Where to eat in Manchester

Wednesday 29 October 2014 by Jo Redman Manchester has over 300 restaurants in the city centre, offering an impressive selection of cuisines from British, Spanish and Italian, to the exotic worldwide delicacies of Thailand, Brazil, and the Caribbean. Here are a few of our favourites that we would recommend for you to try.

Where to eat


Australasia provides modern Australian cuisine is blended with Indonesian and Southeast Asian influences at Australasia for an incredible taste experience.

Jodi from SACO Manchester says: ‘This is one of my favourite restaurants in Spinningfields. It’s just amazing. The food is delicious and the interior is just gorgeous. It can get really busy, so make sure to book a table.’

63 Degrees

63 Degrees is an intimate family run restaurant where the food is modern French cuisine at its best with locally sourced fresh ingredients.

Andrea from SACO Manchester says: ‘Friendly, knowledgeable staff make 63 Degrees a memorable evening in the heart of Manchester.’

Sapporo Teppanyaki

Sapporo Teppanyaki has a warm welcome from the moment you enter whether you’re in for lunch, a big night out or drinks with friends.

Jodi from SACO Manchester says: ‘Perfect for groups, large parties, as well as couples and everyone in between, Sapporo is the hottest place to enjoy the most delicious and sensational Japanese cooking experience.’


Ning was established in 2006, this Malaysian restaurant & cookery school is in Manchester’s Northern Quarter and home to Europe’s leading Malaysian chef.

Andrea from SACO Manchester says: ‘Serving fresh, authentic and award-winning Halal food with a twist of style and individuality, this is oriental chic with Northern Quarter charm.’


Wing’s is a five star restaurant in Manchester city centre conveniently located close to Albert Square in the centre of the City. Wing’s offers the finest Cantonese cuisine and a large range of wines from around the world in a plush and comfortable environment.


The name Zaika translates from Hindi to mean ‘Sense of Taste’ and this is the ethos behind the innovative menu with an emphasis on refined yet creative Indian cuisine. Zaika’s menu incorporates both traditional classic flavours and original dishes that blend eastern flavours with a western twist.


Serving traditional Greek and Cypriot cuisine, Rozafa’s brings a touch of Greece to Manchester.

Andrea from SACO Manchester  says: ‘A family owned restaurant with traditional values that guarantee you a special occasion all year round, Rozafa’s is a Greek experience you’ll want to have time and time again.’

Want to find out more?

Hopefully we’ve tempted you to try out some of these delectable restaurants, but take a look here to see a full list of restaurants in Manchester.

SACO Manchester is located in the vibrant Northern Quarter, close to many of the restaurants, cafes and bars of the city; so simply take a short stroll back to your apartment after a long day and an evening meal, for a relaxing good night’s sleep.  

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Jo Redman Marketing Director

Jo Redman joined SACO in 2004 after 11 years in the travel and telecommunications industry leading teams of people to deliver sales results with a strong emphasis on providing exceptional customer service. In recent years Jo has provided the strategic direction and management to take the company’s marketing capability and SACO brand forward, with a strong emphasis on bringing the brand to life through SACO teams and people. Jo is also an Engage for Success (EFS) Ambassador. EFS is a movement committed to the idea that there is a better way to work, a better way to enable personal growth, organisational growth and ultimately growth for Britain by releasing more of the capability and potential of people at work. ”It’s all about the people” – could be Jo’s mantra

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