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Review: Bukhara Banqueting and Restaurant, Cheetham Hill

Manchester is a city rich with restaurants. It's London’s smaller and arguably cuter cousin. Not a week goes by without a new restaurant opening, dishing...

Restaurant review: Store Street Exchange at Doubletree by Hilton Manchester

When we bought our first house in 1976, it boasted all mod cons. An avocado bathroom suite and a pine-panelled kitchen with a built-in...

Review: The Original Modern Mr Cooper’s at The Midland Hotel

Mr Cooper, it appears, is now homeless. His house and garden have been removed from the restaurant on the corner of Peter Street and...

Bottomless brunch Japanese-style at Shoryu Ramen

Certain phrases have a knack of evoking a smile. “You look great today!” A classic. “I love your style!” Always a winner. “You're more fun...

Restaurant review: Indian Tiffin Room serves real Indian street food in...

Has the delicacy of the food that was the hallmark of the original Indian Tiffin Room in Cheadle been compromised at its First Street...

The award-winning Manchester restaurant that’s brimful of incredible Indian cuisine

Incase you didn't know, Asha's Manchester is a restaurant serving Indian cuisine and signature cocktails with award-winning status. You may well have heard of Asha...

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: Ivory Bar and Grill has plenty to sink your teeth...

You can wait for what feels like a lifetime for one decent restaurant and suddenly three turn up at once - a bit like the...

Review: Provenance Food Hall & Restaurant, Westhoughton

Fifteen miles north west of Manchester is the former mining and cotton town of Westhoughton. It's also known to locals as Keawyed (Cow Head)...

Review: The Laundrette Manchester on First Street is not for delicates

First Street has slowly created a reputation as one of the most happening places Manchester, particularly if you’re a fan of good food, craft beer...

REVIEW: Browns Brasserie & Bar launch (too many) new menus

When I first came to Manchester in the 90s, the gay scene was thriving whichever way you swung. Three of my fondest memories crazily...

Review: Squid Ink – good food, cooked well

In a month that's seen Ancoats named the UK's hippest district, it's only right that my first I Love Manchester review of the year...