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What a little gem went last night,have been before what a difference ,bright and cheerful staff were fantastic plenty of choice on the menu,and the food was absolutely fantastic, thank you for making our evening very specialMore Stables Restaurant, Hyde reviews
Called by chance loved the place really good food place was packed fair priced good service would recommend the placeMore Indian Plaza Restaurant, Bar And Takeaway, Audenshaw reviews
Just had lunch in the Refuge and it was very nice indeed and what a great gaff! Salt cod croquettes delicious!More Refuge By Volta, Manchester City Centre reviews
Without doubt the best chicken sandwich I have ever had. A gourmet lunchtime treat in the this new Whitefield restaurant co-owned by the talented chef David Gale. Will be back at night for a more leisurely feast and get stuck into their wine list!More One 88 Kitchen, Whitefield reviews
Love this place! My favourite in Manchester by far. It has it all. Bar, tunes, restaurant, space, architecture. Been a a few times, latterly to use it as an office in the day time which they have been encouraging.More Refuge By Volta, Manchester City Centre reviews
Food was of great standard and staff were delightful. Deco was very elegant and chic. We went for brunch and even though it was the official first opening day, we were not disappointed. The free ranged pouched eggs with spicy tomatoes, served on toasted bloomer bread was every bit as tasty as it looked and seasoned to perfection. The slight spice of the tomatoes and the dressing complimented the creamy poach eggs perfectly. The Chef also came to great us which was a very nice touch. Highly recommended.More 188 Kitchen, Whitefield reviews
Well, she could have eaten it afterwards. Pray, tell how else you may check the moistness of cake without touching or eating it? I very much doubt she stuck her finger in it then put it on your plate! Also, no cutlery? So you ate with your fingers, stuck your finger into your cup of tea to stir it (if you had a hot drink), you didn't think to maybe... Ask? Restaurants get busy, someone may have been off sick. You can't always get cover which can cause a backlog. Think about the situation they could be in behind the scenes and not just what you see. And maybe have some respect for the hard workers there! Signed, the director of a food and drinks business in the UK (not affiliated with John Lewis)More John Lewis Cafe, Trafford Centre reviews
The idea of quality vegetarian Indian street food and craft beer is an excellent one and Bundobust pull if off very well indeed. The subterranean dining room has a cool and relaxed vibe. Much of it is shared bench seating, though I'd prefer my own table. A really great selection of beers and I quenched my desire for hoppy Indian Pale ales. Food was excellent and 3 of us shared a platter for 4 with a couple of extra dishes. I hate eating with plastic forks and the food was awkward to extract from the small paper bowls. Though I get the street food vibe, we were not on the street so proper crockery would greatly improve the experience. That aside I would recommend Bundobust.More Bundobust, Manchester City Centre reviews
The Cafe in the John Lewis store in the TC sells the best scones I have ever tasted in my life. I make a point when I visit to go there just so I can eat one of these delicious cakes. Gorgeous!More John Lewis Cafe, Trafford Centre reviews
Great Chippy,I love fact that they always have Gluten Free Fish and Chips because my partner is celiac.Its spotlessly clean and very welcoming.keep up the good work.More Reel English Chippy, Salford reviews