Manchester Restaurants

Manchester in the United Kingdom offers a wide variety of restaurants in with many different cuisines. Individual tastes differ but most of the restaurants chosen would be pleasing to many.

The Room is located on King Street. It is a two Rosette winner which offers typically British food. The setting for this pleasing restaurant if the previous Reform Club. Even though the food that is offered here is British, the chefs place their own distinctive touches on the dishes. The Room is ideal for business lunches or for romantic dinners for two. The restaurant is filled with statues, antiques and some wonderful views of Manchester.

On Kings’ Street West is Bem Brasil Manchester. This is a steakhouse with a Brazilian twist. They do serve steaks, in fact, the most flavorful steaks in the area, but they also offer poultry, fish along with other cuts of beef. When eating the food, diners are taken on a trip through time to the Brazilian cowboys who would skewer their meat and then cook over an open campfire. With the thought that diners should be allowed to taste whatever they have to offer, they offer a buffet of all of their finest food. There is no rushing through the meals as the servers will continue putting out food all night. The carnival atmosphere is throughout Bem Brasil, however, it is also possible to have a romantic dinner for two also.

For a Cantonese craving, the best restaurant in Manchester is Ocean Treasure 235 on Watson Street. The best chiefs in this cuisine in Manchester have been brought into this kitchen to cook for their diners. Their specialty is Dim Sum but all of the food here is excellent. When entering the senses are taken in by the atmosphere of reds and green, while the aromas filtering from the kitchens entice the diner to try a new dish or perhaps one that keeps the customer coming back for more.

French cuisine has also found a home in Manchester in The French at the Midland. Entering the dining area takes the diner to a distinctive French atmosphere. This restaurant has the honor of receiving the first Michelin star in the U.K. as well receiving the 2AA Rosette. This century old restaurant has as its head chef Paul Beckley who adds a little British twist to many of the French dishes that are prepared. The French offers a dining experience for everyone who enters, whether for a business lunch or for a more intimate experience.

For a taste of sushi, tempura or sashimi the Australasia in Deansgate is the destination. This dining experience can be found beneath the Armani store and has the honor of have a menu designed by former Young Australian Chef of the Year, Paul Greening. It opened on May 24, 2011 but has made a name for itself in the world of fine cuisine. Diners can experience the traditions Australia cuisine along with a touch of Japanese, Southeast Asia and Indonesia.

As can be seen, there is a variety of fine cuisine in this British city and there are many more besides. It is fun when visiting to explore and taste the many flavors of Manchester.