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Gastro's Manchester

Gastro's Food Hall & Restaurant

46 Sackville Street, Manchester, M1 3WF
GASTRO'S CLOSED DOWN ON APRIL 31st 2008
Gastro's Manchester
Gastro's Food Hall Manchester
Despite reaching the coveted number 1 position in the Restaurants Of Manchester Top 10 Best Restaurants in Manchester, Manchester 's taste buds were tingling for no more than 5 months when Gastro's food hall, restaurant and cafe bar opened and closed almost as quickly in the beautifully restored, brick and wood Victorian warehouse in the bohemian, bustling neighbourhood of Sackville Street, (next to Tribecca in the ill-fated building previously occupied by Gaia).
Set over two floors, the aim of the business was to offer its customers an array of food shopping and dining options, from the raw ingredients to a fantastic meal in a relaxed, friendly, professional manner.
Open from early in the morning until late at night, the café bar & food hall upstairs stocked a large range of products - from hand crafted pasta and olive oils, to a bag of organic flour and a fantastic selection of artisan wines, breads, coffees and teas. A 50ft deli counter featured cured meats from Calabria, local cheeses, meats, fish, home made sauces, salads, olives, cakes and so much more. It was stacked with quality, local & international ingredients – organic where possible, always ethical.
Gastro's Food Hall Manchester The Gastro's 'To Go' range featured freshly made sandwiches, salads and fantastic, home cooked prepared meals to go. Using their own artisan products, always healthy and interesting and never with any of those nasty ingredients you find in the supermarkets.
If it was an early morning coffee and croissant, or if a breakfast, such as organic porridge you're after, (to go or to stay) - Gastro's was the place to be.
In the upstairs seductive café bar, light brunches from fresh salads and eggs Benedict to stone baked pizza were served from 11am.
The sumptuous restaurant downstairs was open for lunch and dinner every day. Rick Barlow headed the team in cooking up the quality, seasonal, fresh and local ingredients with passion and flair.
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"Gastro's is what Manchester has been crying out for! Whilst the likes of Love Saves The Day have provided a great deli cum cafe, Gastro's takes the concept one level further - a superb delicatessen with a great cafe and an amazing restaurant to match

Located in the old Sackville Street warehouse vacated by Gaia, the location is also in its favour. Just 5 minutes walk from the Palace Theatre and even closer to the gay village with Piccadilly train station also a stone's throw away, it's the ideal place to grab some ingredients on your way home or a top notch meal ahead of your show.
Whilst the cafe upstairs offers a great menu and superb pizza's, the food in the downstairs restaurant is truly fantastic - indeed, a revelation and almost unexpected from such a laid back welcoming environment.
Prices are also worthy of mention, mains ranging from £6.25 to only £13.95. For locally sourced food of this quality you'd expect to pay more. If this was a more formal dining environment, it would probably be widely touted as the best restaurant in town. High praise, well deserved for this inclusive destination worthy of many a repeat visit" - RestaurantsOfManchester.com (January 2008)

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