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Manchester food and drink

Explore the eclectic Manchester food and drink scene and you’ll experience tastes and flavours from around the world. Traditional Manchester pubs in Castlefield and the city centre serve locally brewed beer alongside British favourites and a ‘proper roast’ on Sundays.  Alternatively, explore the influence of the multicultural population by heading to Curry Mile or China Town. Sit back and enjoy a filling Indian, Pakistani or Asian meal with all the trimmings. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at how much food you’ll get for your money. Between attractions satisfy your hunger with a visit to the many Manchester food markets and artisan cafes.

Where to eat?

However you like to dine, you'll find a Manchester restaurant precinct to suit your requirements. Enjoy a relaxed and affordable meal along Manchester's famous Curry Mile. Be spoilt for choice as you explore the many Indian, Pakistani and Middle Eastern restaurants. Out for a special occasion? Head to the new Corn Exchange, Northern Quarter or a little further out to the nearby village of Didsbury.
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Where to have a drink?

Cosy pubs, trendy cocktail bars, and live music venues… Mancunians are ‘madferit' all. Head to Deansgate for upmarket drinks in wine bars and cocktail dens. During the summer, the only place to socialise is in a good beer garden. The traditional pubs in Castlefield are where you'll find one. Alternatively, soak up the city's thriving music scene in the boho Northern Quarter.
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Where to find a good coffee?

The coffee scene in Manchester is on the up. In busy shopping areas you'll find well-known coffee chains, but if you're willing to look a little more carefully you'll find independent cafes and roasters popping up across the city. To find them, look towards artsy areas like the Northern (Cultural) Quarter and MediaCity. Deansgate, Cheadle and Salford are also independent cafe hotspots.
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What are the best food markets?

Manchester food markets are a great place to stop for a quick bite to eat, or for locally sourced produce. Piccadilly Gardens hosts weekly street food markets, while the Northern Quarter varies its market fare from week to week. Travel a little further for foodie treats and you'll discover the well-established Makers Market and award-winning Bury Market in Greater Manchester.
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