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The River Restaurant (British)
The Lowry Hotel
One of the region’s most celebrated dining spots. A truly British menu using seasonal British and local ingredients where possible. A key to this restaurant is it’s modern and comfortable approach to it’s food and service, making a top quality dining experience both affordable and accessible for everyone. The restaurant combines contemporary and classical designs in this stunning light filled oasis, overlooking the waters of the River Irwell.
1 The Avenue, Spinningfields, Manchester
Modern Australian cuisine combines Pacific Rim flavour with strong European foundations, a blend of Indonesian and Southeast Asian influences. Its strong ties with China and Japan have also helped determine the style of cooking, particularly the Japanese desire for perfection.
San Carlo (Italian)
42 King Street West, M3 2WY
A leading and respected food critic in the UK says that this restaurant group is “the best Italian Restaurant outside of London”. The extensive menu provides the true essence of a Italian cooking in a contemporary surrounding. Order some seafood and a bottle of Vermintino and you would imagine that you are dining in Costa Smeralda, even if the rain is still falling on the Manchester streets.
1 Lincoln Square, M2 5LN
We've got a Chinatown that is second the 3rd largest in Europe. But sometimes you want for a little more than paper napkins and fortune cookies. By more we offer you Wing's, a truly five star restaurant offering the finest Cantonese cuisine and attentive service. The Michelin Guide has ranked this as one of the best restaurants in the city and for good reason. Booking are highly recommended as the restaurant only has 15 tables.
Gaucho Grill (Argentinian)
2a St. Mary’s Street, M3 2LB
Gather your carnivorous buddies and experience the true essence of Argentine life. A rigorous attention to obtain the finest quality ingredients at source combines with a spacious, opulent grade II listed building giving you a truly memorable experience.
43 Spring Gardens, M2 2BG
Housed in an imposing, 114 year-old, Grade II listed building and serving fantastic Italian cuisine. Owned by Manchester United footballer Rio Ferdinand, the luxurious setting make it a great venue to impress the special one in your life to a romantic meal or enjoy a leisurely meal with friend. You really get the feeling once you’ve arrived that you just want to spend the night taking in the atmosphere.
Vermilion (Thai/Asian Fusion)
Hulme Hall Lane,M40 8AD
This 3-storey luxurious and opulent restaurant is one of the “hidden gems” of the city. Overseen by one of Thailand’s most well respected chefs, Master Chef Chatchai Jangprai. It is a great treat when the food, service and ambiance combine to deliver such a memorable experience. And after your meal you can retire to one of the six ‘cocoons’ in the hip Cinnabar upstairs.
Sam's Chop House (British )
Stanley Street, M3 5EJ
A city staple for the locals. Sometimes people just want to relax and go to a non-formal restaurant and enjoy great food. Sam's will deliver you with a relaxed pub feel and great British classics. Inspired by the best seasonal produce, this restaurant will appeal to lovers of traditional and simple fare.
Church Lane, Prestwich, M25 1AJ
As mothers say, it is rude to keep secrets. So to ensure that I don't get in trouble, I thought I had better share this little gem with you. The new hidden spot serves amazing traditional British food in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The chefs have a wealth of experience from some of the top restaurants in the country.
Restaurant Bar & Grill (European)
14 John Dalton Street, M2 6JR
The Restaurant Bar & Grill serves great, simple dishes in a modern and stylish environment. If your looking for a great menu that offers a wide ranges of choices then look no further. This atmospheric restaurant has real buzz from the stylish crowds that love the Manchester weekends.
The Market Restaurant (British/European)
108 High Street, M4 1HQ
The Market Restaurant is a true independent, located in the uber cool Northern Quarter. The restaurant focuses on the fundamental principles of seasonal, honest produce with classic British cooking. Forget the chain restaurants and go to one of the longest standing restaurants in the city for the classics done well.
East z East (Indian)
Blackfriars Street, M3 5BQ
A good curry is not just a post night out food and if it was then I would be out every night to get a taste of this menu. Modern restaurant on the banks of the River Irwell serving high quality authentic Indian food. Forget about the long trip to the over rated curry-mile and stay local with some great traditional Punjab cuisine.
Sapporo Teppanyaki (Japanese)
91-93Liverpool Road, M3 4JN
If your looking for a unique dining experience then Sapporo Teppanyaki is well worth a visit. Serving traditional Japanese cuisine with all the flair and showmanship of Teppanyaki style cooking. A great restaurant to take the the family and enjoy the atmosphere.
Chapel Walks, M2 1HN
From the centuries old tradition of Royal Thai fine dining...to Bangkok's bustling street markets, and the glitz and glamour or contemporary cocktail culture. More of a journey where old East meets new West in a blend of Thai cuisine and cultures.
Aubaine (French Bistro)
Located on Level Two of Selfridges, the Restaurant incorporates floor to ceiling windows, reflecting the true style of Aubaine, perfectly located, overlooking Exchange Square, positioned right in the heart of the city centre. The restaurant offers dishes to include a starter of octopus carpaccio with fennel, chilli and olive oil. Mains to include lobster linguine and pig cheeks with Dijon mustard. Guests can meet, eat and drink from early morning to early evening.
The Lowry Hotel has an onsite car park and offers valet parking. For all visits during the day there will be a charge of 8 pounds per car and for all overnight stays a charge of 15 pounds will be applicable.
On - site parking at The Lowry Hotel is subject to availability and we reserve the right to allocate spaces for overnight residents of The Lowry Hotel.