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Kids eat free: 6 Manchester restaurants parents will like too

7 months ago

If you want a kids eat free deal somewhere you’ll actually look forward to going, this list is for you. We’ve picked out six cool Manchester restaurants offering free kids meals this February half-term, from NQ independents to brunch favourites to vegan hotspots.

And if you need inspiration for what to do and see after you’ve eaten, check out our guide to Things to do in Manchester for February half term.

Your Manchester day out with the kids just got an upgrade.

  • The Root private dining room at Banyan Corn Exchange
    Book Now Manchester City Centre

    Banyan | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Global

    Banyan in Manchester’s Corn Exchange has something for everyone and one of the best outdoor drinking and dining spots in the city.

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  • Buttermilk Chicken Burger and Rosemary Fries at Bill's Restaurant Spinningfields Manchester
    Manchester City Centre

    Bill’s Spinningfields

    Restaurant - European

    Bill’s has come a long way since it was a market café. The family business is now a sizeable chain but in Bill’s Manchester at least, you’ll still find a warm welcome, some pretty special specials and a crowd-pleasing selection of dishes that sometimes manage to deliver rather punchy flavours. You will be pleasantly surprised.

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  • Dishes at Ducie Street Warehouse
    Manchester City Centre

    Ducie Street Warehouse

    Restaurant - Modern British

    Ducie Street Warehouse is all sorts of things, but one of those things is a restaurant. It’s an all-day affair with everything from classic brunches to late-night cocktails. On the menu you’ll find a good selection of small sharing dishes and large plates – it’s a sociable kind of place. And of course, you’ll also find Ducie Street Warehouse’s signature focaccia flatbreads.

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  • Purezza in Manchester city centre is a vegan pizza restaurant.
    Book Now Northern Quarter


    Restaurant - Vegan

    Sitting in the old Dough Kitchen spot in the Northern Quarter, Purezza is yet another pizza restaurant for Manchester – but one with the distinction of offering solely vegan pizza and a menu that has many gluten-free items.

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  • Book Now Manchester City Centre

    The Real Greek | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Mediterranean

    One of two The Real Greek restaurants in Manchester (the other is at the Trafford Centre), The Corn Exchange venue brings Greek and Mediterranean cuisine to the city centre – from the same company that brought Franco Manca pizzas to the north.

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  • A range of dishes from Yard & Coop
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    Yard & Coop Manchester

    Restaurant - American

    We’d rather see a restaurant that does one thing well than one that does a wide variety of dishes to the same average standard. Yard & Coop Manchester is firmly in the former category. It serves buttermilk fried chicken and that’s about it, unless you’re a veggie in which case you can have halloumi instead.

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