Street Food in Manchester

While many think street food is a delicacy reserved for outdoor shenanigans and tasty trucks, some of Manchester's finest edible patrons have cultivated cracking menus for you to dabble in this cultural fare, and right at your very table. From sassy patties and premium South American chow to plates laden in international flavours, there's no shortage of unique palate pleasers. Check out our recommendations for bars and restaurant to try some of the best street inspired food in Manchester. 

A cool Northern Quarter plot for Mexican inspired edibles, Luck, Lust, liquor and Burn is a great place to gander a menu of boisterous burritos and tasty tacos. From their all encompassing 'Tapout Burrito' where £30 will buy you one of the biggest edible adventures of your life, to pocket friendly fare such as their bean and pepper cheese taco at £6.50, Luck, Lust, Liquor and Burn are coming up street food trumps. 


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Hailing themselves as 'food for the soul', Sandinista really have this cool and laid-back street food temperament down with their selection of small dishes and tasty tapas style morsels. From patatas bravas and chorizo asado to chocolate churros, Sandinista pride themselves on an atmospheric enviroment with the street food selection of fare to boot. 

Red's True Barbecue

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Consider burgers and BBQ fare to be the ultimate street food babe? Heck, so do these chaps. An American inspired eatery in the heart of Manchester, Red True Barbecue are known for their premium patties and towering street style chow. From housemade beef jerky and jalapeno poppers to their pulled pork pit burger and off-kilter donut burger, Red's will ravage your palate with some truly encompassing American flavours.