Manchester, Liverpool, and the Peak District Restaurants

Dining options in Manchester and Liverpool vary from smart cafés offering Modern British, Continental, or global fare to world-class international restaurants for all budgets. Manchester has one of Britain's biggest Chinatowns, and locals also favor the 40-odd Bangladeshi, Pakistani, and Indian restaurants along Wilmslow Road in Rusholme, a mile south of the city center, known as Curry Mile.

One local dish that has survived is Bakewell pudding (never called "tart" in these areas, as its imitations are elsewhere in England). Served with custard or cream, the pudding—a pastry covered with jam and a thin layer of almond-flavor filling—is a real joy of visiting Bakewell.

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  • 1. Hispi Bistro

    $$ | Modern European

    Part of a small group of famously crowd-funded (yup, people liked the owner-chef so much they raised money so he could open a place in their...Read More

  • 2. Lunya

    $ | City Centre | Spanish

    An 18th-century warehouse on the edge of the Liverpool One shopping district houses this impressive Catalan fusion restaurant and deli, where...Read More

  • 3. Penny Pot Cafe

    $ | Café

    Nestled away in the trees beside Edale Station, this charming little spot has outdoor seating and cozy interiors warmed by a log-burner in the...Read More

  • 4. The Refuge by Volta

    $ | City Centre | International

    This glamorous spot serves eclectic global food amidst the original features of a stunning Victorian Gothic building that's been given new life...Read More

  • 5. Wreckfish

    $$ | City Centre | Modern British

    Part of the same crowd-funded group as Manchester’s Hispi Bistro and KALA Bistro, this hip spot serves up seriously good modern global cuisine...Read More

  • 6. Mackie Mayor

    $ | Northern Quarter | International

    Located in a 19th-century market building, this food court brings together several casual dining experiences under one stunningly restored roof...Read More

  • 7. Masons Manchester Hall

    $$$ | Modern British

    The first restaurant (more are planned) to open in Manchester’s 1920s Freemason’s Hall references the building’s history with its original features...Read More

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