This restaurant is one of the best in Manchester I have been to. Positive features are its huge glass wall which lets in lots of light (good for a gloomy day in the 'desolate north west'), and the uncluttered space and pale furniture also make it seem light and overall a very pleasant to spend a lunchtime in. The food was very good - I would go back just for their cauliflower soup which was amazing - and with portions about the right size. Only criticisms are (1) salt on the side salad (does anyone really think salad leaves taste nice with salt on them....?!) and (2) the bread they brought at the beginning with our drinks was stale. Service was good and food arrived quickly, but it was virtually empty when we were there so I would expect that. There is a lack of decent places to eat in central Manchester so I would definitely go back here, and would probably have the cauliflower soup every time.
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