MCR House, arguably Manchester’s finest restaurant, has been awarded 3 AA Rosettes at a glittering award ceremony that was held at The Grosvenor London on Monday.
“…fine cooking served in an informal, fun
and funky way.”
Situated in Tower 12 in Avenue North Spinningfields, Manchester House has two levels; the top 12th floor lounge bar with unique 360° views and a 76 cover restaurant on the second floor, exquisite in its edgy design, with Aiden and his team situated at the centre of the action. The menu encapsulates the ethos of Manchester House with beautiful ingredients put together in a way you may not expect.
The kitchen at Manchester House is Aiden’s playground. Head honcho Tim Bacon spoke of his admiration of the head chef: “Aiden is a nice, genuine guy. It’s very hard not to like him. We’re very fortunate to have found each other. Everything is as you see with Aiden; no hidden agendas.”
Collecting the award, Head Chef Aiden Byrne said: “Receiving such a prestigious accolade is a great reward for all of the hard work that the whole team at Manchester House put in.
“We pride ourselves on offering fine cooking served in an informal, fun and funky way. Consistency is key for us, we ensure every guest receives the whole unique experience of dining at Manchester House.”
Manchester House, recently the subject of a BBC documentary, Restaurant Wars, has been open for one year this month and has quickly become a star of the Manchester dining scene. The restaurant only ever uses the highest quality ingredients to create unique dishes, combined with a high level of service, something clearly recognised by the AA restaurant inspectors.