Manchester's top ten restaurants according to feedback from diners has been revealed and it’s as good as you can expect.
Booking website Open Table have taken information from over 400,000 user reviews to create a well informed and customer first list of our cities top ten restaurants.
So who came out on top? Lets find out..
1. Bar San Juan, Chorlton
2. Volta, Didsbury
3. Sterling, City Centre
4. Indique, Didsbury
5. Sonata Piano and Cabaret Lounge, City Centre
6. Riva Blu, City Centre
7. Indian Affair, Chorlton
8. The Ivy, Spinningfields
9. The Old School BBQ Bus, Oldham
10. Blue Eyed Panda, City Centre
It’s no surprise the beloved tapas restaurant managed to grab the number one spot, between filling out tables nearly every night of the week to its cult following, it’s a deserved accolade. The List in our opinion is a fair representation of Manchester’s food scene with a lot of smaller names cropping up which is refreshing when you can often be bombarded with obvious choices in situations like this.
Robin Chiang from Open table had this to say: “Dining in Manchester is up for special occasions year-over-year, and we anticipate that this trend will continue for Father’s Day. If you need inspiration on where to celebrate, OpenTable offers tools and resources to help diners personalise their experience, including data backed Diner Choice lists, filters and special restaurant experiences.”
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