Best Chinese Restaurants Manchester. Who doesn’t love Chinese food?
Whether you are looking for Kung Pao Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork or even Peking Roast Duck, here is a great list of the best Chinese Restaurants in Manchester.
Happy Seasons Restaurant, Manchester
59 Faulkner St, Manchester M1 4FF
Happy Seasons Restaurant in Manchester, “Happy Seasons is a small, simple authentic Chinese restaurant in the heart of Chinatown, Manchester.
Established in 1982, the bustling no frills family-run Faulkner Street restaurant is widely reconized for its quick service and for serving up its signature roasted dishes, such as Hong Kong style roast duck, crispy belly pork and barbecue char siu pork, that attracts the hordes.
Happy Seasons menu, offers the best authentic Cantonese cuisine using locally sourced produces prepared by experience chefs.
Despite its basic decor, Happy Seasons is one of the busiest restaurants in Chinatown, Manchester, with people queuing throughout the day.
The restaurant only holds a capacity for only 60 people, therefore, don’t be offended by it’s eat and go environment.”
One Plus Chinese Restaurant
42 Charles St, Manchester M1 7DB
One Plus Chinese Restaurant in Manchester, “Low-key eatery with a ‘sushi style’ conveyor belt plus a noodle & rice bar with rotating menus.
Under One roof and over THREE levels it offers three completely different restaurants offering something no other Chinese restaurant can offer. The BASEMENT level offers the Rice & Noodle Bar. The GROUND FLOOR offers a very unique way of eating Chinese Hotpot. The FIRST FLOOR is our newest addition which offers authentic Chinese BBQ and an à la carte Seafood menu.”
19 Copperas St, Manchester M4 1HS
Sweet Mandarin in Manchester, “The concept of the restaurant is family style home cooking and exotic cocktails based on the Chinese Zodiac in a modern calming setting. Sweet Mandarin restaurant is designed with floor to ceiling glass windows and wengi wood furniture to give it the relaxing ambience.
Sweet Mandarin Restaurant has your family favourites but most importantly the secret ingredient is that all our dishes are made with love. Sweet Mandarin’s menu is inspired from authentic Chinese flavours which are based on traditional family recipes made with the greatest of care over four generations for you to enjoy around your family table. Our adventure through food includes winning Gordon Ramsay’s F Word ‘Best Local Chinese’ (beating 10,000 restaurants), Dragons’ Den and being awarded Her Majesty The Queen’s MBE for services to food and drink.
Sweet Mandarin have a gluten free menu. All items are separately cooked in their own dedicated fryers and woks to avoid cross-contamination.”
3 Hardman Square, Gartside St, Manchester M3 3EB
Tattu in Manchester, “Each Tattu has its own identity, taking guests on a sensory journey from East to West through its award-winning interior design and an astute attention to detail. Relax in stunning, immersive surroundings and enjoy passionate customer service, delivering an experience unlike any other.”
Heron House, 1 Lincoln Square, Manchester M2 5LN
Wing’s Restaurant in Manchester, “Opened in 2004 by restaurateur Wing-Shing Chu the restaurant has a contemporary, elegant and relaxed atmosphere. Featured consistently in the Michelin guide, Wing’s offers a fine dining experience all delivered with exceptional service.
Our head chef and his skilled team use classical and modern techniques to create contemporary Cantonese cuisine and dim sum. We offer an extensive menu including our coveted steamed sea bass, sizzling plate dishes and a large selection of vegetarian options to create an authentic dining experience.
Indulge your passion for wine from our extensive selection specially selected by our somelliar. At the heart of the restaurant is our glass enclosed wine cellar making sure your wine is served in the perfect condition. Our range includes an enviable selection of world class wines in Wings private cellar along with Champagnes and rare spirits such as Louis XIII cognac.”