Restaurants, Thai Central Manchester

Now with restaurants in major cities across the country, Chaopraya has had mixed fortunes in it's time in Manchester.

it opened to an ecstatic flurry of praise with both the food and the venue achieving the right balance of quality cuisine, great service and impressive setting. And then...

Build 'em up, knock 'em down.

Good to see that once again then Chaopraya is back in favour as the food is very good - not the best in the city but up there - the venue is truly impressive if you want ultra designed spaces, and the staff are welcoming.

By: Rob Martin


Venue name: Chaophraya
Address: 19
Chapel Walks
off Cross Street
M2 1HN
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 12.00pm-10.30pm Sunday 12.00pm- 10:00pm

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This is a very pretty restaurant in a great central location. It's clearly very popular and offers deals to suit different budgets.

I found it enjoyable but not spectacular. Perhaps the fault was the set menu, which, though tasty, didn't really offer anything new. That's not 100% true. The set menu did include a duck curry with strawberries, grapes and mango which was interesting.

I did very much enjoy the triple cooked pork and my rum cocktail (Black Thai only?) so it was an enjoyable and relaxing experience with quick efficient service. I'll be sure to order from the a la carte menu to try and find a hidden gem.