As one of the most popular cities in the UK, it’s no surprise that Manchester has some fantastic places to eat. Manchester’s most prestigious restaurants may come at a price, however, the standard of service, in combination with the standard of ingredients definitely makes up for the extra cost.
When dating escorts in Manchester, it’s important to set the atmosphere so that you can make the most of any time you spend. Whilst some restaurant chains in Manchester are smelly, crowded and high-pressure environments; other’s still provide a warm atmosphere to accommodate your evening. Below I aim to outline which are my favourite restaurants in Manchester and which I would recommend taking our Manchester escorts to.
The Hawksmoor is known throughout Manchester as being the best steakhouse in Manchester. With prime cuts, exquisite service and a great atmosphere I’d definitely have to recommend a visit for those who aren’t on too tight a budget. In terms of the quality of food, you’d be hard-pushed to find anywhere in Manchester that buys in such supreme meat and seafood.
The performance of the staff inside Hawksmoor always amazes me. There’s a distinct difference between the staff here and most other restaurants in Manchester; when dining in Hawksmoor visitors can expect a show of great éclat and finesse. Located in Deansgate, Hawksmoor is within walking distance of any inner-city transport link, making access to this fantastic restaurant simple and straight-forward.
Monday: 12–3pm, 5–10pm
Tuesday: 12–3pm, 5–10pm
Wednesday: 12–3pm, 5–10pm
Thursday: 12–3pm, 5–10pm
Friday: 12–3pm, 5–10:30pm
Saturday: 12–3pm, 5–10:30pm
184-186 Deansgate, Manchester M3 3WB
Tattu is a mordern Chinese restaurant and Bar, located in Manchester and Leeds. The Manchester restaurant boasts absolutely gorgeous interior design, a fantastic menu that will literally suit anyone’s needs and a truly excellent atmosphere. If you’re looking for a restaurant in Manchester that will blow the mind of your date, make sure to visit Tattu. Inside the restaurant you’ll notice that they have taken the finest care and attention to detail when designing both the look of their restaurant and the menu itself.
I also love the Tattu Website; through the use of dynamic imagery, videos and a well laid-out home-page, users have no trouble learning more about the restaurant. A great reason to visit Tattu is the common low-quality of Chinese restaurants and take-aways; in contrast to this trend, Tattu uses high-quality cuts and highly skilled chef’s to prepare authentic Chinese food at it’s best!
Monday – Thursday: 12pm – 3pm / 5pm – 10.30pm
Friday and Saturday: 12pm – 10.45pm Sunday: 12pm – 10.30pm
3, 4 Hardman Square, Gartside St, Manchester M3 3EB
If you’re a fan of dining in Northern Quarter, Manchester’s “trendy district”, make sure to check out Enuva NQ. This restaurant offers a contemporary Spanish menu which includes tapas, wine and mains. Perfect for a summers day, Enuva NQ offers a welcoming atmosphere, the “best chefs from Madrid” and the ability to purchase a “full banquet” if you’re so inclined.
With restaurants in both Deansgate and Northern Quarter, it’s evident that Evuna has done a great job of enticing the population and Spanish food isn’t exactly that easy to come by. For a sweet change to the same old menu, I’d definitely have to recommend a visit to my favourite Tapas and Spanish restaurant in Manchester, Enuva.
Monday – Saturday: 12pm – 10pm
Sundays: 12.30pm- 9pm
79 Thomas St, Manchester M4 1LQ