Manchester offers a big range of restaurants that will give you an experience of gastronomical delight, with a fusion of traditional and modern touch. I like the fact that you can easily get a good variety of halal food in Manchester.Oh steak i want you steak... :)
Lets om nom nom nom!
A very popular middle eastern style kebab house among the locals. It's hard to say no to the well cooked, great flavoured half-chicken and lamb rice from this restaurant.Oh not forgetting the lamb meat that is grilled on charcoal and served with fresh Naan. The guys working at this restaurant are also friendly and funny.You would definitely have a great time at Al-Jazeera.
Famous for its special drink called Faluda, Moonlight is the perfect place to have a wonderful dessert in Manchester There’s a wide range of ice-cream flavours available, which you can enjoy in a cone or a milkshake or you can turn it into a Faluda. Faluda is a Persian dessert which contains basil seeds, rose syrup, vermicelli and normally made with vanilla ice-cream.You can choose your own ice-cream flavour though.Because the place is quite small, it can get pretty cramped in there.But seriously, the 10 minutes queuing was really worth it! A must when you're in Manchester!
I Love Bobo Tea (Arndale)
Craving for a cup of bubble tea? This is the place! Located in Arndale Centre, Manchester, I Love Bobo Tea is a kiosk cafe selling bubble tea with flavours ranging from honeydew, banana and strawberry, to other exotic fruit flavours such as lychee and guava.Oh and not forgetting that the drink comes with chewy tapioca balls or juicy boba balls that pop in your mouth. Oh i just love that...Remembering the name of this kiosk is easy when you really mean it.. Yeah I love Bobo Tea!
Being the sweet nice girl she is, Halima invited us to have a dinner at her place.We had a wonderful time eating and chatting all night long.. Thanx Halima for the hospitality!
English Breakfast by Wani and Anem & Nasi Goreng Kampung by Syafea
Waking up to a sweet smell of coffee, seeing a pile of pancakes, a bowl of red beans, chopped bananas and frenchtoast served on the table...Oh how nice...Thank you Wani and Anem for the lovely breakfast. Oh before i forget, thanx to Syafea for the awesome nasi goreng that she cooked for breakfast on the second day I was in Manchester...rindu nasi goreng kampung pedas camtu.. huhu
"Pizza Co. It's the place to go" a cute phrase that says it all...the best thing about this restaurant is that everything is halal.So you don't have to order only Margherita or seafood pizza. :) This place offers a great variety of pizza flavours that you'll have a hard time choosing the right one.A dish that you should definitely order when you're here is hot buffalo chicken wings.Sedap menjilat jari you know!!!
Rice (Piccadily Gardens)"Authentic rice based dishes from around the world" The unique concept of RICE was derived from vast travels of the world bringing to your palate authentic, savoured rice based dishes.You can find a huge range of delicacies from all over the world at this restaurant.All the main dishes are combined with a choice of rice or rice noodles from across the globe. To read more about Rice at their website, click here.
Oh what a wonderful food adventure I experienced in Manchester.Would love to come here again and explore other interesting restaurants that Manchester has to offer. ;)
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