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The Angel serves freshly prepared imaginative British dishes using the finest local produce. Bursting with charm and offering great food makes this modern pub a popular destination with locals.

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Mon-Sat 12:00-00:00
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By Carole R.

Without doubt the best gastropub in Manchester, the newly refurbished first floor restaurant has great ambience and style. The food is fantastic and portions a much better size since the new owners took over. Excellent wines and unusual real ales, and the staff are extremely efficient and friendly. Definitely worth the short walk from the city centre


By Vanessa N.

I was part of a group of 13 people that ate at the Angel last weekend.

The food was delicious and the service was outstanding.

Portions are massive; after the starter and main, no one was able to order pudding!

Even though we were a large group the food arrived in a timely manner.

Staff were super friendly. The favourite dish amongst our group was the Lancashire Hotpot.


By C W.

Our expectations had already been lowered when starters took an hour to arrive without apology and when the bill arrived extra bottles of wine had been added to our bill and only some of these were ungraciously removed. We were charged for twice as much wine as we had drunk and when we asked for proof of what we ordered we were refused. For a place with a supposedly honest approach to good food of good provenance this was a suprisingly cynical experience. This is no match for the Bridge or the Chophouse. Our large party felt thoroughly ripped off. If this is how you need to operate to pay your bills then it is a sad day for Manchester. Folk should not be fooled by his association with Henderson as this food bears no resemblance to anything served up at the mighty St Johns.