Playing home to more than 650 restaurants, Manchester offers something for everyone. Whether you’re visiting the city or calling it home, we’re sharing some of the best takeaways in Manchester that are a foodie’s delight. Whether you’re in search of a delicious Thai or a hearty pasta dish, you’ll be spoiled for choice! So, without further ado, we present you with some of the best takeaways in Manchester.
Rosa’s Thai Café, Deansgate
When it comes to Thai, Rosa’s Thai Café is one of the best of the bunch. Serving up a delicious all-day menu full of aromatic curries, noodles and starters, you may struggle to narrow down your options. If you’d like a hand making your choice, the chicken satay, drunken noodles and Panang curry come highly recommended!
Monday – Thursday 12-10.30pm
Friday – Saturday 12-11pm
Peck & Yard, Chorlton & Ancoats
Self-dubbed as a ‘Pan-Asian Chicken Shack’, we’d argue that Peck & Yard is home to some of the best wings in Manchester. Ideal for when you’re craving an upmarket fast-food type of takeaway, take your pick from spicy chicken & chip combos, bao buns, burgers and more.
Sunday – Thursday 4-9.30pm
Friday – Saturday 12-10.30pm
The Sparrows, Green Quarter
Proclaimed as a ‘glorious carb-fest’ by Guardian restaurant critic Jay Rayner, The Sparrows serves the ultimate comfort food. Fusing Italian with German and Polish influencers, The Sparrows menu will take you on a journey of flavours. From crab ravioli to goulash and focaccia, you can expect plenty of hearty dishes to indulge in at The Sparrows.
Tuesday – Friday 5– 11pm
Saturday – 12-11pm
Mughli Restaurant & Charcoal Pit, Rusholme
There’s no way we can round up the best takeaways in Manchester without mentioning Mughli. If you’ve been along Manchester’s famous Curry Mile, chances are, you’ll have smelt the aromas coming from the much-loved Mughli. Serving up Indian & Pakistani street food, chargrilled and rustic dishes, Mughli is home to Indian soul food at its finest. While we don’t like to have favourites, the tuk-tuk thali, fish pakora and lamb chops come highly recommended.
Monday – Thursday 5.30pm – 12am
Friday 5.30pm – 12.30am
Saturday 4.30 – 12.30am
Sunday 2.30 – 10.30pm
Yang Sing, Chinatown
When it comes to the best takeaways in Manchester, we have to take you to Chinatown too. As one of Chinatown’s highest-rated restaurants, Yang Sing is an excellent choice indeed. With an extensive dim sum menu, bespoke banquets and much-loved classics like won ton soup, Beijing-style duck and wok stir-fried dishes, you are truly spoilt for choice at Yang Sing. But don’t just take our word for it; you need to try it for yourself.
Monday – Thursday 12 – 11.30pm
Friday – Saturday 12pm – 12am
Sunday 12 – 10.45pm
Rudy’s, Peter Street & Cutting Room Square
When we’re talking pizza joints, you’d be hard pushed to find somewhere as good as Rudy’s. In fact, we’d be surprised if you haven’t already heard of it. As the Neapolitan pizza masters, you’ll soon see why Rudy’s was voted the 10th best pizza in the world back in 2019. From indulgent burrata to portobello and capriccioso pizza and tiramisu, Rudy’s will hit the spot every single time.
Cutting Room Square
Monday – Saturday 12 – 10pm
Sunday 12 – 9pm
Sunday – Thursday 12– 10pm
Friday – Saturday 12 – 11pm
The Spinn, Gatley
Brought to you by Manchester native and former soap star Adam Thomas and his best friend Scott Graham, The Spinn deserves to be mentioned. Serving up signature burgers like the Mac & Cheese and Chicken, fries, wraps and wings, you’re in for a treat if The Spinn tickles your fancy.
Tuesday – Thursday 10am – 10pm
Friday – Saturday 10am – Late
Sunday – 10am – 8pm
The Allotment Vegan Eatery, Deansgate
Whether you’re a plant-based eater or not, the allotment vegan eatery is undoubtedly one of the best vegan takeaways in Manchester. Offering up a fixed priced menu for lunch & dinner, the allotment uses the freshest, local ingredients from sustainable growers wherever possible. As a result, there’s much to be enjoyed at the allotment, from satay skewers and cauliflower wings to mushroom ramen and jackfruit tacos.
Monday – Saturday 12 – 9pm
Sunday 12 – 6pm
The Hip Hop Chip Shop, Blossom Street
No one makes a chippy tea quite like the Hip Hop Chip Shop. While we highly recommend going to one of the events, a takeaway is the next best thing. So, whether you opt for a classic fish & chips dubbed ‘The Feastie Boys’, or you opt for halloumi, the bratwurst or the ‘Plant-tast-tic’ vegan fish, you’re in for a treat. In a nutshell, the hip hop chip shop is a chippy on steroids.
Tuesday 5 – 9pm
Wednesday – Thursday 12 – 2pm, 5 – 9pm
Friday 12 – 2pm, 5 – 10pm
Saturday 12 – 10pm
Sunday 1 – 9pm
Monday – Closed
Dishoom, Bridge Street
If you don’t know about Dishoom already, you better get to know. There was no way we could showcase the best takeaways in Manchester without an honourable mention to Dishoom. Serving up classic Indian dishes with a modern twist, Dishoom is a delight for the tastebuds. From a delicious breakfast menu featuring Parsi omelette and bacon naan roll to an all-day menu with the likes of paneer tikka, chole puri and house black daal, it’s a must-try.
Monday – Thursday 8am – 11pm
Friday 8am – 12 am
Saturday 9am – 12am
Sunday 9am – 11pm
So, there you have it. Our top picks of just 10 of the best takeaways in Manchester. No matter what you fancy, you’re sure to find a top-class takeaway to suit your mood and budget in Manchester. Furthermore, when you’re ready to venture out, you’ll have hundreds of restaurants, bars, and clubs at your disposal so you can enjoy the very best of the friendly northern city. Bon Appétit!
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