Food V Man: The Top 5 Manchester Eateries

Food V Man: The Top 5 Manchester Eateries

Food V Man: The Top 5 Manchester Eateries

We’re spoilt for choice when it comes to the best places to grab a bite in Manchester Eateries. From beastly burger joints to Indian street food to Pan-Asian inspired eateries, the food scene up North is vibrant and the choices are endless. So, without further ado, we’ve pulled together our favorite five mouth-wateringly good eateries that won’t disappoint.

Luck, Lust, Liquor & Burn (100-102 High St, Manchester M4 1HP)

Based in the heart of the Northern Quarter, LLLB (for short – it’s quite a mouthful every time!) brings you bold Californian style Mexican food mixed with an extensive range of craft and bottled beers. The guacamole is freshly smashed at your table and the breakfast burrito is hands down the food of champions. We also recommend the tacos, nachos, chicken blasts… pretty much the whole lot.

Cottonopolis (16 Newton Street, Manchester, M1 2AE)

This Asian inspired bar restaurant sets itself apart from other meat-centric establishments that the Northern Quarter has to offer. This former tailor’s studio offers small plates from their bustling open kitchen, along with an impressive menu of European and locally brewed beers, spirits and cocktails. The menu is based on four themes; ice, steam, fire and oil and their Bao Stuffed Buns are not something to be missed.

Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza (9 Cotton Street, Manchester, M4 5BF)

Listed as one of the best pizzerias in the world, Rudy’s can be found hidden away in the up-and-coming Ancoats area (formally known as Little Italy in the 19th Century) serving up Neapolitan style pizzas in easy going settings. Queues are almost inevitable, so arrive early and be ready to feast.

Volta (167 Burton Road, Manchester, M20 2LN)

Based in the leafy Manchester suburbs (West Didsbury to be exact), Volta may be on the smaller, intimate side but its menu is mighty. From small plates to Sunday Roasts, their menu is inspired by the owners’ adventures around the world, back when they were DJs before they decided to open this popular neighbourhood as a top 5 Manchester Eateries.

Kettlebell Kitchen (5 Great Ancoats Street, Manchester, M4 5AB)

Another gem located in the new food district of Ancoats, Kettlebell Kitchen is handily located across the road from Pure Gym so it is always bustling daily with those on-the-go fitness fanatics and those wanting a guilt-free takeaway. The menu is completely ‘clean’ but it would be a hard task to not find something on the menu you didn’t like…Halloumi fries, protein pizza, shakes and even syrup waffles.

We've also discovered that the to go outfit for eating out has to be the either a classic pair of white jeans or a stylish pair of ripped jeans.