Manchester’s ultimate dining destination, Corn Exchange, will see all its resident brands reopen with space for socialising with friends and family as the next stage of the government roadmap for ending lockdown is activated on 17th May.
The site’s full, fabulous offering of hospitality and leisure brands can now provide indoor wining, dining and entertainment for groups of up to six, as well as opening up its hotel accommodation for staycations and guests from further afield. So, whether you’re sharing a bite, catching up over a cocktail or letting loose via some holiday fun, the Corn Exchange Manchester has something for you.
Take a bite out of Berlin, without a trip overseas, via the authentically German menu offered at Doner Haus. The team is ready for indoor bookings and as ever, the most genuine Berlin döner, currywurst, beers and cocktails are amongst options guests can enjoy.
The latest addition to the Corn Exchange family, Delhi House Café brings the streets of Delhi into the heart of Manchester with its café-meets-restaurant style cuisine. With a modern take on classic Indian street dishes, and a whole host of vibrant cocktails to enjoy, don’t miss out on coming to try this unique dining experience. The restaurant is welcoming walk-ins and is also now serving a comfort food menu from its new patio space overlooking Cathedral Gardens.
Enjoy the smash and grab zing of healthy, light, virtuosic herbs and spices at Mowgli, which has a huge menu of street food, tiffin and hearty dishes. The vibrant, Indian eatery is taking indoor and outdoor bookings, as well as maintaining availability for walk-in guests.
While visiting Vietnam may still be out of the question, Asian food fans can enjoy the country’s vibrant cuisine via a trip to Pho, where Vietnamese-style street food abounds. Indoor and outdoor guests can take advantage of a menu featuring taste sensations including spring and summer rolls, salads, wok-fried noodles and curries; while for liquid refreshment, choose from options including carefully selected wines and imported bottled beers.
Tampopo recreates the flavours and aromas traditionally found at the eternally bustling street-markets of Bangkok and Hanoi, the hawker stalls of Singapore and the noodle vendors of Tokyo. And just like in kitchens across East Asia, all sauces, stocks and everything else is made on-site every day from the freshest market produce for guests to enjoy inside and out this summer.
One of the city’s most loved outdoor drinking spots, Banyan is now ready to welcome the people of Manchester indoors too. With cocktails, fizz and gin galore, a trip to Banyan is the perfect way to raise a glass to the end of the next stage of lockdown. Feeling hungry? Check out the restaurant’s delicious food menu filled with tasty nibbles and large plates too.
Lockdown has been filled with cosy nights in, so now it’s time to enjoy a cosy night out. Head down to Corn Exchange and pay a visit to Manchester’s most snug setting- Cosy Club. With a delightful lunch and brunch menu, excellent evening meal options and an impressive drinks menu to match, come and indulge in what Cosy Club has to offer.
A staple in Manchester’s Italian dining scene, Gino D’Acampo is excitingly greeting its much-loved customers in person once more. Bask in the sunshine or relax in its stylish interior as you indulge in the tastes of Italy while enjoying a perfectly chilled glass of wine from the restaurant’s wide array of red, white, rose and sparkling options.
Pizza Express’ huge menu is sure to impress, whatever your perfect pizza topping, texture or style. Shelter indoors or enjoy the great outdoors and indulge via the restaurant’s wide variety of starters, mains and deserts – not to mention the delicious drinks list.
Let the authentic taste of Salvi’s exquisite dishes transport you to the home region of its family owners, Campania in Italy. With tasty charcuterie boards and delightful pastries freshly made each day at its traditional Italian deli, there’s no better location for relaxing inside or out whilst enjoying an Aperol spritz.
With a delicious array of pasta, pizza, and salads galore, come and relax in the laidback atmosphere that Vapiano provides. With its pasta and pizza dough handmade with love each day, these scrumptious Italian classics will be sure to satisfy. Pair your main with a cold sip of beer, wine or a cocktail to round up a perfect May meal.
Last but by no means least of Corn Exchange’s Italian’s restaurants, Zizzi is swinging open its doors so guests can enjoy stone baked pizzas indoors once again. With a tempting menu filled with everyone’s most-loved Italian dishes, make your indoor dining indulgent with a rustic pizza, perfectly paired with a chilled prosecco.
Fancy some fun before you fill your boots? Manchester’s best escape room is now taking indoor bookings, as well as continuing its outdoor games for those seeking an al fresco adventure. Fun for all the family, Escape Hunt has great games with themes including Doctor Who, pirates, Vikings, Alice in Wonderland and the Wild West.
Need somewhere to crash after a fun-filled day exploring the bustling city of Manchester? Roomzzz Aparthotel is now taking May bookings for staycations and for guests from further afield. With the luxury of a hotel combined with the convenience of a serviced apartment, come and enjoy the simple pleasures of a super soft mattress, plump pillow and fluffy towels in this home-away-from-home.
The Corn Exchange’s resident brands are now taking indoor bookings from 17th May and all venues will be following Government guidelines – although outdoor options remain in place too for those looking to make the most of the Manchester sunshine. Simply head to cornexchangemanchester.co.uk for more information.