Manchester Restaurant

The Milan Italian Restaurant which opened in March of 2002 brought with it fine dining at its best to the entire Manchester Village. It boasts a la carte lunches and dinner with more focus on highest cooking standards and cooking ingredients. The menu has both seasonal and locally available foods and both modern and traditional cuisine all served at very pocket-friendly prices to satisfy the needs of all tastes.

There are specials all days of the week and a 25% OFF all food on Tuesday and Friday till 7PM. There are also special themes nights all year-round with live music played on such occasions. The ambience and décor in Restaurants like Milan’ is relaxed and welcoming with a very friendly and efficient customer service.

With a wine list updated regularly, be sure to get the best of house wines in the most affordable price. Milan restaurant prides in over 185 covers hence can reserve and cater even for a single diner who wants a private function.

The general build structure of The Milan Italian Restaurant is quite impressive, considering the fact that it’s a transformation of the 2002 Victorian remains. A discreet parking and large box bay windows that provide the best views of the canal and surroundings. Interior design, which was done by the famous Richard Chadwick Associates is just amazing.

Milan basically covers 2-storeys but has been designed in such a way that one can see someone on the 1st floor from the ground floor and vice versa, thanks to the charming viewing gallery. The entire sitting plan has been made possible thanks to the mid grand piano visible to all. The backdrop is made of warm earth colors, and enhanced using natural wood and bare brick. The large windows, pitched ceiling, sculpture, art and music enhances the interest, but a mere glance at the faultlessly laid tables hints on what excellence should be followed.

Address: 17-21 Barton Road Worsley Manchester M28 2PD

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