Wine and Dine
Manchester is one of the most diverse and cosmopolitan cities in the UK, and we enjoy gastronomy from all around the world; hence the popularity of Chinatown, the Curry Mile and Italian restaurants such as San Carlo, Don Giovanni’s and Rio Ferdinand’s brainchild; the palatial, spacious Rosso. Everyone loves to indulge in unusual dishes, as fusion food is extremely common if you choose to dine in upscale places; and the welcome addition of James Martin’s restaurant in the 235 casino means that the North West will be treated to all sorts of gourmet delicacies. Mixing vanilla with salmon may seem like rather a strange concept; but it works incredibly well as it just adds to the flavour. A lot of us may recoil in horror at the thought of snail porridge and bacon and egg ice-cream; but Heston Blumenthal has proved over the years that experimentation makes for one heck of an exciting evening. The ‘Fat Duck’ is crammed with diners keen to experience a taste sensation; and you have to wait for months to secure a table.
The Manchester Food and Drink festival is in full swing; and the Town Hall is full to the brim with pop-up vans and kiosks peddling their wares to hungry workers, students and families. Kids will no doubt be tempted by churros, pancakes and waffles and those who want to sample exotic dishes will be enticed by the idea of Vietnamese street food, authentic Indian kebabs and Mexican staples such as nachos, burritos and chimichangas. If you prefer where not to buy generic buy klonopin 80 mg viagra buy diazepam gel online more traditional British fodder then you can always head on over to the Albert Square Chop House stand, where their world-famous corned beef hash is being served up fresh to order; and you also get 20% off in the restaurant should you opt to indulge in a tub of meaty goodness.
The Hub is commencing its second session on Wednesday 2nd October; where you can consume countless crepes or instead try some rare, premium Llama sausages and Zebra steaks. Local ciders, ales and perries are all on offer in the roomy Beer Tent; so you can eat and drink to your heart’s content. You still have a week to make your way to the Town Hall as the festival ends on the 6th October; so why not pop along and see what catches your eye?
We know all about great food and fine wines here at The Mitre Hotel, as we boast one of the finest restaurants in Manchester City Centre and provide top of the range Manchester City Centre accommodation at extremely reasonable rates. Accommodation in Manchester City Centre can indeed be luxurious yet affordable; as we have proved with our impressive tariffs and boutique guest rooms. Restaurants in Manchester City Centre do not get any better than the Gastro; especially since we have given our menu a bit of a revamp; so call The Mitre Hotel today on 0161 834 4128 and get ready for a night of haute cuisine without having to pay over the odds for the privilege.