Put your money where your mouth is and head to one of these brilliant Black-owned restaurants in Manchester this October. Whether you’re on the hunt for a new city centre foodie spot or something in one of South Manchester’s most popular neighbourhoods – there are some great Black-owned restaurants in Manchester worth checking out.
1. Pull Up Bar Cafe
What’s on offer? Seriously good authentic Caribbean food, including their ever-popular Reggae Roast. Expect great vibes, music, and of course, food.
Where can I find it? Just outside of the Northern Quarter at 14-16 Swan St, M4 5JN.
2. House of Habesha
What’s on offer? Hearty, traditional Eritrean and Ethiopian soul food, including big curry platters, kulwa (meat chunks fried in spices, tomatoes and onion) loaded fries and spicy aromatic meat.
Where can I find it? Contact Bar & Kitchen at Contact Theatre, Oxford Rd, M15 6JA.
What’s on offer? Some of the best Caribbean food you’ll ever try – including jerk chicken and, of course, homemade ginger beer.
Where can I find it? Hidden away behind Cutting Room Square at 62 Jersey St, M4 6AD.
4. What’s Your Flava
What’s on offer? Jamaican grub, chicken, jackfruit, patties, fried fish and seafood – with filling takeaway meals including chicken and prawns with mac and cheese balls, splits, brown chicken stew, curried goat and rice and peas.
Where can I find it? Available for delivery and collection from 703 Stockport Rd, Levenshulme, M12 4QN.
5. Jerk Junction
What’s on offer? Tasty street food such as jerk chicken and curry chicken, an incredible outdoor space, with homemade punch, juice, and hearty sides to enjoy.
Where can I find it? Chorlton at 170 Manchester Road, M16 0DZ.
6. Vegan Shack
What’s on offer? Vegan fast food, with the likes of doner kebabs, McMuffin-style breakfast baps, loaded fries and soooo much more vegan junk food.
Where can I find it? One Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester M1 1RG.