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Two new Sunday roasts are raising the bar when it comes...

Manchester isn't short of places to get a decent Sunday roast. But the recent launch of two new city centre menus has really raised...

El Gato Negro now serves Spanish inspired brunch and Sunday roasts...

There's no shortage of great weekend brunch spots in Manchester - or Sunday roasts, for that matter. But now, El Gato Negro's brand new...

Sunday roast platter and interactive Bloody Mary bar launches at The...

There's certainly no shortage of restaurants offering up a great Sunday roast in Manchester. Now there's a new kid on the block. The Refinery already...

An A-Z of where to get a proper Sunday roast in...

A hearty Sunday lunch is one of the very best British traditions, and in Manchester it includes everything from rare breed meat to social sharing...

Review: Sunday lunch at Store Street Exchange

I have this theory that the art of cooking was invented by the poor. However precious we get about cheffing these days, it all...

Alternative mouth-watering festive menus to feast on in Manchester this winter

It's that time of year again. Christmas is just around the corner and it's time to start planning your festive feasts. Turkey with all...

TOP 10: Battle of the Sunday roasts in Manchester city centre

Over the past three months we’ve been out and about looking for the best Sunday roasts in Manchester. We know there are some worthy...

Battle of the Sunday roasts: Abel Heywood NQ – no ordinary...

So here we are. Abel Heywood. The last contender in our quest for the best Sunday roast in Manchester. It's a good job too...

Battle of the Sunday roasts: Gorilla is good fun, nice beef...

Under the railway arches on Whitworth Street is where you will find the well-oiled machine that is Gorilla. There are two floors of bustling bar...

Battle of the Sunday roasts: Tariff & Dale bar and kitchen...

Tariff & Dale is the big white building set in this impressive former cotton warehouse on the corner of Tariff Street and Dale Street....

Battle of the Sunday roasts: Sam’s Chop House serves the best...

Sam’s (Victorian) Chop House is what I would call a proper boozer. Established in 1872 by local businessman Samuel Studd, it’s traditional, cosy, with...

Battle of the Sunday roasts: Neighbourhood gets a makeover but what...

Neighbourhood has had a makeover. Never a shrinking violet, the already indulgent glitzy interior has been opened out and made even more glamorous. The...

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