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Veganuary at The Corn Exchange

The Corn Exchange Manchester

Meat-free dining is becoming more and more popular and many restaurants have taken vegan cooking to a new level in recent years.

The Corn Exchange has so many popular places to eat, you can be sure of a good selection if you’re going for a plant-based diet in 2023.

Many of the restaurants have special Veganuary deals so don’t miss trying meat-free meals at a bargain price in January.

The Real Greek has a special vegan menu where you can enjoy four dishes for just £11.95pp, Banyan has 50% off its menu which includes new vegan dishes including a moreish Greenhouse burger and Tampopo is offering 30% off any vegan main course. It pays to be plant-based in January and with dishes like chilli lemongrass stir fry with its vibrant veg colours, it tastes pretty good too.

Veganuary at The Corn Exchange isn’t a chore, it’s a tempting choice with so many flavours and foods available.

From the endless selection on the vegan menu at Delhi House Café (we recommend the avocado aloo chaat and the Punjabi palak chole) to the glorious vegan-schnitzel at Doner Haus (perfect if it’s your first go at a meat free month), there is something for every palate.

If you like a bit of spice, the vegan set menu at Mowgli is a bargain and full of our favourite bits and bobs whilst the mushroom and veggie Vietnamese curry at Pho is fragrant and fiery all at the same time.

Pizza lovers pick your slice with vegan margheritas and more available at Vapaino, Zizzi, Riva Blu and Pizza Express. Vapiano even have a new selection of vegan dishes. Some are here to stay, some are visiting specials – try them before they go. The pasta puttanesca at Salvi’s is also a personal fave.

Other recommendations include the Sri Lankan burger at Sixes and Cosy Club’s baked vanilla cheesecake. You need a sweet treat to get you through the January gloom.

Fill your Veganuary with a bit of plant-based pizazz from The Corn Exchange and feel amazing.

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    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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    Cosy Club | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Global

    If it’s all-day eating you’re after, all-day eating you’ll get at Cosy Club Manchester, and as you study the menu under the watchful eye of a selection of taxidermy and portrait paintings, you’ll quickly notice that there really is something for everyone here.

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    Delhi House Cafe | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Indian subcontinent

    This slick 2020 addition to the Corn Exchange is determined to do something different to other contemporary Indian restaurants. And it largely succeeds, bringing flair and originality to the well-worn territory of street food and small plates.

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    Döner Haus | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - European

    Döner Haus brings Berlin Kebabs (or kebaps as they’re known) to the Corn Exchange. The menu is supplemented with platters, schnitzel and bratwurst dishes, plus salads if you must.

    There’s a bit of a 70s motorway services vibe going on at Döner Haus, all tan leather banquette seating and lots of brown. It looks good nevertheless and the food looks great, or as great as doner meat, flatbread and their various accoutrements ever can look.

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    Mowgli | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Indian subcontinent

    Purveyor of healthy and often vegan Indian street food and home cooking, former barrister Nisha Katona’s Corn Exchange Mowgli was the second after launching on Liverpool’s Bold Street in October 2014, so this is Manchester’s original branch and technically pre-chain.

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    Pizza Express | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Italian

    The first Pizza Express opened in London in 1965, and it has continued to bring consistent, family-friendly, quality pizza to the masses ever since. The Corn Exchange branch is not the only one in Manchester, but perhaps one of the prettiest.

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    Pho | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Vietnamese

    As you might expect from the name, Vietnam’s national dish pho (pronounced “fuh”) is at the heart of the menu here. Just shy of 20 versions of the nutritious and aromatic noodle soup are cooked fresh daily in the Corn Exchange kitchen.

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    Riva Blu | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Italian

    From the same people that brought Piccolino to Manchester, Riva Blu aims to bring a little bit of La Dolce Vita to The Corn Exchange. Styled on the high society glamour of the 1960s, “modern Italian” cuisine is the name of the game.

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    Salvi’s | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Italian

    Salvi’s – or Salvi’s Mozzarella Bar & Restaurant, to give it its full name – claims to be Manchester’s first independent Neapolitan restaurant and deli, and it is certainly somewhere to head if traditional, authentic Italian cuisine is on your mind.

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    Sixes Social Cricket | Corn Exchange

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    Sixes Social Cricket opened in the Corn Exchange in August 2021, bringing a different kind of sporting experience to Manchester City Centre. Already a popular concept down south, Manchester might not be quite as bowled over with Cricket as it is with football, but don’t let that stop you.

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    Tampopo | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Pan Asian

    The second of their city centre venues, Tampopo Manchester Corn Exchange has the same wok-fresh East Asian menu as its older sister on Albert Square, but with a bigger, more style-led setting. Think statement lighting and tiles, splashes of bright colour, and low-lit individual tables instead of the shared bench seating of the original.

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    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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    Vapiano | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Italian

    Everything at Vapiano is ordered via a QR code once you’re at your table, which may be rather au fait nowadays, but it was one of the first places to adopt this menu method early on. The food on offer here is of an Italian persuasion, with antipasti, fresh pasta and handmade sourdough pizza the stars of the show.

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    Zizzi | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Italian

    In one of the prime locations on the storefront of Manchester’s Corn Exchange, Zizzi is pulling pizza bases and preening its pasta all in the name of bringing people together. Italian food with a few little differences is the Zizzi way. Think carbonara with spicy chorizo crumb or ‘nduja sausage and wild boar linguine.

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