We visited No. 4 for the first time over the weekend and we will certainly be going back. The restuarant is set back in an old terraced cottage in a side street just off the main drag in Didsbury. This gives it quite a homely effect and the welcome when we arrived helped to reinforce this effect. We were taken up the narrow stairs to our table (be sure to ask for a table downstairs if you are not too good on your feet). The menu struck us as catering for all tastes and pockets from a homemade cheese & onion pie served with mash through to fillet steak. I chose the twice cooked cheese souffle for starter & my husband had the croquetes - both were delicious (but we agreed that my souffle took the prize!). We both opted for the vegetable curry as a main and we were not disappointed - the spicing was just perfect giving a really tasty curry. We didn't have enough room left for desert but we did have a plate of the chocolate truffles which were gorgeous & perfect if you just want a little nibble of something sweet. The service was excellent - very relaxed for a busy Saturday night. All in all a lovely evening.
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