Street Food in Manchester

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

Last updated on 9th July 2020




A great pick for Mexican-inspired edibles, Luck, Lust, liquor and Burn is a great place for margaritas, burritos and tacos. From their all-encompassing 'Tapout Burrito' where £25 will buy you one of the biggest edible adventures of your life to pocket-friendly fare such as their bean and pepper cheese taco, this Northern Quarter plot is coming up street food trumps. 

A great choice for Indian street food and craft beers, Bundobust never disappoints. Think okra fries, bhaji butties and paneer tikka washed down with drinks from natural wines and IPAs to quirky cocktails.

Sandinista

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Hailing themselves as 'food for the soul', Sandinista have a laid back street food temperament with their selection of small dishes and tasty tapas-style morsels. From patatas bravas and chorizo asado to chocolate churros, expect an atmospheric environment with a top street food selection to boot. 

Not only is Escape To Freight Island looking like a top spot for immersive entertainment, roller disco, retro arcade games and festival takeovers, but the urban market also features street food in the form of Voodoo Ray's pizza, Baratxuri's grilled meats and tacos from Madre. Wash that all down with craft beers from Camden Town Brewery and Salford's Pomona Island.