Chinese Food in Manchester 2

1 December 2015

In this edition we would like to present our all-time favourite Manchester restaurants specialising in Cantonese cuisine (广东菜 Guangdongcài)

Cantonese cuisine (广东菜 Guangdongcài) comes from Guangdong province and it is the most widely served style of Chinese cuisine in the world. This is because most of the Chinese who immigrated and set up restaurants overseas were from Guangdong. Unlike other Chinese styles of cooking such as Sichuan style where the cook buries the food in a lot of spices and oil, a Cantonese chef aims to bring out or highlight the original flavour of the vegetable, meat, or fruit by using little spice or sugar. In this edition we would like to present our favourite Manchester restaurants specialising in Cantonese Cuisine /Yue Cuisine in Manchester:

Yang Sing

Yang Sing Restaurant serves traditional Cantonese cooking of the very highest quality. It has the enviable reputation as one of the finest food institutions of Manchester. 

34 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 4JY

Tai Pan

On the doorstep of The University of Manchester Tai Pan is very popular restaurant for students.

Brunswick House, 81-97 Upper Brook Street, Manchester M13 6TW

Glamorous Chinese Restaurant

A huge eatery with a scarlet theme, dragons, coloured lighting and a vast menu including dim sum.

1st & 2nd, Wing Yip Business Centre, Oldham Rd, Manchester M4 5HU

Pearl City Cantonese

A long-established Chinatown restaurant that serves a vast menu of Chinese dishes including dim sum.

33 George St, Manchester M1 4HQ

The Pacific

A contemporary restaurant serving authentic Chinese dim sum plus other classic dishes.

58-60 George St, Manchester M1 4HF

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