Here’s the 33 Manchester restaurants that made it into this year’s Good Food Guide

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Greater Manchester has seven new entries in the latest Good Food Guide, which features the best restaurants around the country.

There’s a 33 restaurant strong selection on offer, making it tricky to whittle down where to head. This is why we’ve put together a handy list of our very favourites below.

Adam Reid at The French, The Midland Hotel’s fine dining restaurant, makes it to the Top 50 restaurants in the country, climbing one place to number 17 since head chef Reid took over last year.

New entries to the 2018 edition include Where the Light Gets In, a restaurant with no menu, which endeavours to tell a story through a selection of unusual dishes and eclectic plates, opened in an old coffee warehouse in Stockport’s Old Town last year.

Here’s that list in full.

Manchester

Albert Square Chop House; Australasia; El Gato Negro; Green’s, Didsbury; Indian Tiffin Room; The Rabbit in the Moon; Hawksmoor; Umezushi; Hispi, Didsbury; TNQ;

LunyaManchester House; The Refuge; Teacup Kitchen; The Lime Tree, Didsbury; The Pasta Factory; Volta, Didsbury; Wing’s; Yuzu

Stockport

Aamchi Mumbai, Cheadle; Where the Light Gets In; Easy Fish Company

Bury

Baratxuri, Ramsbottom; Levanter, Ramsbottom; One 88, Whitefield

Rochdale

Nutters, Norden

Tameside

Lily’s Vegetarian Indian Cuisine, Ashton-under-Lyne

Trafford

Sugo, Altrincham; Porta, Altrincham

Bolton

Provenance, Westhoughton

Salford

Vero Moderno

Oldham

The White Hart at Lydgate, Saddleworth

Bon appetit!

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