Pulled Pork in Manchester
Slow cooked, a South American staple and one of the most sought after dishes at any self respecting BBQ faring restaurant bar, pulled pork has made its mark on Manchester's meaty ranks. But where to find such a lip smacking delicacy? From boisterous pulled pork burgers to smoked brisket accompaniments, we've cultivated the cream of Manchester's pulled pork crop. Check out our recommendations for the best places to lock your lips around a luscious mound of pulled pork in Manchester.
A brand new NQ babe with Grain in its name, Cane and Grain is a must-try for all pulled pork tinkerings. Heralded for their South American inspired chow alongside a true list of bourbon babes, those heading to this Northern Quarter nook will be impressed by gruff flavours, beaming plates and stunning interiors.
One of the most unique venues in Manchester courtesy of its in-house bowling lane and bar, pulled pork patrons can discover their delicious fill at a destination like Dog Bowl, as American orientated chow comes as standard. From their £15 D.B toting pulled pork, smoked brisket and bourbon bbq sauce, to their pulled pork sandwich with 16 hour slow cooked pork shoulder, it's dripping and delicious.
Another great new joint on the Manchester meat eating scene, Bourbon and Black does exactly what it says on the tin. A lush restaurant bar with more bourbon that you could wiggle cut-glass at, there's only four words that we want to share with you: Woodford Reserve pulled pork.
One of Manchester's newest must-try destinations for dripping meats and delicious mounds, Red's True Barbecue are artisans of pulled pork and patrons of cool interiors. So hows about that pulled pork offering. From their pulled pork sandwich with its glazed bun and apple sauce, to their boisterous 'Pit Burger' with its dill pickles, streaky bacon, sliced brisket and brioche bun at £15.95, it's hearty and proud.
A burger institution that knows no bounds, Almost Famous are strictly famous for their piled high patties. So how does their pulled pork fare? Well folks, it's darn well up there indeed. Heralded for beefy mounds topped with BBQ smothered pulled pork, Almost Famous don't play by the pulled pork rules.
You needn't stick to the city centre for your pulled pork fix as a hop, skip and slight jump to Chorlton will have you swimming in the good stuff. From 16 hour slow roast pulled pork, to their 18" pulled pork 'pile-up', Morley's Cheeks pay due care and attention to the fine art that is pork pulling.
A seriously fun sit-down affair when it comes to Southern American style chow in Manchester, SoLIta are known for their carefully cured meats, mighty selection of boisterous burgers and their own inka grill, but how does the pulled pork fare? Spread over a beef and bone marrow patty with onion rings, buttermilk chicken and Monterey Jack cheese at £16.90, this pulled pork is just, well, divine.
This darling destination may be known for its slap up selection of hand-made cakes and delicious sugary endeavours, but Home Sweet Home are harbouring one of the city's best kept pulled pork secrets, and it's a pile-up, literally. A pulled pork pile-up with sweet potato fries, pico de gallo, apple slaw and bbq sauce, this is hearty chow made with hand-made charm and mighty mounds of meat.
You want one of the biggest and best selection of pulled pork in Manchester? Your wish is Luck, Lust, Liquor and Burn's command. A seriously South American style eatery with urban panache, Luck, Lust, Liquor and burn are champion of dishes such as the 'Alabama Smaller' with pulled pork and chipotle bbq sauce, and their ever infamous 'Triple Threat' at £9 with double cheeseburger, pulled bbq pork and redneck sauce.
Amping up their antics with some of the slowest cooked pork in the city, this heralded BBQ destination know no bounds when it comes to sloppy seconds, in fact, you'll be asking for them. From their 18 hour slow cooked pork with jalapeno cornbread and homemade slaw, to their serious Southern tasting platter with pork, brisket and pork belly ribs for £12.95, it's price friendly and more than pork promising.