This former Wesleyan Chapel stacked high with art is a spectacular backdrop to global food such as mojito chicken and turtle beans with jalapeno salsa (£14) or delicate smoked salmon with Earl Grey sauce (£7), accompanied by the pick of Manc microbrews from Runaway and First Chop. Finish with a cherry pot with vanilla cream (£5) or a salted caramel and chocolate martini (£6.50). Meat is sourced from local supplier Lee Frost. The 60-cover interior is an elegant revelation after its recent history as a series of Indan restaurants, designer Michael Maddocks making the most of a dramatic space with pendulous lighting and striking wall art. There are films on permanent projection on the wall in this charming hang-out.