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Support local this Valentine’s Day

1 year ago

You’ve surely noticed by now, a pink mist has descended over the UK. Valentine’s Day is on the way, but don’t stay home with an M&S meal deal this year – support your favourite local restaurants and take advantage of some great dining out offers.

From Valentine’s high tea, to taster menus and specially crafted cocktails, Manchester is awash with love.

Below you’ll find a collection of Manchester restaurants offering Valentine’s menus and offers that are way better than a floppy bunch of flowers from the supermarket.

  • 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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  • Grand Pacific - one of the most romantic restaurants in Manchester for Valentine's Day.
    Book Now Manchester City Centre

    Grand Pacific


    Grand Pacific is the work of Living Ventures and it easily outshines its sibling venues in terms of pure glamour. Not in a big chandeliers, glass and chrome Spinningfields way, but with a decadent blend of colonial Raffles-style grandeur and some of the best of the city’s Victorian architecture.

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  • yard and coop fried chicken and chips NQ
    Northern Quarter

    Yard & Coop Manchester


    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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  • Book Now Deansgate

    San Carlo Manchester

    Restaurant - Italian

    San Carlo is Manchester’s most famous and, some say, best Italian restaurant. Run by the Distefano family, it’s said to have one of the largest turnovers in the UK. It’s also the place to be papped and you’ll sometimes see a bank of photographers outside to prove the point.

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  • San Carlo Bottega in Selfridges, Manchester
    Book Now Manchester City Centre



    With its floor-to-ceiling views over Exchange Square and chic Selfridges setting, Bottega is  a stylish spot for cocktails, lunch or dinner.

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  • Cocktails served at San Carlo Fumo in Manchester city centre
    Book Now Oxford Road



    With its terrace overlooking Oxford Road and its much-photographed spiral staircase, Fumo is a favourite spot in Manchester for dinner and drinks with friends.

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  • One of the dishes served at MUSU in Manchester
    Book Now Spinningfields



    The Japanese word MUSU translates as ‘infinite possibilities’ and while Chef Patron Michael Shaw’s quartet of menus may not be infinite they are certainly unique for Manchester at least. With a combination of Japanese and more locally-sourced ingredients, the guest is invited to choose the way they prefer to dine at MUSU.

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  • Sunset at Australasia in Manchester city centre



    Pacific Rim fusion fare for the fashion set. The undeniable theatre of the place, the approach of the staff and the craft of the food make any occasion feel like a million dollars at Australasia.

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  • Namii Kitchen and Cocktails is a Confidential Guides recommended Christmas party venue.
    Chinatown (Manchester)

    Namii Kitchen & Cocktails


    It’s got neon, it’s got pastels, it’s got faux foliage, it’s got innovative cocktails and it’s got Pan Asian cuisine with a definite lean Vietnam-wards. It calls itself “authentically modern”, but faithful to the Vietnamese way of life, it recommends ordering food for the table, tapas style.

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