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. Bakchich

    $ | City Centre | Lebanese

    Those who like good food at great prices head to Bakchich, a Lebanese street-food joint featuring a large communal table with smaller tables...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. Mowgli

    $ | City Centre | Indian

    Indian street food is the draw at this fun and colorful spot that has lights upcycled from old birdcages and a bar created from former railway...Read More

  • 4. 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

  • 5. Salt House Bacaro

    $ | City Centre | Italian

    This stylish place—a lively take on the workingmen's canteens of backstreet Venice, known as bacaros —offers highly creative small plates and...Read More

  • 6. 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

  • 7. Bundobost

    $ | City Centre | Indian

    Tasty Gujurat-inspired vegetarian street food lures the budget-conscious to this colorful and vivacious canteen-style restaurant tucked away...Read More

  • 8. 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

  • 9. Maray

    $ | City Centre | International

    Tapping into Liverpool’s love affair with the sharing experience, this tiny bistro serves eclectic and inventive dishes with global inspirations...Read More

  • 10. Oktopus

    $ | City Centre | Modern European

    This noisy, social space has an open kitchen that serves exciting Modern European sharing plates amidst a hip but cozy thrift-store decor in...Read More

  • 11. Old Nag's Head

    $ | British

    This pub at the top of the village has marked the official start of the Pennine Way since 1965, but the building itself dates back as far as...Read More

  • 12. Thai Smiles

    $ | City Centre | Thai

    This no-frills but charming venue serves authentic Thai street food to a largely non-Western crowd from a small, noodle-centric menu. There...Read More

  • 13. The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop

    $ | British

    Given the plethora of local rivals, it takes a bold establishment to claim its Bakewell puddings as "original," but those served here are among...Read More

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