Manchester is one of England's most popular cities for nights out. So, it is full of restaurants offering a wide range of cuisines at varying prices. The city has several entertainment areas, all of which have excellent restaurants. Certain restaurants near the centre have a deservedly popular reputation, but there are many other popular restaurants with different groups of people.
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Places to eat Manchester is extremely popular for nights out and as people come from across the north west for entertainment, there are three hundred restaurants in the city centre only. Bars and restaurants make up much of the city centre. One popular quarter for entertainment is the Northern Quarter, north of Piccadilly. Other areas are Didsbury, Rusholme and Chorlton, which cater for entertainment in South Manchester. Top restaurants Certain restaurants are considered to be the best in Manchester. These can be found on Restaurantsofmanchester.com. This abode has an award-winning French chef. The French chef also offers French cuisine. Australasia is a newly opened pan-Pacific restaurant. The room in the Royal Exchange Theatre specialises in British dishes, but 110 Portland Street and Oxford Road have a wide range of dishes. Chaophraya has Thai cuisine. This second floor restaurant is in Harvey Nicholls and is well-placed for the popular print-works. Linen is in Casino 235. Mughli in Rusholme is in an important restaurant area known as the Curry Mile and offers top class Indian dishes. Punjabi cuisine is found in East Z East restaurant near the M.E.N arena, and Chinese food is represented by Ocean Treasure 235 in the Great Northern Warehouse. Japanese food can be eaten at Sapporo Teppannyaki, near the museum of Science and Industry. Walrus in the Northern Quarter combines Japanese cuisine with a cocktail bar. Vermilion is an Asian fusion restaurant near the City of Manchester stadium. Choice, near Castlefield, offers local dishes in a fine dining manner
Not among the top fifteen, but still offering very good food, is Albert's Shed near Deansgate. The owners have opened up a new restaurant, Alberts, in Didsbury. Bem Brazil on Great Ancoats Street behind the City Centre offers South American food and is popular among younger people. New restaurants include Sakura near Deansgate Locks, which continues the Japanese theme. Chorlton has some good restaurants, though less expensive than the top fifteen. The Lead Station is popular with young people and Croma offers Italian cuisine. This area is very good for bars and meals, and is a very popular area for locals to dine. Didsbury, ten minutes drive from Manchester centre, offers a large selection of restaurants, including the popular Crazy Wendy's and Dine and Wine.