.
If you are a meat lover you can always come to this lovely venue and have some of the best in the city.
Like its southern brethren, it’s a place to blur day with night over cocktails and the country’s finest grass-fed meat.
The staff are always friendly, too.
Address: 184, 186 Deansgate, Manchester M3 3WB
Indian street food and craft beer: it doesn’t get much better than that.
Bundobust started out in Leeds and chose Manchester for its second outpost.
Inside, it’s casual and hip with a smattering of retro Bollywood; long communal dining tables groan under the weight of dishes which fuse northern produce with Gujarati street food.
Their menu is vegetarian.
Address: 61 Piccadilly, Manchester M1 2AG
Help out restaurants in London and get a 50% off your bill from Monday to Wednesday, only in August!