Best Pub Lunches In Manchester
Whether you want an informal, quick bite to eat or a more fine dining experience for your afternoon break these are some of the best pubs for lunch in Manchester. From gastro pubs with some of the top chefs, to places where you can grab a traditional Sunday roast - there is something for everyone. When you need a break from work or shopping head to one of these great pubs for some of the best recommended pub lunches in Manchester.
The hugely popular Black Dog Ballroom chain is stronger than ever. Whether you're over near The Northern Quarter or further afield towards Oxford Road, there is always a Black Dog in sight. New Wakefield Street's bar and restaurant in particular is brimming with great ideas for a brilliant lunch. Choose from a selection of tasty pub classics including incredible burgers, sandwiches and salads - great if you're in a rush back to work.
Winner of 'The Best Pub in Manchester' title for the 2 years on the run (09, 10) this Manchester pub is a favourite with the local residents. Famed for it's traditional approach to drinking and dining, The Briton's Protection serves a delicious menu throughout the week. If you're feeling hungry then this pub is the perfect stop-off from work or your afternoon shopping. Popular dishes include Wild Boar Pie with Vegetables, Venison & Mushroom in a rich wine sauce or fresh sandwiches made to order - the perfect escape.
Pub lunch is favoured amongst many as their favourite hobby, but where can you go for sun a fun-filled edible endeavour in Manchester that wont break the bank? A Deansgate dime for some of the most pocket friendly chow in the city, The Lost Dene serve an ever varying selection of dishes. From serious sandwiches and boisterous American style burgers to grilled steaks and an all day breakfast, The Lost Dene is your edible oyster with affordable dishes to boot.
For a slice of traditional Victorian England, Sam's Chop House is a stylish approach to lunchtime dining. Their menu consists of remodeled British Classics such as Onion Soup and Sirloin Steak, plus old classics such as Fish & Chips served with mushy peas - delicious! If you're feeling naughty then maybe the temptation of the pub's spectacular wine menu and champagne is enticing - treat yourself - nobody will ever know.
The Angel is a dining pub in the heart of the ever-growing Northern Quarter. The downstairs bar is especially great for a drink at lunchtime with an emphasis on relaxing with friends. The tasty menu features classic home cooked dishes such as Croque Monsieur, Steak & Ale Pie, Fish & Chips and tasty home made sandwiches making it one of the best places to catch your dinner.
A favourite with Manchester locals, The Old Wellington stands tall with it's classic black and white Tudor stripes. Serving up an incredible menu with classic pub grub such as Pulled Beef Pudding and Sausage and Mash. Self-describing their lunchtime menu as "spring-summer selections are all about zesty tastes, vibrant colours and delicious textures," what's not to love?