Manchester is jam-packed full of amazing restaurants boasting cuisines from around the world, making it one of the most culturally diverse restaurant scenes in the UK, all of which you need to try! But first, lets just start off with my top 10 food places in Manchester that you have to try on your next visit!
1. Tre Ciccio
This underrated gem in the heart of Altrincham is one of my absolute favourites! Wrapped in fairy lights, the dimly lit underground Italian boasts some of the best pizza and pasta in Manchester. The cosy and romantic ambiance is only heightened by the delectable array of wine and equally as stunning playlist that fills the room..perfection!
2. Altrincham Market House
This south Manchester hotspot is always bustling with happy diners in the warehouse-esque food hall that boasts various tempting food options including a breakfast bar, freshly prepared pizza, a steak shack, a coffee shop and a bar if you fancy it! The adjoining outdoor market is host to around 60 market stalls and live music at the weekend, so you really can make a day of it!
This quaint diner and bar situated in Sale is one of the nicest food places in Manchester! The intimate bar offers an amazingly inclusive menu and lively atmosphere, perfect for family dinners, first dates and girly getaways.
4. The Wharf
The traditional cosy pub in Castlefield is the best Sunday roast spot in central Manchester! Open fires, bookshelves, board games and food that will have you returning week in week out, you simply cannot go wrong which is why this is one of the best food places in Manchester that you need to check out imminently!
Tattu, the two floor oriental restaurant in the heart of Spinningfields, is an instagrammers dream with its renowned pink blossom tree and unique interiors that makes it one of the most talked about food places in Manchester. If you’re partial to some dim sum or crazy creative cocktails, then this is the place for you.
6. 20 Stories
20 stories is a glamorous rooftop restaurant situated on the 19th floor of No.1 Spinningfields, adjacent to the Opera House. This hotspot offers unparalleled 360 degree views of the Manchester skyline and is a must-see if you’re into cocktails and locally sourced fresh food with a view.
Menagerie offers an experiential dining experience showcasing a vast array of performers including acrobats, burlesque artists and contortionists on the central catwalk. You really do get a bang for your buck at this celebrity haunt and is not one to miss!
8. Luck Lust Liquor And Burn
The all day eatery and late night bar is a haven for anyone who’s obsessed with Mexican and is in one of the coolest areas in Manchester, The Northern Quarter. Laid-back, full of character and great value for money; Luck lust liquor and burn is one of the food places in Manchester that you will not regret visiting!
9. Cane and Grain
Another amazing hidden hideaway in Manchesters Northern Quarter; Cane and Grain offers American delicacy’s including ribs, rum, bourbon and beer spread across three distinctly different themed floors. The ground floor, my favourite, is a relaxed hangout that gives a nod to the 80’s skate scene and is perfect for hanging out with friends and grabbing a (great) bite to eat.
10. Home Sweet Home
Home sweet home is one of the most inviting and homeliest food places in Manchester, offering generous portions of your favourite American comfort food. Exquisite antique decor and the most irresistible breakfast in Manchester, this is one you’re not gonna want to miss!