Have you recently booked a staycation in Manchester and are browsing what this great city has to offer? Our stunning Serviced Accommodation in Manchester is located a short distance from the revitalised Chapel Street, between Deansgate and Salford Quays. It is ideal for both vacationers and business travellers and a perfect base for exploring the different varieties of street food that Manchester has to offer.
Why not support the friendly locals of Manchester by bookmarking our guide to the city's top street food spots the next time you're looking for a bite to eat.
1) Salt & Pepper
Salt & Pepper, Arndale Market (South Side), Manchester, M4 3AH.
Since 2019, Salt & Pepper has been gracing the Arndale with its incredibly excellent cuisine, and it's become a cult favourite among city centre workers. Salt and pepper chicken, flatbreads, shredded meats stacked on top of fluffy fries, and more are among the menu's East-meets-West modern Chinese fare.
2) Porky Pig
Permanent location at 7 Cooper St, Manchester, M2 2FW, which he frequents during the Manchester Markets on St Anne Square.
Porky Pig, which reigns supreme at the Manchester Christmas Markets every year, is the home of the world-famous Yorkshire Pudding wrap, which locals can get their hands on all year. On market days, the hearty British establishment serves chicken with vegetables, corn on the cob, and salad, in addition to their core restaurant menu, which includes Yorkshire Pudding full English breakfasts, a roast in a Yorkshire, and more.
3) Hanoi 75
Manchester, M1 7ED, Hanoi 75, Hatch, 103 Oxford Rd.
Hanoi 75 is one of Manchester's top Vietnamese restaurants, providing superb cuisine in a street-style setting at Hatch, Manchester's outdoor food and drink concept. Customers may get bao buns, Bun Ga, pho, and other delicious dishes in large takeout bowls. The meal is even served on Hanoi 75's double-decker bus, which adds to the cool factor.
4) Northern Soul
Unit 10, 11 Church St, M4 1PN. Northern Soul, Unit 10, 11 Church St, M4 1PN.
Northern Soul, the UK's first grilled cheese restaurant, was founded right here in Manchester, and while the chain has snowballed since its inception, the original Church Street location still stands. If you're craving a wonderful cheese toastie, this is the place to go. Gourmet variations on the classic meal include delicious relishes, meats, mac & cheese, and even onion bhajis.
KBOM, Hatch, 103 Oxford Rd, Manchester, M1 7ED.
A pop resident making up part of Hatch's already intense food scene, KBOM brings the flavours of Portugal to the city centre, serving up peri chicken and so much more. Because what more could you ask for on your lunch break? Expect tons of chicken, as well as surf n turf burgers, garlic shrimp, croquetas, Superbock beers and Sangria on tap.
Are you planning a weekend away in Manchester? Book a stay online now in one of our serviced apartments that bring you the most convenient and comfortable stay in Manchester, and visit some of our street food recommendations!