Bundobust offers the best Indian street food in the city and the menu, which combines delish nosh with some very drinkable craft ales, makes for a thoroughly indulgent night out. Entirely vegetarian or vegan, the combo platters are especially good. Be sure to try the rajma, one of the best curries in the UK.
Manchester is one of the UK’s most exciting cities – and the Northern Quarter is one of its most fascinating and happening districts. The area centred around Oldham Street has it all: cutting-edge bars, bougie cafés, world-class record shops, eclectic street art and much more, all surrounded by characterful architecture that bears the marks of the area’s rich industrial Victorian history.
If you were to distil Manchester, with all its mighty history, cultural wealth and social buzz, into one area, it’d be the Northern Quarter. After all, there’s a reason why we named the Northern Quarter one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the entire world last year.
Wondering where to get started with this marvellous ‘hood? Well, wonder no more. Here’s our ultimate guide to what to eat, drink, do and see in Manchester’s Northern Quarter.
RECOMMENDED: Full guide to the best things to do in Manchester