Our Favourite New Restaurants in Manchester
Manchester’s thriving food scene is undergoing a major transformation as hidden railway arches are now home to popular street food markets, forgotten Victorian warehouses stripped and turned into world-class restaurants. The old favourites are still here, too including delightful cheap eats options and a whole host of brilliant Manchester pubs which continue to be a crowd favourite. Check out our favourite new restaurants in Manchester…
Where the Light Gets In: Off the beaten track but well worth the pilgrimage, Where The Light Gets In attracts serious food fans from around the world thanks to an inspired seasonal tasting menu, a stonking wine list and relaxed but attentive service. The passionate team operates in the loft of a lovingly restored Victorian coffee warehouse in Stockport and many of the ingredients are sourced from their own nearby farm.
Dishoom: Dishoom is winning hearts for homey dishes served in the eclectic splendor of the 1920s Grade II-listed Manchester Hall. The cocktails can hold their own too, with original takes on classic mixes. Expect Indian street food and traditional dishes inspired by the old Irani cafés of Mumbai. Humble, hearty and spicy, this is comfort food at its best.
The French at the Midland: Manchester’s lack of a Michelin star is always a hot topic and the arrival of Simon Rogan at the French was intended to change all that. Sadly, that didn’t happen and Rogan departed some time ago leaving The French in the very capable hands of head chef Adam Reid. Reid has since made the Grade-II listed dining room his own, shaking off any stuffy fine dining preconceptions and serving his own inspired take on modern British cuisine.
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