Sapporo Teppanyaki Manchester Restaurant Review: May 2019
With over 15 years’ experience serving Japanese cuisine in the UK, Sapporo Teppanyaki Manchester which opened in 2005 and is situated just around the corner from the Museum of Science and Industry is a city centre hot spot that is worth a visit.
Along with the warm welcome and service from both Callum and Saeed, the Japanese themed surroundings set the tone and ambience for a fab evening of entertainment and dining.
Pre-nibbles included the yummy lotus root crisps with wasabi mayonnaise, all washed down with a mocktail and Sapporo beer.
As our Master chef prepared, we enjoyed starters of chicken gyoza and vegetable spring roll, vegetable tempura and vegetable hoso.
Honest Burgers Manchester – Review: May 2019
Marvellous Manchester, great news, Honest Burgers have arrived in town, located on Bridge Street, slap bang in Manchester city centre.
Manager Chelsea, Wonderful waitress Holly and all the team are an amazing bunch, informal, friendly and fabulous!
Interiors are relaxed with a mix of open brickwork, natural muted colours, booths, tables for two and sharing tables if you feel in the mood to socialise.
Honest is the place to go for bob on burgers and a bit of banter too! My ultimate fav burger at honest is the perfect Plant Burger, a vegan lushness from Beyond Meat with vegan smoked Gouda, rubies in the Rubble Chipotle ‘Mayo’, red onion, mustard, lettuce and those lovely little punchy pickles.
Honest like to mix things up a little, so a recent collab with Mother Clucker, brought us a fab fried chicken, bacon and cheese burger to the menu served with pepper sauce, lime mayo, pickles and lettuce.
INNSIDE by Meliá Manchester Hotel – Review: March 2019
Just a short walk away from Deansgate and Manchester Central, INNSIDE is located in the vibrant and fabulous First Street development in the heart of Manchester city centre.
The inviting reception area, with their branded #Worktripping welcome mat, a clean contemporary space, with floral décor and a nice touch is the unique Manchester themed graffiti art on the central column.
The seating and chill out zone at the hotel reception area provides a relaxed spacious and stylish space to kick back and relax.
COSMO Authentic World Kitchen Manchester Review: March 2019
Located on Deansgate in Manchester City Centre, COSMO Authentic World Kitchen is the perfect place to go if you want to travel the foodie world minus the air fare.
Since opening in 2003 COSMO has expanded across both the UK and Ireland. Making an ideal place for a family gathering, catch up with friends or a delightful date night.
After a major refurbishment, décor now has an Asian influence, a smart set up, with stripped wood, a beautiful water fountain and beautiful bar area.
Base MCR Manchester – Review: December 2018
Base MCR, located in Manchester city centre, in a super cool and quirky railway arch space. Fully kitted out with bar and seating area where you can enjoy a pre-match bite to eat and drink before battle begins.
Try their Veggie dogs or hotdogs with lashings of red sauce and mustard, with salted or peanut butter pretzels and swizzle sticks.
Make you way down to the Base Bar Batting Cages and the lovely Tez aka Base Bar employee and all-round lovely lad, will I am sure, look after you just as amazingly well as he did throughout our visit.
Get kitted up and then the Base MCR team will prep you for a super awesome session.
Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester City Centre Review: May 2018
The 5-star iconic Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester is located in the home of Manchester’s historic Free Trade Hall and is the original home to the Hallé Orchestra, which is steeped in history and old school decadence and charm.
Originally, built in 1853 to commemorate the repel of the corn laws and sympathetically refurbished in 2004, retaining original features such as the façade, to create this stunning five-star hotel, with spa, restaurant and a bar.
Make your way through the airy, impressive and exquisite lobby, which hosts a mix of eclectic contemporary décor including a giant cockerel, bold Buddha head and some interesting wall art.
Grafene Manchester Dinner Review: April 2018
Grafene is a unique cutting edge innovative restaurant and bar located in upmarket King Street in Manchester city centre. Owners Paul and Kathryn, with a wealth of experience behind them, used this knowledge to bring Manchester a modern British menu, with food being locally sourced where possible, to all be enjoyed in a relaxed setting.
Décor is an mix of industrial, with earthy coloured upholstered seating, softened with fabrics, fresh flowers and amazing artwork. All this along with the wide-open windows, that allows for masses of natural light, has brought the countryside indoors, vamped up with some city edge.
Seating includes intimate tables for two, booths for larger gatherings with friends or family, and a discreet private dining area, that is offset from the main room, which gives the feeling of privacy without being cut off from the atmosphere.