European Food in Manchester
Whether your fear of flights, the fare, or the sheer magnitude of Europe has hampered your chance to try everything when it comes to continental, never fear, the ever cultural Manchester is here. From tantalising tapas destinations and Italian endeavours, to some of the best pub grub in the business, we've uncovered some of the finest nights out and nibbles that some of Manchester's best European destinations have to boast. Check out our recommendations for some of the best places to discover and divulge in European food in Manchester.
What once was Fyg, now is Wood. And what once was delicious, it still pretty delicious thanks to their truly stellar selection of European inspired dishes. A darling deli serving mains up until 5pm, and platters all day, Wood boast the likes of Spanish inspired plates with anchovies, stuffed mini peppers and patatas bravas, to their cheese boards with down right delicious cheeses from the world over.
Sally on down to the delicious confines of Spain with an adventure at Revolucion De Cuba as this hot to trot party bar in the heart of Manchester boast a plush and rustic cantina boasting only the most sprightly of tapas wares. From pan fried chorizo and spinach empanadas to large plates and international desserts, there's a blend of the exotic and the European all rolled into one at this top notch tapas destination.
Sure, Rosso is truly infamous for its proud footie proprietor Rio Ferdinand, but there's not just a celebrity status to be found in the midst of this opulent restaurant bar. While the menu is ultimately international, Rosso's Italian offering is both delicious and deluxe. From artisan meats and salted beef with grana padano, to Sicilian antipasto and fresh hand-made fettuccine, this is one of the most bespoke Italian meals you're set to find in Manchester.
A Parisian plot through and through, you'll be able to divulge in some truly French fare at a destination like Montpellier's. From indulgent chicken cassoulet with merguez sausage and onion, to the likes of the ever infamous croque monsieur and French duck egg omelettes, the menu isn't strictly European, but their Parisian style chow and continental cocktail are most certainly on point.