The Best mid-range Dining Experiences in Manchester

Posted by Tom Sumner on Apr 16, 2018 4:30:24 PM

So you're looking for a bit of fancy? Something a bit different? Something that you can invite your fun friends to? You're also looking for something that isn't going to leave you boracic-lint skint

So, in honour of these restaurants that cut out the fat and pomp, let's cut to the chase. Here are some of the best Mid-range dining experiences in Manchester. Emphasis on the experience. 

Teppanyaki, Chinatown


From the outside, Teppanyaki looks rather unassuming and uninspiring. Inside, however, it establishes itself as one of the most unique mid-range dining experiences in Manchester. It all starts with the cooking style. 

Teppanyaki refers to the style of cooking.The word teppanyaki is derived from teppan, which means iron plate, and yaki, which means grilled, broiled, or pan-fried. That's exactly what you'll get from Teppanyaki, no gimmics. 

Dining at Teppanyaki becomes quite an insular experience as you and your party are sat around an iron plate cooking surface where a chef will be stationed. He will cook your meal right in front of you. The barriers between chef and dining have long been established, Teppanyaki tears them down. Open up a dialogue with your chef, have a chat with him about football (like I did) while he sears your teriyaki beef.

This is the beating heart of Teppanyaki and what makes it such a unique experience. The power of conversation and jovial fun cannot be understated. It's place in dining is undervalued. Teppanyaki understands.

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1761, Spinningfields

2 Booth Street, M2 4AT 1761 website

On the corner of Booth Street you'll find a two storey building with windows that span the entire corner, providing the perfect vantage point for those inside.  Comfort and luxury is delicately balanced inside with full length drapes, chandeliers. The tables, which look like they're made from the industrial barrels of yore, hark back to Manchester's industrial roots. 

1761’s menu celebrates the best of British too, with many ingredients sourced from local growers, producers and suppliers. In fact, EVERY penny spent at 1761 stays in Manchester and supports the local economy.

Brunch, lunch, dinner and drinks are all served with the aim of giving a fantastically British experience; a modern take on classic dishes with a touch of luxurious old style glamour.

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La Vina, Deansgate

105/107 Deansgate, M3 2BQ.

With dark oak furniture, candlelight and steel supporting beams - you'd think at any moment a devilish outlaw might burst through those swinging saloon doors and start a shoot out. In reality it harks back traditional Spanish inns that would offer small plates, known as tapa, to cover patrons drinks when flies came buzzing. 

With events like 'Fine Wine Thursday' offering 35% off selected bottles of wine, there is always something going on at La Vina.

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Topics: dining, midrange


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Laura Springer

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