I'm lilred from Manchester. I've been Qyping since 23-05-2009
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185 Dickenson Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester M13 0YN
Chico’s is a pizza/kebab takeaway located in the Victoria Park area of Manchester. The food here is quite cheap and they do a free delivery service if your order is over £7. The pizzas are pretty good, although the base is a tad on the thick side for my liking. I usually go for a kebab, only order a large one of you’re starving as they are HUGE. The burgers are pretty tasty too.
67 Station Road, Cheadle Hulme, Stockport, Greater Manchester SK8 7AA
Nice traditional pub not for from Cheadle Hulme train station. The food is very good, a little on the expensive side though, as are the drinks. There’s a good selection of beers and real ales and a fairly big beer garden, perfect for a warm summers day! This seems to be the pub a lot of people go to after work and on their lunch hour so it can get quite busy. Service is always quite good though
167 Burton Road, West Didsbury, Manchester, Greater Manchester M20 2LN
Rhubarb is located on Burton Road in West Didsbury, which if you know the area, is positively drowning in eateries. Rhubarb stands out for me as the food is simply amazing. They offer a set menu (£14.95 for 2 courses or £16.95 for 3)which is a little limited but great value for money. The a la carte is extensive and a foodie’s dream, although quite pricey. The place has a nice relaxed atmosphere with pleasant and friendly staff.
3 Grafton Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester M13 9NZ
Tucked away behind Manchester Royal Infirmary, this traditional pub is a great place for an after work pint. There’s a pool table and a juke box and the bar offers a decent selection of beers and real ales. The food is excellent, with some unusual choices on offer (kangeroo, wild boar). Also puts on a great quiz night on a Wednesday
105-107 Princess Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester M1 6DD
I remember this place when it was still called Mutz Nutz. Poptastic is the main reason to go here, a camp cheesy night for bopping around to. Great atmosphere, never seen anyone in here with a bad attitude. There’s usually a cheap drinks offer on so its not an expensive night out. Not sure if they still do it but they used to serve tequila slush puppies, brrrriliant!
101 Princess Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester M1 6DD
Holy posing scenester batman! If you like wearing the same studded belt, drainpipe jeans and band t-shirts as everyone else, whilst professing how much of an individual you are, then this is the place for you!
A few years ago, Satan’s was an OK night out. The music was a mixture of metal and rock and the free bar was a good reason to go. Now, it mainly seems to play emo/indie music, which I hate. Full of posers
111 Princess Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester M1 6JB
The New Union seems to the type of place people either love or hate. I’ve only been a couple of times but I’ve liked it as a place to start a night out. The atmosphere of the place is friendly and there’s often some entertainment on in the form of a drag queen. Much less pretentious than some of the other bars on Cabal Street.
7-9 New Wakefield Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester M1 5NP
Font is situated just by Oxford Road train station. A colourfully decorated place mainly frequented by students, this place offers a great range of beers for a good price. Both food and drink are quite cheap for the area, with offers on cocktails available some nights of the week, although they aren’t fantastically made. Worth a visit
14 Oxford Road, Manchester, Greater Manchester M1 5QA
Owned by the same people as Odd in the Northern Quarter, Odder is located on Oxford Road just opposite the BBC. A quirky little bar, this place offers a good selection of beers and spirits. The food is pretty good and not overly expensive. I think the drink prices are a little steep though.
3 Princess Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester M2 4DF
This interesting little restaurant is situated just by Manchester town hall. The decor is very dated (think 1970s indian restaurant, sort of) and its a little bit dark and dingy. The staff aren’t the most attentive but I’ve seen worse. The food is….not great to be honest. Its pretty much all a variation on a theme (meat and, um more meat). As a colleague of mine said “Its basically just posh kebabs”