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Manchester for Foodie Highlights

Taste the best of Manchester's culinary scene.
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Rating: 4 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 15.188 miles
Duration: Full day
Family Friendly

Overview:  Begin your Manchester foodie experience in the countryside north of the city centre in Dunham Massey at the family-friendly Red House ... more »

Tips:  Wear comfortable shoes as this Manchester foodie tour involves extensive walking. Although you can take public transportation to the... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Red House Farm

Start your Manchester foodie experience in the country at the family-friendly Red House Farm, located in gorgeous and historic Dunham Massey, about 11 miles north of Manchester.

Start your morning at the Red House farm shop offering quality local, farm-fresh produce, and be sure to shop the shelves overflowing with Red House Farm’s homemade... More

Next stop is a visit to a hidden gem, the Altrincham Historic Market, which has been in existence since 1290. Here, you’ll stroll amongst permanent and visiting market booths, enjoying the tantalizing scents of fresh fruits and vegetables, bakery goods, specialty jars, cheese & deli counter, fresh fish and even traditional family butchers. Let... More

Now that you’ve seen how fresh Manchester ingredients can be, head to Bean & Brush Family Art Café where Head Chef Kirsten leads the kitchen team to foodie fresh perfection. This is a perfect restaurant to experience fresh and tantalizing dishes created daily from locally sourced ingredients.

The family-friendly and affordable... More

4. Northern Quarter

Manchester’s Northern Quarter is the city’s bohemian district, fashionably relaxed and overflowing with a wide variety of places to eat and drink. Near the City Centre, the Northern Quarter is multiple blocks sandwiched between Piccadilly, Victoria and Ancoats, close to Oldham and Piccadilly Gardens.

This delightful foodie district is crammed... More

5. The Curry Mile

Ask a Mancunian to suggest a place to eat and chances are you’ll hear “The Curry Mile” and its mile-long neighborhood jam-packed with South Asian and Middle Eastern dining options. Bright neon lights announce the start of the largest concentration of Asian restaurants in the UK. With so many choices, the Curry Mile is the perfect start or end to... More