Along with a banging happy hour, Foundry Project is also cutting costs when eating out in Manchester with their £7 lunch menu. There's a curated choice for everyone, with salads, burgers and pizzas all part of the deal.
Cheap Lunches in Manchester
Lunchtime in Manchester always poses an eternal struggle between quality, quantity and cost. It is only lunch after all, but then why should you have to settle for a mediocre meal deal from any city centre supermarket when there are some top bars, pubs and eateries delivering unbelievable quality for low cost. So never worry about lunch again, we've rounded up some of Manchester's best cheap eats so you can make your break a bit happier.
A true bargain spot in the Northern Quarter, Black Dog Ballroom always has a host of deals on come lunchtime in Manchester. On Mondays, food is 50% off, while throughout the week, they stick on a £6 lunch deal, which includes tasty bites such as pepperoni pizza and cheeseburgers.
A dive bar and cocktail haven by night and American soul food joint by day, Cane and Grain is filling bellies for less at lunchtime. Stop by this quirky space on your lunch hour for a pick of classics at £6, including the likes of bacon cheese burgers and pulled buffalo chicken sandwiches.
Saving you some serious pennies, Yard & Coop is bringing cheap eats to the Northern Quarter. Head over Monday - Friday to tuck into £5 lunch deals, with lip-smacking treats such as fries topped with Dr Pepper pulled chicken.
A cool arts space, YES is a great place to spend your lunch hour in Manchester. The kitchen hosts a line-up of pop-up kitchens, including pizza from Pepperoni Playboy which comes in at under £4 for a slice, while Firebird is knocking up cheap burgers.
One of the best pizza restaurants in the world isn't going to leave you out of pocket; Rudy's Peter Street keeps thing below £10. If you're on a tight budget, the classic Marinara is only £4.90, and will definitely see you through until the end of the day.
If you're in need of some comfort food, North Tea Power should be high on your list. The Northern Quarter coffee shop is fronting cheap eats in the form of all day breakfast and smart sarnies. When you're done, check out their tasty herbal tea selection.
You can eat for well under a tenner at Indian kitchen Bundobust. Located in the Northern Quarter, the restaurant is a veggie haven of spicy cooking; we recommend the masala dosa, a warming combination of soup and mini pancakes.
Bringing a taste of Naples to Piccadilly, Franco Manca has become famous the country over for their sourdough delights. Stop by this affordable Manchester restaurant for a quick lunch, with salads and sharing plates if you're not in the mood for pizza.
Their pizza is already a cheap eat in Manchester, but come weekday lunchtime, Crazy Pedro's is taking prices even lower. Grab two slices of their mad inventions, along with a soft drink for only £5 - ever tried a nacho-topped pizza before?