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unusual restaurants manchester

Sure, you could tuck into some Nando’s or enjoy a Bella Italia, but sometimes it’s fun to eat somewhere a bit more unique, serving dishes you’re not used to or in a bizarrely themed building. So if you’re based in Manchester and want to mix things up this weekend then check out some of the following restaurants. Plus, if you’re not based in Manchester, don’t hesitate to get in contact if you’re seeking advice around hotels and serviced apartments in Manchester.

My Lahore

This British Asian restaurant has some incredible Indian curries on offer, but then a section of the menu is dedicated to cheese lovers (like us), with options like chilli cheese nuggets, cheesy tortilla strips and cheesy garlic bread, not to mention a hefty milkshake list. But if this didn’t sound odd enough, the bright euphoric design looks like something out of an 8 year old kids dream!

Three Little Words

Whether you’re heading here for some tasty lunch or some naughty cocktails, you will find plenty of options. Located at Manchester Central within the arches, this shapes the architecture of the building and creates a very interesting design. Three Little Words is loved for their Sunday roasts, being arguably the best in the city. It’s also known for having a wide selection of gins, so why not add a G&T to your order.

All Star Lanes

Forget sitting down the whole time you’re eating, why not mix in some bowling! Not your conventional restaurant, but my dream one! Plus how can you say no to mac n cheese. If you don’t mind getting a little bit tipsy earlier in the day then you can enjoy the All Star Lanes bottomless brunch.

Crazy Pedro

Seriously, if you think this restaurant is a bit unusual, take a look at their website. Seriously, I’ll wait, take a look. Available in both Manchester and Liverpool, Pedro’s is a great option for pizza lovers. The walls are coated in animated drawings of Mexican wrestlers, I mean, what else do I need to say!

Flight Club Manchester

The first rule of flight club, have a game of darts. This is a bizarre mix between a darts venue and a restaurant, serving some great sharing mini platters that are always brilliant if you’re in a big group. If you have a group over 30, such as a team building event or an office Christmas party, then you can hire out a fair chunk of the bar for your team, which sounds like a brilliant idea!

Are you a Mancunian and know of any others I might have missed out? Do let me know, I’d love to update this article over time and add in any new and interesting restaurants that are launched. Let’s keep Manchester fun! Also, don’t forget to have a read of my list of things to do in Manchester.

Written by | tombourlet

Tom Bourlet is the creator of Spaghetti Traveller and has been addicted to travelling ever since taking a roadtrip across the USA.

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