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Where to eat and drink in November

4 weeks ago

From super-cool Thai BBQ dining and cocktails to brand new NZ-themed dining from kiwi natives. Try authentic Taiwanese bubble tea in Manchester’s historic Corn Exchange, head to the NQ for a surprising plate of sushi and seek out some of the best restaurants in town at some of the best hotels in town.

Here’s where we think you should eat in November.

  • Lamb rump with potato rosti and broad beans served at 10 Tib Lane, a French restaurant in Manchester city centre.
    Manchester City Centre

    10 Tib Lane

    Restaurant - French

    10 Tib Lane is one of the brave new openings of summer 2021; a time when securing staff and supplies, never mind diners, is an ongoing challenge for everyone. 

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  • Manchester City Centre

    Blinker Bar

    Bars

    The name for Blinker Bar comes from a forgotten classic three-ingredient cocktail made from rye, grapefruit and raspberry. It’s this curious collection of ingredients that inspired ex-Gordon Ramsay bars boss Dan Berger to create a menu that changes seasonally but still honours the classics.

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  • Manchester City Centre

    Croyaki Tea | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Chinese

    Right on trend, Croyaki Tea is a bubble tea cafe that has made the trip from Hong Kong to settle right here in Manchester. Its tea, which is imported from Taiwan, is freshly brewed and prepared daily to an exacting formula.

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  • Book Now Northern Quarter

    Dive Bar & Grill

    Bars

    With live DJs every weekend, a menu full of small plates and specials, and HD screens to watch live sports and events, Dive Bar and Grill is one for date nights and day drinks no matter what the weather.

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  • Book Now Cumbria

    Henrock

    Restaurant - Modern British

    Opened in 2019, Henrock is part of Simon Rogan’s family of fine dining restaurants – set within Linthwaite House Hotel in the fells above Windermere. Here you’ll find seasonal ingredients, inspired by flavours and techniques discovered on the team’s travels around the world.

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  • Book Now Manchester City Centre

    King Street Tavern

    Restaurant - British

    Part of the King Street Townhouse hotel, with its luxe bedrooms and rooftop terrace boasting infinity pool and views of the Town Hall, the Tavern is an all-day dining destination that serves British classics and encourages sitting, sipping and socialising at a slow pace.

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  • Book Now Manchester

    The Laureate Restaurant

    Restaurant - Global

    So named because of Manchester University’s 25 Nobel laureates, The Laureate Restaurant is a large and luxurious space located on one of the higher floors of Manchester’s Hyatt Regency Hotel.

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  • Book Now Manchester City Centre

    Neon Tiger

    Restaurant - Thai

    Meaning “grill house” in the rural northern Thai regions from whence it hails, Baan Yang offers a method of cooking and smoking meat and veg over flames, barbecue style, and teams well with the casual “urban drinking space” concept of Neon Tiger, both booze and food served late.

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  • Book Now Lancashire

    sō-lō Restaurant

    Restaurant - Modern British

    Rocking up in the picturesque village of Aughton in West Lancashire, renowned chef Tim Allen (whose Flitch of Bacon bagged Essex’s only Michelin star in 25 years) loved the sandstone building and sunny terrace of the former Seafood Pub Company Wine Bar, and sō-lō was born.

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  • Book Now Manchester City Centre

    Tahi

    Restaurant

    Located within Oxford Road’s newest neighbourhood, Circle Square, sustainable and ethically minded Tahi delivers classic Kiwi cuisine with Maori hospitality, via a menu championing the best ingredients created on site by the kitchen team and in-house bakery.

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