Manchester eating guide for students
From brilliant breakfast spots to delicious late night restaurants, dining out in Manchester doesn't have to cost a small fortune, so keep your student loan down with these tasty suggestions for cheap eats.
Whatever tickles your culinary fancy - from brilliant burgers to barnstorming breakfasts and brunches - there are plenty of very good Manchester restaurants to get stuck into. And with such a sound selection on offer, it can be tricky to whittle down where to head, which is why we've put together what we deem to be the best Manchester restaurants.
The great thing about veggie food is that even meat lovers can enjoy it. Of course, now there are great vegetarian meals in all kinds of restaurants, from Italian to Thai and we've even picked out 11 outstanding vegetarian meals before. Manchester isn't badly served for those of us opting for a meat free diet, so here are some of the best veggie options from around the city.
You've been slaving away at that essay for hours and it's getting late. What's that sound? It's the sound of your tummy rumbling, but fear not. Manchester has a wealth of places to go to for a late night bite.
Met someone special at Frsher's Week? Whether the object of your affection favours laid-back vibes, serious food or French fancies, Manchester's best date restaurants can provide. Good luck.
The humble burger can be a truly wonderful thing. And Manchester's best burgers are up there with the very finest, getting that combination of perfect patty between beautiful bread absolutely spot on.
The Godfather of student eating out must surely be the Italian rsetaurant, with perfect pizzas and pleasing pasta dishes abounding in Manchester's very best Italian eateries.
Manchester's Chinatown, the third largest in Europe, is home to numerous fine restaurants serving both Chinese and Thai food, but you don't have to stay in the city centre to get excellent Thai cuisine - you could even try making your own.
Need something fancy to make you feel sophisticated? Look no further than these delightful opportunities for afternoon teas. But is it pronounced scone or scone?
Just look at the pictures, we really don't need to say anything more...
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