Enjoy a great meal & save money with these special offers & deals at a selection of restaurants in Manchester.


April Featured Offers

Share Argentinian Style Gaucho, Manchester City CentreArgentinian

Sharing: £55.00, A sumptuous yet informal menu that brings you an abundant selection of delicious dishes, perfect for casually sharing with your friends and colleagues in relaxed Argentine style. See menu.

Tasting Menu £30 James Martin Manchester, Manchester City CentreBritish

The Taste of Spring Six Course Tasting Menu: Enjoy a gastronomic experience with our spring seasonal six course taster menu for only £30 throughout April. This Offer is available Monday – Thursday only. View sample menu. T&Cs. The menu will change regularly dependant on the Chef’s selection. This menu runs alongside the main a la carte menu and is available from Monday to Thursday, From 30th March – 30th April 2015. This menu must be booked in advance and is subject to availability. All parties must dine off the same menu. Over 18s only, The management reserve the right to cancel or amend this promotion at any time without prior notice. Click here to book online.

Cocktails and Dreams Smoak Bar & Grill, Manchester City CentreBritish

Thank Mal It's Friday: The weekend has arrived a day earlier than forecast, and it’s going to be a wet one. Get drenched and refreshed with our £5 classic cocktails, signature drinks and glasses of Bubble Time Champagne, every Friday night between 5pm and 8pm.

Chef's Grill Menu River Bar & Grill, Manchester City CentreBritish

Chef's Grill Menu: 3-course lunch, £19.95; 3-course dinner and a glass of wine or prosecco, £24.95. Available every day except Saturday evening and Sunday lunch.

Game of Tapas Dimitri's Tapas Bar Taverna, Manchester City CentreMediterranean

Game of Tapas: Any 5 Tapas FOR £25. Any 8 Tapas FOR £35. Any 10 Tapas FOR £40. Terms & conditions apply.

Lunch and Early Evening Deal Cote Brasserie - Manchester, Manchester City CentreFrench

Lunch and Early Evening Menu: 2 courses for £9.95, 3 courses for £11.90 (available 12pm-7pm).

Set Meal Deal Ruposhi Indian Restaurant, BuryIndian

5-Course Set Meal for £8.95 (Sun-Thu) or £12.95 (Fri-Sat).

Sunday Lunch with The Kids Olive & Vine, DidsburyMediterranean

Sunday Menu: 2 courses, £10.95 plus kids under 7 eat for free when dining with adults paying full price.

Happy Hour Crazy Wendys, DidsburyThai

Happy Hour: 2 courses £9.95, from a special menu. Available 5.30pm-7.30pm. Not in conjunction with any other offer. see menu

Manchester competition

WIN a luxury 2 night foodie break for two in Edinburgh at The Hotel Du Vin. Prize includes £100 travel expenses, 2 course dinner with a glass of wine and bed & breakfast on both days


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Book a Local Hotel Room

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Order a Takeaway

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Matthew Mason

Matthew Mason is Head Chef of The Jack in the Green at Rockbeare, near Exeter -- one of Devon’s most exciting pub/restaurants. No stranger to awards, Matthew is a former South West Chef of the Year and ex-Gidleigh Park apprentice. During the past 17 years, he has helped transform the Jack from a rundown roadside pub into a beacon of superb cooking synonymous with exemplary levels of service. Matthew has teamed up with Sugarvine to answer your cookery questions.

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Alderley Restaurant at Alderley Edge Hotel

The Elizabethan-Gothic style Alderley Edge Hotel, with its panoramic views over the beautiful Cheshire Plain and Derbyshire countryside, is an award-winning hotel with 50 comfortable and welcoming rooms and suites and the much-coveted three rosettes ...more

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Latest Restaurant Review:Iberica, Spinningfields

"Their express lunch represents great value at £7 for the stew of the day or £10 with another side!"
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Each month we welcome Head Chef Jon Los from the four-Star The Bishopstrow to share with you his favourite seasonal ingredients to work with in his kitchen. Following on from the celeriac in last month’s recipe, Jon makes the Savoy cabbage centre sta ...see the full blog and reader comments

Your guide to upcoming events at restaurants, pubs & venues in the area.

    • Thursday 29th to Friday 29th May  |  Market Restaurant

    Cheese & Wine Evening Local Cheeses and English Wine Evening £10 per person (payment with booking) Come and meet The Queen Brie and try some of her cheeses along with English Wine from Origin Wines and Spirits as part of English Wine Week. ...more

    • Thursday 9th to Thursday 30th April  |  Gallimores

    Live Entertainment with James Norton 9th April, 16th April & 30th April 2015. 3 courses only £14.95. ...more

    • Friday 24th April  |  River Bar & Grill

    Louis Roederer Initially founded as Dubois Père & Fils in 1776, Louis Roederer inherited the company from his uncle in 1833, renamed it eponymously and set out to target markets abroad, with concentrated efforts in several countries, including Russia. Tsar N ...more

    • Wednesday 29th April  |  Lime Tree

    Wine Club Join us on April 29th at 7pm for our Spring Wine Club. Discover more about the wines of Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir with a menu showcasing the best of Spring ingredients. Wine Club is fun and friendly and hosted by a speaker, master somelier or ...more

    • Friday 29th May  |  River Bar & Grill

    Gala Dinner For this evening we shall select what we believe to be the best wines. This special menu will comprise of one dish and one wine from each evening of the series; an event not to be missed. Fully inclusive experience priced £120.00 per person.T ...more

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Latest news for diners in the Manchester area.

    • Red’s True Barbeque heading to London

    Smokehouse restaurant group Red's True Barbecue is opening their first site in London this Summer. Founded in 2012 in Leeds by Scott Munro and James Douglas Red’s has a Leeds venue (in Headingley) as well as locations in Manchester and Nottingham it was also awarded the Newcomer Award at the 2014 Ca...more

    • New Moon Co poised to open second Beef and Pudding

    The New Moon Co, one of the North West’s most popular restaurant groups is due to open at the former grade II-listed Noble House site in June this year with their second offering Beef and Pudding. Already well established in Manchester. Run by Paul Newman and Dave Mooney, who also have the Montgome...more

    • La Turka Bistro now open

    La Turka Bistro, Eccles has opened

    • Restaurant closure after 34 years in business

    The Market Restaurant a Northern Quarter fixture since the 1980s, famed for its cosy, cottagey style and award-winning Modern British food. Has closed its doors after 34 years in business. Gary Newborough, said “It was a shock to everyone concerned.” “The Restaurant's shabby chic interior may have...more

    • Nando’s has launched an app for visually impaired and dyslexic diners.

    The app is a free platform that use text to speech software and colour inversion in order to assist people with impaired vision. Menus appear in OpenDylexicFont making it easier for dyslexic customers to read. Around 2 million people suffer from visual impairment alongside 10 million dyslexics throu...more

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