It management team are well known for striving to create dishes using only the finest Italian seasonal ingredients, and the head chefs make regular trips to Italy, sourcing the best produce and researching local recipe ideas and methods.
If you're looking somewhere to spend a little extra cash on a special meal, look no further.
Yang Sing, 34 Princess Street (Chinatown) The Yang Sing was founded in 1977 by two generations of the Yeung family. Originally based in George Street, this highly acclaimed Cantonese restaurant is set over many floors and can cater for just about any party.
Whether it's an intimate dim sum lunch for two, or private dining for two hundred, Yang Sing's innovative, market fresh, gourmet food always impresses. Its unique charm puts it among the best Cantonese restaurants in Europe, and is one of the best places to eat in the Piccadilly area.
Sam's Chophouse, off Cross Street Established in 1871, Sams's Chophouse is one of Piccadilly's proudest pubs. This atmospheric British pub is home to Sam's famous homemade corned beef hash, which takes ten days to make using a secret recipe, and gives you an idea of how seriously they take British food.
Propping up the bar is LS Lowry, or at least a life-sized bronzed statue celebrating Sam's most famous patron. The wine list isn't bad either, but it's the tiles and timber d้cor and the friendly atmosphere that makes Sam's Chophouse one of Manchester's most-loved haunts.
Michael Caines At ABode, 107 Piccadilly The Michael Caines restaurant and Champagne bar at ABode Manchester is a fine dining experience at its very best. Michael Caines, who earned his reputation (as well as two Michelin stars) in Gidleigh Park, Devon, is one of Britain's most acclaimed chefs.
The lower level dining room serves exquisite European food and Executive Chef Mark Rossi, in consultation with Michael, has created an exciting range of menus. This place is ideal for special occasions.