When it comes to tapas restaurants in Manchester, Simon Shaw is top of the game. First, he brought us El Gato Negro, and then it was cool younger sibling Canto. Located in Ancoats, this is a slick spot in one of the city's up-and-coming areas. Heading north of the Northern Quarter, we just had to see…
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Canto brings top notch Portuguese food to Ancoats.
Coming to you from the people behind El Gato Negro, the name means ‘corner’ in Portuguese, and sits within the Fairbairn Building on Henry Street.
The Mediterranean menu is inspired by the owners' travels to Lisbon, delivering authentic Portuguese cuisine with a modern, tapas twist. The dishes are cooked fresh using top quality ingredients, and are designed to promote social dining. Think plates the likes of lamb skewers with teriyaki sauce and wild mushrooms, and polenta with manchego cheese.
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Canto, Fairbairn Unit A, Henry Street, M4 5DH