Restaurants Manchester

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  1. Cityfan

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    We will be having a meal out for my daughter's 21st who will be at Manchester Uni this year. Any ideas for a restaurant where we could book a room or around 15-20 people for reasonable eats.
     
  2. inchy14

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    Maccie d's..........
     
  3. vonkeynotvenky

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    Bit costly but what the hell go for it.
     

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  4. inchy14

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    stunned, dazed and still can't quite believe it!!
    Happy meals aren't too pricey, plus he'll get his daughters 21st birthday present thrown in!!
     
  5. PannickAtTheDisco

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    The Tunnel Club, plenty of spare capacity in there to fit you all in
     
  6. Fred_Quimby

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    If you like Chinese then The Rice Bowl on Cross Street. Van highly recommend and priced very reasonable.
     
  7. m7mcfc

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    Best Chinese restaurant in Manchester City centre. Beats anything in Chinatown.
     
  8. stonerblue

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    Still alive here....
  9. Thaksins Love Child

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    3rd vote for this.
     
  10. Cityfan

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    Thanks for all the suggestions so far.
    Can I ask what kind of Chinese food is it? I love some Chinese food and lived in Hong Kong for several years and prefer the stuff the Chinese eat rather than British interpretations. Do the local Chinese community eat there?
     

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