The Northern Quarter Restaurant and Bar (TNQ) is a food lovers paradise in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter, led by head chef Anthony Fielden. Served in a relaxed and stylish dining room, famous for its exposed wooden floor and grand windows showcasing the iconic Smithfield Fish Markets.
Bold and thought provoking contemporary British cuisine is crafted using only the finest seasonal ingredients the British Isles has to offer. Be it a casual lunch, a romantic dinner or a relaxed Sunday roast; TNQ has a plate for every occasion. Taking simple ingredients to create fantastic tasting food which allows the quality of the local ingredients speak for themselves.
How to get there:
Take the Metrolink to Shudehill. Head towards the northern quarter via Thomas Street and turn left up High Street. TNQ is situated on the corner, just on the right side of the road.
Offer Terms and Conditions: (a glass of prosecco, a draught beer or a soft drink) – 1 drink per person (max 6 people per pass)
108 High Street,
Mon – Sat: 12:00am – 10:30pm
Sun: 12:00pm – 7:00pm
For more information on menus, opening times and transport, please visit their website.
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