Restaurants In Manchester City Centre

Brimming with inhabitants in the hundreds of thousands, this city is a hotspot for all things food and drink... and we're a hungry lot. Ranging from slick steak spots to laid back and affordable eats, all the way through to indulgent dens where you can splash the cash, we've rounded up the best restaurants in Manchester city centre. Don't say we don't treat ya.

Last updated on 28th September 2022


1112 user reviews 3

A bar, restaurant and vibrant club room with a theatrical twist all rolled into one, Impossible has you sorted from filling up before your night out to all the fun during it. Think fire eaters, cabaret and other immersive performances on their swish catwalk.


502 user reviews 3

On the hunt for cool places to eat in Manchester? BLVD is inspired by uber-luxe bars of New York, LA and Miami, whipping up an international a la carte menu alongside bottomless brunches. Come nightfall, the space transforms into a sprawling cocktail lounge featuring entertainment and tasty tipples.

Gaucho Manchester

47 user reviews 5

One for all you carnivores, Gaucho is the go-to for Argentinian eats. Pair your prime cut with a full-bodied red or crisp white - and don't miss the cocktails, either. With bold interiors, quirky cow print and plush seating, you'll be wined and dined in stylish settings. 

Three Little Words

821 user reviews 5

Tucked away in the arches of Watson Street you'll find Three Little Words, a glam restaurant bar serving up international plates, including rainbow trout with nduja and coconut laksa, alongside Sunday roasts. Plus, with a gin distillery on-site, you know they've more than got you covered in cocktails and G&Ts to accompany.

Dishing out a slice of France right here in England, 63 Degrees is the perfect place for fine dining in Manchester. Set in an informal space, there's an innovative food offering, including pan-fried scallops, escargots and artichoke velouté with truffle oil.

Vegan restaurants in Manchester city centre don't get much better than The Allotment, as it's also gluten-free. Focusing on locally sourced ingredients and sustainable practises, the Lloyd Street spot has garnered quite a few awards. Taste your way through 7-course, 10-course and signature menus - you'll never look back.