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Tartare and game chips at The Lamb of Tartary
Tartare and game chips at The Lamb of Tartary
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The Lamb of Tartary

Restaurant - British

The Lamb of Tartary is the latest venture from the team behind The Edinburgh Castle. It uses the same tried and tested recipe of period pub atmosphere mixed with takes on classic British cooking. The food is pub fancy; the pork has an address – Otterburn Farm, to be precise – but there’s football on the telly so it’s nicely un-fancy in its own way too. As good a place for a pint and some pork scratchings (home made) as a whole Cornish lobster with hollandaise.

As well as some impressive all-day dining options, The Lamb of Tartary is also a good place for brunch because the menu offers something different to the usual eggs benny and nutella pancake stacks. How about brown crab benedict instead? Or bacon chop, fried egg, beans and chips instead of the ubiquitous full English?

Sunday lunches are impressive with a range of quality meats, all with their provenance and life history as part of the deal. As well as all the trimmings, it’s options like Belted Galloway beef and Barbara Davis’ Tamworth pork chop with a great sharing option of a whopping beef on the bone too.

The Lamb of Tartary is a great addition to the Northern Quarter because there is very little like it in the area, and quality pub food in relaxed but classic surroundings is always a good shout.

Lamb of Tartary, 16 Newton St, Manchester M1 1AE, UK
Tel: 0161 236 5144 lamboftartary.co.uk/menus Our review Read 17/20
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