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According to STEAM figures, tourism generates £2.5bn to the economy of Greater Manchester directly through food and drink service. Needless to say, the restaurant and bar scene in Manchester is booming, and with the largest increase in the number of places to eat and drink in comparison to other major cities in the UK, Manchester has become a bit of a destination for gastronomic adventurers. Manchester’s got every base covered for foodies – which means just about everyone.

She Says, He Says Review: Lunchtime dining at Manchester House

Have you ever read a restaurant review and disagreed with it? Or been to a restaurant and had a completely different experience from your...

Review: 20 Stories delivers sky high dining with prices to match

Everyone’s talking about Manchester’s highest new restaurant, 20 Stories. Social media is awash with photos of the view. And it is indeed breathtaking, offering...

Raising the steaks: Hawksmoor Manchester just gets better with age

You know the Hawksmoor drill: beef, wine, cocktails and proper puddings. All the best things in life, done simply, and done well. The Manchester branch...

Good Grub Pubs: The White Hart Inn at Lydgate

There’s no better way to spend the weekend than a long leisurely visit to one of our glorious countryside pubs. Sitting outside and supping...

REVIEW: Shoryu brings a little ramen royalty to Piccadilly Gardens

Japan. A place where you spend dawn watching as morning mists part to reveal emerald carpets of bamboo forest and spend dusk strolling through...

Review: Brasserie Blanc creates animated ambience in a splendid setting

Airport hotels, eh? Same the world over. Restaurants with a captive audience of disinterested in-transit diners, often eating alone while reading a book or...

Playful, thrilling and downright delicious: new menu at The Rabbit will...

Oysters, eel, raw prawn, lobster crisps, beef cheek, wakame seaweed... There's plenty on The Rabbit's new menu that could seem daunting. But dive in...

Food review: affordable luxury at The River Restaurant, Lowry Hotel

Whatever the big foodie trends of 2018 eventually turn out to be, one aspect of dining out that's been evident for some time is...

Good Grub Pubs: Hare & Hounds, Mill Brow

Ever heard of The Good Pub Guide? Here at I Love Manchester we are compiling our very own Good Grub Pub Guide. No longer just...

Review: Adam Reid at The French, The Midland Hotel

A final snub from Michelin at the start of this year saw the early exit of Simon Rogan from one of Manchester's finest restaurants,...

Review: One88 Kitchen & Bar, Whitefield

When it comes to eating out I'm a bit of a city centre girl. Anything outside the city centre - and sometimes even in...

No waste and plenty of taste at this Spinningfields gem of...

Tucked away on the first floor of The Range, the swanky golf course and clubhouse in Spinningfields, Albatross & Arnold may not immediately spring...

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