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Michael Caines Restaurant at Abode Manchester

Modern British restaurant in City Centre

107 Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 2DB

Website: www.michaelcaines.com/restaurants/manchester



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Abode

The Michael Caines Restaurant and Champagne Bar at ABode Manchester, located in an atmospheric lower level dining room, serves exciting and innovative European cuisine utilising the best local and regional produce and ingredients from Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire and surrounds. Executive Chef Mark Rossi, in consultation with Michael, has created an exciting range of menus for you to enjoy, including grazing, a la carte and tasting. The wine list has been carefully chosen to complement the cuisine, with a selection of excellent and excellent-value wines from both classic European vineyards as well as New World estates.

Book online at: www.michaelcaines.com

Michael Caines Restaurant reservation; 0161 200 5678
Michael Caines Restaurant bookings of 8 or more; 0161 200 5662


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   Not worth the money by Katie Drewitt

Overpriced mediocre food with tiny portions. £145 for two of us and our wine was ony £23. Manchester isnt great for eating out anyway but there are better places than this at a fraction of the cost.

   Perfect. by Gaz

Great food, great service, great atmosphere cant fault it, 10/10

   There is much much better in Manchester by Thomas

Having just sampled the restaurant, I can honestly say there is much much better in town. Maybe my expectations were too high. However, having a name like Michael Caines over the door, one would have thought you would be in for a super find dining experience. Luckily, as with any new restaurant, I tested it by having lunch here. Firstly the service. Not brilliant. When I go to what is classed as a fine dining restaurant, I expect 1st class service . . . they need a lot of training!!. The food; I started with mackerel, other than finding a bone in there I would say not too bad a dish. Presentation of the dish was lovely; the taste test fared well, all in all not too bad. For main I had roasted hake. I am really sorry to have to say this but so far away from fine food I was astonished. A small square of roasted hake which I believe was over cooked. This come with a foam and sauce all in all very very bland dish had no taste (very little). The worst for me was the presentation, and what I can only, and sorry to say looked like worms on my plate. Immediately put me off the dish, had no reason for being there whatever it was and had zero taste. For desert, I opted for a selection of local cheeses. Again, presentation was extremely poor. If I was to tell you three not very well presented triangles of cheese a spoon of relish on the side, three crackers and three grapes, you probably wouldnt believe me. Personally I thought it was a joke. Did it leave me thinking I would love to go back and have dinner there . . . NO. There are far nicer fine restaurants in Manchester at half the price that offer better taste, better presentation and better service. Very disappointed.

   Disappointing by ness

Food was nice (not fabulous) service was good (not excellent)restaurant dark and music too loud, doesn't set the scene for fine dining. We won't be going back and I wouldn't recommend!

   Dont miss this restaurant when staying in Manchester by marie

My husband I had a wonderful meal here last Saturday night. The food was wonderful as was the service and suggestions from the manager Charles. I have to say Charles was one of the most helpful and delightful Maitre D's I have ever had the pleasure to meet. We are looking forward to going back when in Manchester again. We spent over 3 hours in this restaurant enjoying this wonderful experience.


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Opening Times

Mon - Fri:
12pm - 2:30pm, 6pm 10pm
Saturday:
12pm - 2:30pm, 6pm 10pm
Sunday:
Closed

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