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  1. Add Manchester Art Gallery Cafe to your Itinerary

    In the gallery cafe you can choose from a selection of freshly made sandwiches and salads, home made soup, hot main courses, desserts, cakes and pastries as well as a wide range of hot and cold drinks.

  2. Add 24 Bar and Grill to your Itinerary

    Chose from exciting, creative dishes using the finest local and regional produce.

  3. Add Little Yang Sing to your Itinerary

    Chinese restaurant specialising in Cantonese cuisine - including special banquets and extensive vegetarian menu.

  4. Add Yang Sing to your Itinerary

    Cantonese dining at its very best.

  5. Add Bali Health Lounge to your Itinerary

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    A Balinese-inspired day spa, relaxation lounge and tea house.

  6. Add Yuzu to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    Japanese restaurant serving a variety of traditional dishes using locally sourced ingredients.

  7. Add Siam Smiles to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    Siam Smiles is a Thai Supermarket and cafe based in Chinatown, Manchester, serving authentic spicy Thai street food.

  8. Add The Bank to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    Built in 1803, this pub is based in one of our most culturally and historically important buildings.

  9. Add Koh Samui Thai Restaurant to your Itinerary

    Offering a wide variety of dishes, all cooked freshly in authentic Thai style.

  10. Add Red Chilli Chinese Restaurant to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    This snazzy sub street level Chinese restaurant combines some of the area's finest food with originality and flair. The bright, cheery decorations include bird and flower glass panel lights suspended from above.

  11. Add Pearl City to your Itinerary

    Pearl City is one of Manchester's oldest and well established Chinese restaurants, serving high quality Szechuan and Cantonese favourites.

  12. Add Hunan Restaurant to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    Hunan have been open since April 2010 and are a high class restaurant in Manchester's Chinatown serving the finest Hunan and Cantonese cuisine.

  13. Add Seven Oaks to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    Traditional pub.

  14. Add Pacific Restaurant to your Itinerary

    Pacific, a contemporary oriental restaurant offering high standards of both Thai and Chinese cuisine. Its light and airy split-level interior serves Thai and Chinese food on separate floors, Thai upstairs and Chinese on the lower level.

  15. Add Beef and Pudding to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    Beef & Pudding serves fine quality, fresh food, locally sourced wherever possible. The main menu is a mixture of pub classics and more unique dishes, with some Manchester inspired dishes such as the Beef’Ham Tower.

  16. Add Red & Hot Szechuan Chinese Restaurant to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    Szechuan has been known as "the Land of Abundance" for thousands of years, its cuisine has also been the most popular of all in China and around the world, ranking No.1 of the Top Eight Main Chinese Cuisines.

  17. Add Teppanyaki Japanese Restaurant to your Itinerary

    Teppanyaki is a unique culinary art, a favourite of Japanese cuisine.

  18. Add Wasabi Sushi & Noodle Bar to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    Serving sushi off the belt, and lots more.

  19. Add China City to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    Modern chinese restaurant and cafe in chinatown popular with the locals.

  20. Add Salut Wines to your Itinerary

    Manchester

    An eclectic wine bar offering choice from 32 wines available by the glass and over 350 wines by the bottle. Lagers, real ales and g&t’s are also available.

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