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Albert Square, Manchester
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Albert Square is normally a hive of activity, especially during the Christmas period when the markets are on. The kids love the giant Santa on the roof of the city chambers. Worth a mooch around when ... read more »
A pleasant square in the centre of Manchester, with the town hall in the background. Couple of nice statues, plenty of events often here, currently the Food and drink festival, nice cafes near by. A p... read more »
There ws a food and drink festival at the time we were there, it was a fun experience.. Manchester is great..
Had the delicious bread with beef dripping (didn't want to share). The bone marrow was sumptuous and comforting and the corned beef hash was lip-smacking and moreish. My son's rump steak was extremely flavoursome, but the crab cake that came with my wife's sea bass wasn't tasty or moist enough. Service was good and friendly and the ambiance relaxing. Would go again.
Excellent service and lovely venue. I had spent a good few weeks searching for a suitable venue for a colleague's retirement party and can't believe this was one of the last places I looked at, definitely recommend anyone makes it their first port of call! From the initial meeting with Lawrence who discussed everything with us to ensure all our requirements were met, to the actual evening, everything went seamlessly. The food and service on the night were second to none and a good time was had by all!! Thank you.
Just give this place a fair try. Everyone is helpful and willing to assist in order to make your eating experience a good one. The meal I ordered, chicken breast, was served hot and for once tasted like chicken did in the 1950's, full of flavour, not pumped up fibre board. Oh, and the best bitter is bang on form and they know how to keep it as well as how to serve it. The overall cost is totally reasonable for what you get. If you don't agree with me then try the same luncheon in London, but take your big wallet with you.
I was here for a friends birthday the staff were lovely and extremely accommodating. Full marks.
From start to finish this was the worst dining experience I have ever had. We booked a table for my friends and I for a Christmas meal and they managed to get everything wrong. They got the pre-order wrong, the starters wrong, the menus wrong, the starters came out at odd times and others had to wait, the mains were wrong, the pudding pre-order was wrong so they had to re-order that. They still over ordered for it. The only redeeming feature about that place were the two waiters who managed to give us a lot of free alcohol and free deserts for the catastrophic failure that should have been a simple booking. Overall, it was massively overpriced and generally we experienced a terrible service from the assistant manager.
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