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The 5 Best Italian Restaurants In Manchester

The 5 Best Italian Restaurants In Manchester

Looking for the best Italian restaurants in Manchester so you can go grab dinner delicious with your friends? We have combined some of our favourite spots you definitely need to try!

 

San Carlo

Number one on our list has to be San Carlo – one of the most famous Italian restaurant in Manchester. It’s loved by many – even celebrities like Rihanna! This is why you can often see paparazzi outside the restaurant.

Everything on the menu is amazing – from their lobster pasta to their gnocchi with truffle shavings and parmesan.

And if you decide to go we recommend you to try out their home-made pistachio gelato – an iconic desert!

 

Rudy’s Pizza

Once started a pop-up pizza restaurant has now turned into one of the world’s best pizzerias. What they offer is so delicious that you will often see queues outside!

 

Tre Ciccio

Tre Ciccio – meaning three chubby friends, is a relatively new Italian restaurant that is definitely worth a try!

They offer wood-fired oven pizzas and an impressive wine list which goes perfect with their food!

 

San Carlo Cicchetti

This restaurant opened in 2010 and has proven to be one of the best Italian restaurants in Manchester. They have won both the love of their customers as well as several awards!

 

Double Zero

We couldn’t make a list of the best Italian restaurants without including Double Zero!

Their menu is impressive and the food is so good which is why everyone that hasn’t already been to Double Zero needs to give it a try!

And the best part is that they even offer a gluten-free version of their pizzas!

 

The Pasta Factory

Hand-made pasta, an amazing wine menu, and friendly staff – what more could you ask for?

If you are looking for the perfect place to have a nice dinner then try out The Pasta Factory – you won’t regret it!

They have all sorts of interesting kinds of pasta you can try – from their Ravioli Del Plin which is filled pasta with beef, pork covered in gravy sauce, sage butter, and Parmigiano to their Triangoli Di Funghi Al Tartufo – filled pasta with mushrooms, cashews, truffle, and parsley (an amazing vegan option!).

If you are interested in their vegan dishes then you can also try out the Molle Con Crema Di Aglio Nero – pasta with aged black garlic, tomatoes, almonds, shredded red pepper, and chilli!

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