Mowgli is not about an intimate, hushed dining experience. Mowgli was born to feed the raw visceral need Indians have for the smash and grab zing of coriander and mint, the sweet hum of deep tamarind and spices and the fresh brightness of the Chat Bomb explosions. Mowgli is a new voice for Indian food built to showcase the lightness, freshness and virtuosity of the food Indians eat at home and on their streets, day in, day out.
T:0161 832 0566, Unit 16, 37 Corn Exchange, Manchester M4 3TR
Hard Rock Cafe Manchester
With hundreds of unique locations around the world, it’s hard to believe that it all started off so innocently: the search for a good burger. We throw standard service to the wind, proclaiming that each meal should be an experience – whether on the road or on your lunch break.
T: 0161 831 6700, The Printworks, Exchange Square, Manchester M4 2BS
Housed over 2 floors in the city’s historic Corn Exchange building and spilling onto Exchange Square, Wahaca Manchester brings award winning street food, 2 cocktail bars and a takeaway burrito deli to this bustling new dining quarter in the heart of Manchester
T:0161 413 7493, The Corn Exchange, Exchange St, Manchester M4 3TR
Vue Cinema Manchester
Vue Manchester is located in the Printworks on Withy Grove – once the largest newspaper printing house in Europe, it was derelict by the 1990s until the IRA bombing of Manchester prompted a massive redevelopment of the area and the conversion of the building into a giant entertainment venue.
27 Withy Grove, The Printworks, Manchester, EN M4 2BS
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