The 29 Manchester restaurants recommended by the Good Food Guide including Dishoom & Erst
Here are all the Greater Manchester restaurants featured in the Good Food Guide.
Anyone who has ever dined out in Greater Manchester knows that the area’s restaurant scene is one of its biggest selling points. There is so much variety when it comes to types of cuisine, price range and overall dining experience, it’s sometimes hard to know where to start.
But if you need more proof that our food scene is up there with the best of them, then look no further than the Good Food Guide, which lists an impressive 29 Manchester eateries.
The Good Food Guide is the UK’s longest-standing and best-selling restaurant guide, established in 1951 by journalist Raymond Postgate. Inspections are continuously carried out by the organisation’s inspectors, who assess each establishment anonymously. Subscribers to the Good Food Guide are also able to submit their own reviews to the online platform.
Of the 29 Manchester places listed in the latest edition, there are three listed as local gems – Pulp Coffee on Hanover Street, Indian restaurant Indique on Burton Road in Didsbury and the Northern Quarter’s TNQ. The rest of the entries are rated on uniqueness, deliciousness, warmth and strength of recommendations and given an overall rating of good, very good or exceptional.
Some of the highlights from the list include the Ramsbottom-based Basque restaurant Batatxuri, 10 Tib Lane, recently described by Guardian food critic Jay Rayner as “full of voluptuous pleasure,” natural wine bar Flawd, Stretford Canteen and Lupo, a cafe in Prestwich known for its fresh burrata imported weekly from Italy.
In addition to those, here are the 20 other restaurants that have made the Good Food Guide.