International Restaurants in Manchester
1. Mackie Mayor International restaurant in Manchester 1 Eagle Street - M4
“THE place to visit in Manchester!” – a grand listed Victorian building in the Northern Quarter, once a derelict meat market, now beautifully restored to host a selection of “very high-quality” street-food stalls. There’s a “wonderful, buzzing atmosphere, and an amazing choice of food and drinks”.
2. Refuge by Volta International restaurant in Manchester Oxford Street - M60
A “magnificent”, interiors-magazine-worthy setting in an old Victorian office block adds to the drama of a visit to this hip enterprise, by Justin Crawford and Luke Cowdrey, aka The Unabombers (also behind Electrik and Volta). The small plates generally hit the mark, the all-day Sunday roasts are “superb” and it’s “great fun being able to finish off with a game of table football!”. “We were a large motley crew and our waitress did a fantastic job accommodating everyone – from vegans to carnivores, toddlers to octogenarians”.
3. Albert’s International restaurant in Manchester 120-122 Barlow Moor Rd - M20
2017 Review: A “buzzing, always busy brasserie in smart Didsbury” combining a “fun, noisy atmosphere” and a “menu that runs the gamut from burgers to steaks via pasta and pies”. (“There’s a sister restaurant – Albert’s Shed – at Castlefields too.”)
4. Six by Nico International restaurant in Manchester 60 Spring Gardens - M2
"A new restaurant every six weeks." This mini-chain from chef Nico Simeone opened in Manchester in Summer 2019 (there are sites also in Belfast, Glasgow and Edinburgh) serves a signature six-course tasting menu, which changes every six weeks in style, cuisine and inspiration, served to 66 diners.
5. Three Little Words British, Modern restaurant in Manchester Watson Street - M3
From the people behind Manchester Gin, a restaurant and bar in the arches beneath Manchester Central station.
6. Escape to Freight Island International restaurant in Manchester Baring Street - M1
A "inspiring new urban landscape carved from a long-forgotten freight depot" opposite Piccadilly station; food offerings will include Voodoo Rays wood-fired pizza, asador grills from Baratxuri, tacos from Madre and coffee/cakes from Krum.
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