Since opening in early 2018, Cibo (pronounced chi-boh) has made quite the impression on Manchester’s Italian food scene. It’s an effortlessly classy restaurant – laid back but with a firm commitment to serving the finest Neapolitan cuisine this side of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Bringing you real Italian food from the heart their chefs focus on simple cooking with the finest, freshest flavours inspired by passion and love for the cuisine.
Enjoy a variety of signature dishes in a distinctive and relaxed cool café environment, where modern meets tradition letting you to temporarily escape to the city of Naples. Located just off Deansgate, Cibo is perfectly positioned close to hotels, theatres as well as public transport links.
You can expect a range of wonderful Naples-inspired dishes, cooked according to authentic Italian techniques with the freshest ingredients available.
Pasta plays a major part on the menu, naturally, including acclaimed courses such as the classic lasagne, cannelloni packed with hearty ricotta cheese and grilled Mediterranean vegetables, or the mouthwatering gnocchi con nduja, which combines those delightful little dumplings with unforgettable spicy pork, buffalo mozzarella and fresh basil.
You’ll also find a whole range of unique risottos, pizzas and a number of carefully-crafted vegan starters, mains and desserts. And if you want gluten-free pasta you only need to ask.
Plus there’s a fantastic ‘fresh fish of the day’ menu, featuring everything from seared king scallops covered with grated pecorino cheese, to pan-fried Anglesey sea bass.
Meat-lovers will be impressed by the grill menu’s selection of locally-sourced, 28 day aged sirloin, fillet and ribeye steaks.
You’ll find it in the very heart of the city on Liverpool Road, just off Deansgate. It’s the kind of place that works for all occasions: you can pop in for a quick daytime coffee, a bite to eat for lunch or a full three-course evening meal.
If you’re excited by the thought of an authentic Neapolitan experience in the centre of Manchester, look no further.