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1761 and Lilly’s Bar

1761 and Lilly’s Bar

For anyone who knows Manchester well, they would probably know of a restaurant called Avalanche, this used to be next to Croma just by King street. I went there a few times and it was palatable but unfortunately, it shut down. I eagerly waited to […]

Black Dog Ballroom

Black Dog Ballroom

Black Dog Ballroom is ever famous with students and those that want a chilled out drink, alongside some potential pool playing and decent music. They have two ballroom venues and another one solely for bowling (Black Dog Bowl) but they offer more than just drinks […]

El Capo

El Capo

El Capo is a Mexican restaurant and bar that has become a staple part of Tariff Street in Manchester’s infamous Northern Quarter. Albeit, the bar at weekends is one of the places to be but what is even better than the prospect of a busy tequila […]

Indique

Indique

One Saturday evening my Persian partner (who, against cliched expectations, had never really eaten Indian food in the past). I have been hinting that I wanted to pay a visit to one and he secretly turned to trip advisor and came across this little gem. My […]

Oké Poké Launch

Oké Poké Launch

In short, Poke (pronounced poke-eh) is a beautiful combination of raw cubed fish and vegetables. To make it even simpler, think of deconstructed sushi… in a bowl. This aesthetically pleasing taste of Hawaii has finally come to Manchester and I was lucky enough to attend the […]

Cafe at the Museum

Cafe at the Museum

One thing I have found since living back home after university and working in Manchester city centre is that there is a heck of a lot of restaurants about. We have an eating out culture and a vast choice throughout the city and suburbs. Unfortunately, […]

Rustik

Rustik

Disclosure before I start this review – I have classed this as Manchester but Rustik is actually a cafe style restaurant in Didsbury, which is just in south Manchester. I stumbled across this place a few months ago when I stopped for a coffee but […]

Rosso

Rosso

Rosso, is an Italian restaurant in Manchester city centre, inhabiting a gorgeous 100+ year old building and co-owned by Rio Ferdinand making it a hub for a cohort of celebrities and footballers alike.  I attended a ‘bubbles and bites’ night here a few weeks ago, […]

Neighbourhood

Neighbourhood

Neighbourhood in Spinningfields is one of the places I have been meaning to eat at for quite a while but you know, simply just never got around to doing so. I think one of the reasons for this was that it is known mainly just […]