There are a whole host of restaurants near the Palace Theatre in Manchester. Located on Oxford Street, just around the corner from China Town and Portland Street, it's surrounded by every imaginable type of restaurant with an emphasis on Chinese and Italian restaurants.
Most of the restaurants near the Palace Theatre offer theatre goers pre-show deals, allowing you to eat cheapily and make it to the show on time.
With the Dancehouse Theatre, Cornerhouse Cinema and HMV Ritz all next to The Palace Theatre, many restaurants are full on show nights, so book ahead.
Oxford Road train station is opposite and St Peters Square metrolink stop is just 4 minutes walk away.
Genting Casino's stylish new restaurant uses an enclosed Josper Grill to produce a distinctive style of cooking, utilising the heat produced by the charcoal to maintain a high cooking temperature of 1000°F which greatly enhances the flavour of the steaks and many seafood dishes, infusing them with a unique smoky BBQ flavour.
Opened in May 2012, this vintage inspired British restaurant and gin bar underneath the railway arches on Whitworth Street West offers a taste of local, regionally sourced and artisan produce, accompanied by an impressive selection of drinks, all set to a relaxed jazz, swing and blues soundtrack.
Very popular, modern Italian restaurant on Oxford Street, close to the Palace Theatre. A varied menu offers a range of Italian delicacies from Funghi Ripieni to Osso Bucco and high quality steaks, pastas and pizzas.
Impressive Chinese restaurant with smart modern decor, just a short walk from the Palace Theatre and Piccadilly Station. Very popular with Chinese students, the extensive menu with over 350 dishes specialises in Szechuan and Hunan cuisines with big, bold flavours and lots of spice.
Located within the newly refurbished four star boutique Macdonald Townhouse Hotel on Portland Street, just a short walk from The Palace Theatre, this stylish new brasserie offers a versatile dining space to enjoy top-quality seasonal produce turned into locally inspired modern British dishes.
The French strikes the perfect balance between heritage and progressive cuisine. While the restaurant is steeped in history, the current menu offers modern British food that delivers consistently excellent flavours by using the best seasonal produce and the very latest technological advances.
Mr Cooper’s House & Garden combines modern touches with the history and heritage of Mr Cooper himself, whose house and famous gardens sat on the site back in 1819. At Mr Cooper’s you will receive great food, cooked with flair and imagination served in unique surroundings by a friendly yet professional team.
Plush £1million Indian restaurant opposite the BBC Studios and Palace Theatre. Boasting an amazing menu, with fantastic seafood options and grills, together with authentic Lahore cuisine. Open until midnight after the show.
Previously known as Obsidian, the restaurant below the Arora Hotel on the edge of Chinatown, with its highly-celebrated cocktail bar, serves honest, simple, reasonably priced British food with an emphasis on steaks, fresh fish and seafood.
At the award winning 5 Star Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester you'll find a restaurant to suit your occasion. The latest, inspiring, dining experience to launch in Manchester is Steak & Lobster at Alto restaurant.
Located in Manchester's most celebrated building, the historic Free Trade Hall, the stylish space creates a mood of understated luxury in the city centre, moments from Manchester Central, The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester Opera House and The Palace Theatre.
Light, bright and luxurious Italian trattoria just off Albert Square which specialises in fish and seafood courses. Classic Italian dishes are given a modern twist with influences from across the Mediterranean and modern British cuisine
All Star Lanes, the UK’s original boutique 10-pin bowling, restaurant and bar operator, is now open at Manchester’s Great Northern! The concept brings together authentic American food, quality cocktails, and boutique bowling...all with a large helping of retro glamour .
Lucha Libre a modern Mexican street food restaurant and bar has come to Manchester to open its second branch after taking Liverpool by storm in 2012. No donkeys, sombreros or deep-fried Tex-Mex dishes. Food cooked with lots of love, full of flavour, with great drinks & music to match.
The outstanding new Chinese restaurant inside the Great Northern Warehouse, on the ground floor of Manchester 235, which boasts a largely Cantonese menu, influenced by the principals of healthy-eating, with exceptional dim sums, seafood and vegetarian options. A short walk to the Palace Theatre.
Excellent value for money, plush fine dining British restaurant inside the lavish Manchester235 casino, just a short walk from the Palace Theatre - one of the most impressive dining arenas in Manchester.
Very popular restaurant offering a fulsome nod to the freshest of produce from the sea alongside the classic, yet glorious steak. The menu includes Wagyu Kobe Beef, Grilled Lobster, Ostrich Fillet, Chateaubriand, Sashimi Tuna, Rope Grown British Mussels and a great selection of salads