Restaurants Manchester,Bristol and York

Old Aug 10th, 2006, 01:01 PM
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Restaurants Manchester,Bristol and York

We will have a car...so within 10-20 miles is fine. Price not really a consideration...low or high. However, we seem to lean towards "hole in the wall" type restaurants...where the food is great, but surroundigs may not be so good...but really good ethnic restaurants would suite us too.
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Old Aug 10th, 2006, 01:38 PM
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I enjoyed The Great Wall in Manchester's Chinatown on my recent trip.
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Old Aug 10th, 2006, 02:14 PM
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If you like Indian food, I recommend the Viceroy of India in York. It is located about 1 block outside the Monkbar. Great food and service yet very reasonable.
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Thanks very much Cimbrone and igpjazz...appreciate it very much. Anymore suggestions anyone? Please?
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If you like Indian food, then go to the curry mile in Rusholme.
There are restaurants from cheap ones for students to more expensive ones.

We haven't been to it for a while, but in the past we have liked the Market Restaurant in Manchester http://www.market-restaurant.com/
It has quite a short menu, but what it does is good.
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If you lean towards "hole in the wall" then why are you posting here? Just go out and find your own place.

Having said that, Rusholme certainly has plenty of choice.
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I don't understand your reply at all!
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Old Aug 13th, 2006, 08:24 AM
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Don't worry Mincepie. Some people enjoy TRYING to make other people feel stupid.

There's absolutely nothing inconsistent about a recommended "hole in the wall." In fact, Mincepie now has several to choose from
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Hi
It's not a 'hole in the wall' but it does serve some of the best food you will ever taste, not just in York but anywhere -
J Baker's Bistro Moderne
www.jbakers.co.uk
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In Bristol check out the Llandoger Trow Pub - great old building & history, well kept beers, and pretty good food.
A couple of links:
http://www.itchybristol.co.uk/venues/66.html
http://tinyurl.com/gz2eh
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