The Best Quirky Food Places in Manchester


The Best Quirky Food Places in Manchester

Have you recently booked a staycation in Manchester and are looking for ideas on what to do while you're here? Between Deansgate and Salford Quays, our magnificent Serviced Accommodation in Manchester is just a short walk from the revitalised Chapel Street. It's perfect for both holidaymakers and business travellers, and it's a great place to start sampling Manchester's many various types of street food.

Why not support Manchester's friendly locals by bookmarking our guide to the city's best street food venues to visit when you're in the town?


KBOM, Hatch, 103 Oxford Rd, Manchester, M1 7ED.

KBOM, a local favourite who contributes to Hatch's already thriving culinary culture, brings the flavours of Portugal to the city centre, providing peri chicken and more. What more could you ask for during your lunch hour? There will be plenty of chicken, as well as surf and turf burgers, garlic shrimp, croquetas, Super bock beers and Sangria on tap.

2) 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, opened on Church Street in Manchester, and the franchise has grown rapidly since then. This is the spot to go if you're seeking a delicious cheese toastie. Delicious relishes, meats, mac & cheese, and even onion bhajis are among the gourmet twists on the basic dish.

3) Hanoi 75

Manchester, M1 7ED, Hanoi 75, Hatch, 103 Oxford Rd.

At Hatch, Manchester's outdoor food and drink concept, Hanoi 75 is one of Manchester's best Vietnamese restaurants, serving excellent cuisine in a street-style atmosphere. Bao buns, Bun Ga, pho, and more delectable foods are available in colossal takeaway bowls. The meals are even served aboard a double-decker bus operated by Hanoi 75, which adds to the cool factor.

4) Salt & Pepper

Salt & Pepper, Arndale Market (South Side), Manchester, M4 3AH.

Salt & Pepper has graced the Arndale with its amazing cuisine since 2019, and it has quickly become a cult favourite among city locals. The East-meets-West modern Chinese cooking menu includes salt and pepper chicken, flatbreads, shredded meats heaped on top of fluffy fries, and more.

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!

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