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5 Sunday Lunch Alternatives in Manchester

If Sunday lunch is starting to feel a bit repetitive, here’s four delicious options to switch things up a bit this weekend.

Sharers at 20 Stories | No.1 Spinningfields, 1 Hardman Square, M3 3EB

You might not be feeling the typical Sunday roast, but surely you’re up for a giant Cornish crab? Turn your Sunday lunch into Sunday seafood at 20 Stories and share a crab-u-lous meal with your friends and family. If you’re not feeling crab, other sharers like Lamb Hotpot Pie, Whole Sea Bass, Rack of Lamb, Wing Rib and Chateaubriand are sure to wet your appetite. Take your Sunday lunch to the sky and try one or more of these sharers at 20 Stories – you won’t regret it!

Take a look at what’s on the menu at 20stories.co.uk

Mezze Selections at Comptoir Libanais | 18-19 The Avenue, M3 3HF

If you’re struggling to take your Sunday lunch to new heights, try some Lebanese and Middle Eastern food at Comptoir. Choose from three mezze subsections on the menu. From a Mezze Platter and Salads to a series of their Hot Mezze dishes, you’ll be going back next week to try the rest.

Find out more at comptoirlibanais.com

Emperor’s Platter at Asha’s | 47 Peter Street, M2 3NG

Opt for an Indian twist on Sunday lunch this weekend. Go big or go home was definitely the thinking behind this epic sharing platter. We’re talking whole tandoori lobster in its shell, chilli garlic king prawns, seafood seekh, and tandoori kebabs.

Find out more at ashasmanchester.co.uk

Sunday Roast Wrap at Porky Pig | 7 Cooper St, M2 2FW

We all remember those Sunday roast wraps at the Christmas Markets last year, right? Well, they’re available all year round at Porky Pig in Manchester. All your meat and vegetables are wrapped up in one giant toasted Yorkshire pudding. It might sound a little messy, but it’s certainly some great grub to get stuck into!

Find out more at facebook.com/porkypigstreetfood/

Reggae Roast at The Drop | Chorlton, Altringham

Jerk up your Sunday’s to some lemon and thyme roast Jerk Chicken with a twist. Expect your usual carrot and sweet potato mash, but also with plantain and rice ‘n’ peas! Oh, and let’s not forget to add some mac ‘n’ cheese and spicy gravy. Their Angelo-Caribbean take on a Sunday Roast will change your view on the traditional dish forever. There’s a veggie version of this alternative Sunday roast too, they don’t leave any foodie out, so get reggae to try something new!

Find out more at thedropbarcafe.co.uk

Words by AMAGAZINE

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