5 Places To Eat In Manchester


5 Of The Best Places To Eat In MCR



It’s almost the weekend so there’s no better time to start planning where you’re going to treat yourself to some super delish food if you’re headed to Manchester.... whether strutting through Spinningfields or the infamous Northern Quarter.
Cast the beach bod diet aside and the gym can wait... at least until Monday because right now we’re swooning over pizza, gourmet burgers and extra sassy cuisine. So if you have a hungry heart like us, keep reading #EGOSQUAD


If you’re in the Northern Quarter...
Take a walk through the Northern Quarter and you’ll find yourself in the centre of alternative culture. One of the oldest areas of Manchester city centre, get your foodie fix in one of our fave independent eateries.


For chicken lovers: Yard and Coop




37 Edge St

M4 1HW


Try a dish from the self confessed home of buttermilk chicken. Veggie? No fear you can still get in on the action. Get ready for a heavy food coma.


For Brunch: Evelyns







Whether you’re looking for brunch or small plates, we know of a little gem tucked away in the Northern Quarter. Evelyn's cafe bar is totally instagrammable and the Shakshuka baked eggs are to die for.


For Culture + Pizza: PLY


Nestled in the heart of the Northern Quarter, grab a slice of pizza in the PLY art space that allow you to drink and munch whilst admiring the curated artwork from worldwide renowned artists. #hipster


If you’re in Spinningfields...

Stay sassy in Spinningfields, home to restaurants and bars galore. Just a stone’s throw from Deansgate, the luxury quarter as it’s known is the place to be. 





3, Hardman Square

Gartside St

M3 3EB


Want a jaw to the floor foodie experience? Look no further than Tattu, serving up chinese cuisine and super inventive cocktails...have you seen the decor? This place is somewhere to snap on social. 


For casual dining: Artisan




Chow down in a seriously quirky venue... think artists studio and concrete warehouse. Eat and drink amongst sculptures and art installations and their cocktails are top notch - we recommend the French Martini.

Where are your favourite places for food in Manchester?

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