Mark Addy - © Ben Rowe/Time Out
Head chef Robert Owen Brown's food is the stuff of legend among Manchester foodies. His latest venture has seen him transform the previously underwhelming riverside Mark Addy into a sumptuous dining experience.
In the bare brick dining room of this former boat landing station, you can sit back and watch the river flow by while enjoying the signature black pudding potato cake with poached egg (£5.75) or the monthly six-course Gourmet Evenings (£30, last Wed of the month).
Locally sourced ingredients are paired with the best produce from microbreweries and an extensive wine-list that more than matches the quality of the food.