Ancoats boozer (est.1811), revamped and reopened as a gastropub, with a restaurant upstairs; early local press reviews have been raves.
Harden's survey result
“Awesome gastropub” on a prominent corner in Ancoats dating from 1811, but which was abandoned as the industrial suburb around it declined. It was restored from dereliction and reopened three years ago with a restaurant upstairs, as the locality has redeveloped around it. It serves “a good choice of reasonably priced dishes”, including “decent roasts on a Sunday”.
In trendy Ancoats, this prominent corner boozer (built 1811 but until recently derelict), was rescued and reopened as a gastropub in late 2019, with a restaurant upstairs. Our diners give it a solid thumbs-up for “quality pub food” and a character setting, but local press reports are full-on raves, and in September 2021, it was voted Pub of the Year in the Manchester Food and Drink Festival Awards.
For 32 years we've been curating reviews of the UK's most notable restaurant. In a typical year, diners submit over 50,000 reviews to create the most authoritative restaurant guide in the UK. Each year, the guide is re-written from scratch based on this survey (although for the 2021 edition, reviews are little changed from 2020 as no survey could run for that year).
Have you eaten at The Edinburgh Castle?
|Wine per bottle||£30.00|
Blossom Street, Manchester, M4 5AN
|Wednesday||5 pm‑9 pm|
|Thursday||5 pm‑9 pm|
|Friday||12 pm‑3 pm, 5 pm‑9 pm|
|Saturday||12 pm‑3 pm, 5 pm‑9 pm|
|Sunday||12 pm‑6 pm|