Thai, Malaysian & Pan-Asian Restaurants in Manchester

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Pan-Asian Restaurants in Manchester


Dining in Thai, Malaysian, Nepalese, Singaporean,
Mongolian & Korean Cuisines.

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Thai Restaurants

Manchester boasts many first class Thai restaurants
– many are award-winning restaurants, and some even offer on-site workshops
in Thai cookery. Thai cuisine emphasises lightly prepared dishes with
strong aromatic features, and can often be very spicy. Traditional Thai
food at its best balances four basic taste senses in every meal – sour,
sweet, salty and bitter.

Alphabetically listed:

  • Aruno Thai Restaurant

    337 Palatine Road, Didsbury, Manchester M22 4HH.
    Tel: 0161-998 6460. Website: https://aruno-thai.tripod.com.

  • Buddha Lounge
    14 Radcliffe New Road, Whitefield, Manchester M45 7GY. Tel: 0161-766
    8822.
    Website: https://buddhalounge.co.uk. Formerly known as “The Thai
    Lounge”, serving authentic Thai and Cantonese cuisine.
    — and at:
    10-12 Railway Street, Ramsbottom, Bury BL0 9AL. Tel: 01706 821 821.

  • Chaophraya
    Chapel Walks (Above Sams Chop House), Off Cross Street, Manchester M2
    1HN.
    Email: manchester@chaophraya.co.uk. Website: www.chaophraya.co.uk. Tel:
    0161-832 8342.
    Award winning restaurant voted “Favourite Restaurant” in the
    Pride of Manchester Awards in 2009 and 2010 respectively.

  • Dalat
    Hatro House, 397-401 Palatine Road, Northenden, Manchester M22 4JR.
    Tel: 0161-945 4624. Thai-Vietnamese restaurant and takeaway .

  • Jati
    73 Cavendish Street, Manchester M15 6BN. Tel: 0161-232 0600.
    Website: www.jatirestaurant.co.uk. Thai and Malay cuisine.

  • Lemongrass Thai Restaurant
    19 Copson Street, Fallowfield/Withington, Manchester M20 3HE. Tel: 0161-434
    2345.

  • Ikan
    98 Portland Street, Manchester M1 3LA. Tel: 0161-236 1313.
    Good Thai food from this Thai and Chinese restaurant – specialities
    include soups, salads and noodle dishes. Buffet lunches daily. Website:
    www.ikanmanchester.com. See also: Gay
    Village
    .

  • Koh Samui
    16 Princess Street, Manchester M1 4NB. Tel: 0161-237 9511.
    Koh Samui serves a variety of popular Southern Thai dishes at their
    restaurant “…in a relaxed and intimate environment”.

  • Mai Thai Restaurant
    321 Chorley New Road, Bolton BL1 5BP. Tel: 01204 492 723.

  • Pacific
    58-60 George Street, Chinatown, Manchester M1 4HF. Tel: 0161-228 6668.
    A Thai-cum-Chinese restaurant, one-time voted Restaurant of the Year,
    with Thai and Chinese foods served on deferent floors. Large number
    of vegetarian dishes on the menu. Families welcome.

  • Phetpailin
    46 George Street, Manchester M1 4HF. Tel: 0161-228 6500.

  • Prestbury Thai Restaurant
    New Road, Prestbury, Cheshire SK10 4HP. Tel: 01625 828 423.
    Email: info@prestburythai.co.uk. Website: www.prestburythai.co.uk.

  • Rice Bars
    1a-1b Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester M1 1RG.
    —- and at:
    Unit 5A, The Orient, Trafford Centre, Manchester M17 8EH.
    —- and at:
    Unit 4, The Quadrangle, Chester Street, Manchester M1 5QS.
    —- and at:
    St Ann Street/79 Deansgate, Manchester M3 2BW.
    Website: www.RiceBars.com.

    Rice - St Ann Street Manchester
    Founded in 2005 and serving “…palate authentic savoured rice
    based dishes” .

  • Sawasdee
    12a Churchgate, Stockport SK1 1 YA. Tel: 0161-429 0488.
    Locals maintain that the Sawasdee is the finest Thai restaurant in Greater
    Manchester. The food is very authentic and prices are reasonable. Ingredients
    are freshly flown in weekly. Distinctive and spicy eastern cuisine,
    with takeaways available.

