In this week’s food and drink section, the theme has been ‘style over substance’. With this theme in mind, Ry Jackson criticizes Manchester’s The Ivy on account of it’s ‘deplorable airplane food’ and forgettable service
Do Islanders actually eat? Elena Bradley explores whether the lack of food in Love Island is a facet of their format or an active choice to dehumanize contestants
Editor Elena Bradley reviews the tucked away Japanese restaurant, Shoryu. Japanese food is cool and well-loved, and Shoryu does it justice
For Christmas 2019, Crazy Pedro’s have released something shocking. Feast your eyes upon this absolute fusion pizza! Merry Christmas…
Bored of your same-old meal deal sandwich? Never been for lunch on the Curry Mile? Dovid Brown challenges to swap out that predictable, underwhelming meal deal for an exciting trip down the Curry Mile. Think flavourful middle-eastern food at a fraction of the cost of your meal deal. Truly level up that lunch!
Peruvian cuisine has been unknown in the Manchester Food scene, until now – Peru Perdu is something new, temporary and exciting
Forget Domino’s and Pizza Hut, Josh Sandy takes a look at a slice of the takeaway pizza industry to sing the praises of a true icon – the chicken shop pizza
Writer, Anneliese Murray reviews the Northern Quarter’s latest vegan hotspot, Alvarium
Writer Anneliese Murray takes you on her food tour of some Italy’s most desirable city breaks. From classic pasta to incredible Pizza, she has your Italian visits covered…
Food writer Anneliese Murray explores the idea that coffee shops are giving in to the culture of style over substance
Food editor, Elena Meritxell Bradley gives Deansgate favourite, Tapeo and Wine a go to see how good their paella is
As a commentary on how to be a conscious and sustainable restaurant in 2019/20, Franco Manca are leading the pack. In using their surplus dough to feed the homeless (with pizzas in December and sourdough bread for the year), It’s a company that is setting goals for others to follow.
Last week we had musicians, this week we’re taking a more sinister turn. Here we recount the last meals of some infamous murderous men
Elena Bradley and Anneliese Murray bring you a rundown of three Mexican food favourites in Manchester: El Capo, Luck Lust Liquor and Burn and Wahaca
Introducing the Mancunion’s Food and Drink section to a weekly segment, ‘Death Row Dinners: Starring…’ – Each week, we’ll ask everyone and anyone what their last meal would be… What would yours be?
From interior change to seasonal menu shifts, Writer Dominic Fung gets to sit down with Bill Collinson, founder of the newest ‘Bill’s Restaurant’, and discusses their new menu and the importance of excellent service…
Head Food and Drink Editor, Elena Bradley gets you in the mood for Manchester’s latest pop-up, Peruvian restaurant, Peru Perdu