Respond to Review of Bistro 1847 - City Centre
Review: I live local and walked past this place a few times thinking, with the name, that it was probably a juice bar. Imagine my suprise when browsing Happy Cow to find out it was a new veggie place in a city still a bit underserviced for them. The style / ambience is contemporary with a slight quirky twist. Very nice. Prices are reasonable restaurant range for a city centre (no menu in the window which is an oversight) A main is perhaps £10 to £12. There are "small plate" tapas. The more you get the cheaper they are. We got 3 for £10, and they were all excellent (all vegan) (sweetcorn fritters - slight curry tinge and gorgeous. Sweet Potato chips with mint/corriander and salted endame soy beans - plain but still very nice) 60% of stuff there is vegan. Soft drinks are cheap, like £1.20 for a coke. As the website says, "Manchesters only veggie bistro" - there are other veg places to eat in the city centre but this is by far the nicest ambience and "poshest", though it aint actually posh or anything if you know what I mean. Might be an idea to book for Friday or Saturdays. Note, it's easier to find on Booth Street than on Mosely street, it's just off Mosely Street, a couple of mins walk from the Town Hall.