  • Siam Orchid
    52-54 Portland Street, Chinatown, Manchester M1 4GU. Tel: 0161-236 138..

    This, the very first Thai Restaurant in Manchester, was mentioned in
    the Good Food Guide 1994, for its hot spicy food. Excellent fish dishes
    and creamy Thai curries.

  • Simply Thai
    91a Macclesfield Road, Hazel Grove, Stockport SK7 6DT.
    Tel: 016625 879 900 and 01625 856 985. Website: www.simplythairestaurant.co.uk.

  • Sunuk Thai House
    810 Wilmslow Road, Didsbury, Manchester M20 6UH. Tel: 0161-445 3993.

  • Red Hot World Buffet Manchester
    48 Deansgate, Manchester M3 2EG. Tel: 0161-819 1240.
    Website: www.redhot-worldbuffet.com/redhot_manchester/.
    Opened in 2011 with seating for 700 and offering Thai cuisine as well
    as Indian, Italian, Chinese, Japanese and many others.

  • Royal Orchid
    36 Charlotte Street, Manchester M1 4FD. Tel: 0161-236 5183/9757. Fax:
    0161-236 8830.
    Extensive authentic Thai menu, in attractive surroundings. Selection
    of wines. Vegetarian dishes available. Dancing on last Friday of each
    month. Executive business lunches arranged.

  • Royal Siam
    121 Chorley Road, Swinton, Salford M27 4AA. Website: www.manchesterthairestaurants.co.uk.
    Thai restaurant in Swinton, opened in 2010 opposite the Civic Centre,
    and some 4½ miles out of Manchester city centre.

  • Thai Banana
    262 Wilmslow Road, Rusholme, Manchester M14 6JR. Tel: 0161-248 7752.

  • Thai E-Sarn Classic
    210 Burton Road, West Didsbury, Manchester M20 2LW. Tel: 0161-445 5200.
    Fully licensed 70 seat Thai restaurant with speciality North Thai cuisine.
    Large parties catered for. Occasional live entertainment.

  • Thai Orchid
    458 Bury New Road, Prestwich, Manchester M25 1AX.
    Tel: 0161-798 8897. Website: https://thai-orchid-prestwich.co.uk.

  • Try Thai Restaurant
    52-54 Faulkner Street, China Town, Manchester M1 4FH. Tel: 0161-228
    1822.
    Website: www.try-thai.co.uk. Thai restaurant located in the heart of
    Manchester Chinatown.

  • Vermilion
    Hulme Hall Lane, Lord North Street, Manchester M40 8AD. Tel: 0161-202
    0055.
    Website: www.vermilioncinnabar.com. Located some 2 miles south of Manchester
    city centre near to the City of Manchester Stadium.

Malaysian Restaurants

Manchester has just a few Malaysian Restaurants.
Malaysian cuisine reflects the multicultural aspects of the various
multicultural and ethnic groups in the country, each having their own
dishes, with spices, aromatic herbs and roots the basis of all Malaysian
cuisine.

Alphabetically listed:

Singaporean Restaurants

Manchester has just a few Singaporean restaurants
whose cuisine is a product of centuries of cultural interaction owing
to its strategic location with influences of Malay, Chinese, Indonesian,
Indian, Peranakan and Western traditions including English and Portuguese
or Eurasian style cooking.

Listed alphabetically:

Nepalese Restaurants

The cultural and geographic diversity of Nepal has
allowe a wide variety of cuisines to emerge. Spicy lentil soup (dal)
is popular, served over boiled grain, (bhat) or with vegetable curry,
(tarkari). Typical condiments include an extremely spicy fermented pickle
chutney (achaar) .

Alphabetically listed:

Korean Restaurants

Korean cuisine is largely based upon rice, noodles,
tofu, vegetables and meats. Traditional Korean meals are noted for the
number of side dishes that accompany steam-cooked short-grain rice.
Kimchi is served often, sometimes at every meal. Commonly used ingredients
include sesame oil, fermented bean paste, soy sauce, garlic, ginger,
pepper flakes and fermented red chili paste. Manchester has just a handful
of Korean restaurants as listed below :

Mongolian Restaurants

Mongolian cuisine primarily consists of dairy products,
meat, and animal fats and vegetables and spices are very limited. Due
to geographic proximity and deep historic ties with China and Russia,
Mongolian cuisine is also influenced by the cuisines of these countries.

 

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