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Tom Kerridge is to cease his involvement with this project and it will close on the 31 December 2022.

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Tom Kerridge opened this restaurant in Manchester's former Stock Exchange, refurbished into a luxury hotel, in November 2019. It features Kerridge’s famed style of cooking, where British classics are refined, yet in a casual sort of fashion. Chef Dan Scott will be at the stoves.

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* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

This “beautiful building” – Manchester’s gracious Edwardian Stock Exchange – was relaunched as a five-star hotel in late 2019, making the most of the plush and traditional surroundings. In the “fantastic surroundings” of the old trading floor – complete with domed ceiling and large booths – a Tom Kerridge-branded restaurant serves a posh brasserie menu. One gripe, though: the ambience can feel “spoilt by oversized screens showing the footie!”.

Summary

Tom Kerridge will open in the latest incarnation of Manchester’s imposing former Stock Exchange (soon to be relaunched as a luxury hotel) in November 2019. Chef Dan Scott will be at the stoves overseeing a menu in TV Tom’s trademark style of refined British classics. If you’re a Man U fan, though, head over to Old Trafford – to whom he signed up as caterer in October 2019 – and grab one of his pies on match days.

Summary

Tom Kerridge will open in the latest incarnation of Manchester’s imposing former Stock Exchange (soon to be relaunched as a luxury hotel) in November 2019. Chef Dan Scott will be at the stoves overseeing a menu in TV Tom’s trademark style of refined British classics. If you’re a Man U fan, though, head over to Old Trafford – to whom he signed up as caterer in October 2019 – and grab one of his pies on match days.

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Reviews of The Bull & Bear Restaurant in M2, Manchester by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of The Bull & Bear restaurant.
Stephen C
A very enjoyable evening....
Reviewed 11 months, 21 days ago

"A very enjoyable evening."

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Stock Exchange Hotel, 4 Norfolk St, Manchester, M2 1EW
Opening hours
MondayCLOSED
Tuesday7 am‑10 pm
Wednesday7 am‑10 pm
Thursday7 am‑10 pm
Friday7 am‑10 pm
Saturday8 am‑10 pm
Sunday8 am‑10 pm

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