Taking inspiration from home and further afield, Brasserie Abode blends European and British dining with finesse. Feast your eyes on their menu of succulent steaks, Sunday roasts and elegant afternoon teas, with regular live music to get you in the weekend spirit.
The Best British Restaurants In Manchester
Feast on the best steaks Manchester has to offer, discover mouthwatering pies, and tuck into classic fish and chips with our pick of the city's most quintessential picks. These pubs, restaurants and bars showcase the best locally-sourced ingredients, creating dishes with real nostalgia; take a look at our picks of the best British restaurants in Manchester and get stuck in.
TV chef James Martin's Manchester restaurant has already been named one of the best in the country. Championing local produce from renowned butchers, fishmongers, game dealers and cheese makers, the menu boasts elegant classics of the highest quality.
This quirky den in Deansgate offers traditional bites with a twist. The garden-themed spot has a certain offbeat charm to it, with a menu of delicious classics. With its unique setting, the restaurant's character makes it one of the top spots for British food in Manchester.
Named one of the best British restaurants by The Sunday Times, this multi-award winning establishment champions itself on local produce and seasonal ingredients. Letting the food do all the talking, the extensive menu caters for every occasion, be it a business lunch, date night or Sunday roast.
Offering one of the best full English breakfasts in Manchester, Masons is a top choice from the crack of dawn straight to the evening. With ingredients sourced from the British Isles, the eclectic menus include classics such as bubble and squeak and Cheshire lamb, as well as desserts such as Eton mess and lavender sorbet.
Offering delicious meals with stunning surroundings overlooking Salford Quays, Pier Eight is the perfect location for a date night. With contemporary, seasonal dining, you'll be treated to traditional British dishes such as seared scallops, pan-fried chicken and herb-crusted pork loin, as well as a gorgeous afternoon tea.
The tag line is 'Best of British' so there's no question about Sam's Chop House. A city centre favourite, this local pub boasts undeniable charm and the food is just as warming as the atmosphere. Don't miss the famous corn beef hash, classic ham and eggs and chops from the grill.