Manchester House: The Review

The choice of restaurants up North are pretty overwhelming, ranging from the cosy vibes of the Northern Quarter all the way through to the 5* Michelin style around the city centre.  I have been planning for a while to try out Manchester House.  Firstly, it’s not always easy to get a booking.  Luckily this slot was available for my wedding anniversary so I was hoping for it to be even more special.  The restaurant location itself isn’t great.  You have to go to a 18-22 Bridge Street, it’s like a tower block but once you go up the elevator, it opens up to a truly stunning. contemporary interior.  The views are really nice during the evening.  Perfect time to book!





IMG_9606Manchester House is home to Chef Patron Aiden Byrne who exquisitely buts his twist on the Great British menu.  Once your there you have a choice of the 10 course, 14 course or a la carte menu.  We opted for the 10 course which was brilliantly put together.  Every taste was married up with an unusual ingredient, but somehow, it worked!  The food itself is impeccably put together and its so pretty to look at, you almost don’t want to eat it…silly as that sounds.  Once you have experienced eating here, you will really want to come back.  It’s an intimate restaurant, there’s no blazingly loud music in the background, even the chatter of other customers seems to be minimal. The staff were are so helpful and the steady flow of food allows you to really enjoy each and every dish as it is served.  If you want to find out more or make a booking, visit Manchester House.


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