Quirky Restaurants in Manchester

Sucker for the weird and the wonderful? Got hankerings for the unusual? Hungry on top of all that? Then it's Manchester's best quirky restaurants that can sort you right out. From hidden eateries and basement burgers to Stateside inspired joints, there's no shortage when it comes to unique places to eat in the city, and we're here to show you where to find them. 

Last updated on 10th May 2019


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Impossible is one of the weirder things dreamt up by Manchester. Spread across three floors, this is a part-bar, part-restaurant, and part-immersive theatre nightlife experience. When you're not being dazzled by performers or drinking molecular cocktails from their laboratory, you can feast on delicious grill food in their restaurant. Afterwards, you can seek out the hidden gin palace.

Bunny Jacksons is definitely a quirky place to eat in Manchester – they've got a motorbike over the entrance covered in fairy lights. Their food is all extraordinarily comforting, while the bar serves up bourbon and whiskey. This quirky industrial venue is completed by the stage, too, with that's surrounded by a chain-link fence and plays host to a variety of great bands.