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“The Wine bar Restaurant”

Coach House at The Etrop Grange
Ranked #1,461 of 2,386 Restaurants in Manchester
Price range: $16 - $79
Cuisines: British
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Description: Outstanding food and first-class service has always been at the heart of Etrop Grange and the WineGlass restaurant offers this and more by delivering exquisite food prepared with signature Michelin precision.Along with the classic WineGlass menu, our Chef has created a stunning Chef's Dinner Menu taking inspiration from his training at Noma and the Fat Duck. This menu combines simple ingredients with modern techniques to create visually stunning and delicious food for your pleasure.The WineGlass also provides an ideal setting for a business lunch, romantic meal or special occasion with stunning views over the manicured courtyard and traditional Georgian features within.As the name suggests wine features prominently in the restaurant with a list of 40 exeptional wines and champagnes offered by the glass providing guests with the unique experience of being able to sample and savor fine wines at affordable prices.Our wines are also available in the lounge bar along with a wide selection of draught and bottled beers, spirits and soft drinks. The bar provides the perfect setting to relax and unwind and offers a delicious selection of bar snacks including gourmet sandwiches, salads and other light meals.Private dining is also avaiable catering from 2 to 200 in a variety of settings from the traditional Library to the elegant Etrop Suite. Our Chef will be happy to work with you and your party to provide a bespoke menu perfect for your occasion.
Reviewed January 16, 2013

My daughter and I went there for the Travellzoo Taster Menu with glass of Bubly-On Sunday; for my Birthday.
The ambiance was lovely--The food very nouvelle and very different!!
The First course was salmon--allegedly poached--but cold--interesting!! lots of coloured swirls and tiny pices of oyster on the plate.
The Salad of warm duck egg--with cold pickled vegetables and some sort of goats cheese, was even more intereting--and very pretty!!
The main course of hay smoked chicken was almost recognizeable--and very tasty--but no carbs?
I loved the deconstructed lemon merinque pie, but
my daughter asked if hers could be put back together again!!
I did not know what to expect with the Chocolate soup, but it was really just a very strong--bitter dark chocolate sauce, with a fennel sorbet--interesting taste combination!!
The chef came out to explain the different courses and was fasinating; I am not sure if this style of food would suit everybody; it cerainly wasn't my daughter's cup of tea, but we had a wonderful, fun filled evening, and it was certainly worth what we paid Travelzoo--just for the experience!!

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Reviewed December 12, 2012

We were in the "wine glass" restaurant.
The restaurant is fairly small and I suspect a good chunk of its clientele is either on business or residents, The restaruant is a little formal in style and problably not best suited to someone looking for a romantic location. However the food is to a high standard. Starters were imaginative and well presented. I had a cold salmon dish wish was delicious - totally smooth and succulent. For mains pork loin wrapped in parma ham. Very tender. The only mistake made was that we assumed it would be served with some vegetables. We had to hastily order these once the dinners arrived. Perhaps we could have been fore warned.
Overall I would describve as posh British - it was good food & all well cooked, Enjoyable, but perhaps a bit pricey.

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Reviewed July 31, 2012

Brillant food quality, service and attention by the employees, they could not do enough for us. Even the GM popped by.

Thank Doreen B
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Reviewed July 22, 2012

Not inexpensive probably due to the chef spending an inordinate amount of time rolling, chopping and bending the food into odd configurations. We don't like to think of ourselves as being pedestrian eaters but this left us a bit dumbfounded - a number of the items came in sushi-shaped tube forms which blended various components into close proximity so each mouthful was necessarily a blend of flavours - perhaps the intention of the chef. Hence, we spent a lot of our time wondering what was in each mouthful. Smallish portions. Good, attentive service. "Karen99"'s advice about the ability to order from a simpler menu in the bar is probably quite useful knowledge - we didn't know that.

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Thank jhsheep
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Reviewed May 9, 2012

It was excellent value for money, well presented and delicious.

Thank maddiellie
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