Situated on Manchester’s Booth Street, 1761 is an independent, British restaurant that’s passionate about fresh, seasonal and locally sourced British food. Served by people who care. Chef Oliver Walker won young Scottish chef of the year and most recently worked as Head Chef at The Botanist. His menus offer British Classics with a modern twist, with much of the fresh produce sourced from The Manchester Fruit and Veg people. Signature dishes include Corned Beef Hash, where the salt beef is braised in-house for 24 hours to enhance flavour and texture, then cooked for 12 hours to finish. There’s also their Three Rivers Gin battered fish and chips with 'secret recipe Manchester caviar' and the ‘life-changing’ Popcorn cockles. Drinks are inspired by the city too with the signature 'This Is The Place' cocktail using edible pollen and served with the famous poem by Tony Walsh attached. 1761 is open from noon until 10pm daily and don’t miss the atmospheric Lily’s Bar is hidden away below. Click here to book a table at 1761.
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