Top 3 Amazing Places to Eat Out in Manchester City Centre

Top 3 Amazing Places to Eat Out in Manchester City Centre

Upon the arrival of new healthy eating restaurant at Wahu, we have discussed several Manchester eateries that will cater all the health-conscious customers and diners with the exclusive dietary requirements.

Anyone who is ever tried to have a low-carb, high-protein, gluten-free or dairyless diet, then you will know that eating out can be a major awkward block.

Now new hygiene eating restaurant, Wahu can make the eating experience a little easier for those people who like to know exactly what’s in our food with their innovative design on your amazingly new meal concept.

As the Spinningfields restaurant is prepared itself to open tomorrow, so we’ve discussed to have a look at other Manchester eateries that cater for health conscious customers and diners with special delicious dietary requirements.

So if you’re being sick of being called a fussy eater, these are the best places to go.

Shlurp

This is an award winning Brazenose Street soup bar; that can offer you a wide range of freshly made soups, sandwiches and salad boxes, including the skinny and veggie options; which are all with no hidden nasties. Salt will be kept to a minimum and sugar will be added in a very less amount to their soups, most of which can be a perfect option for coeliac sufferers and those with a gluten intolerance. Pulses, beans and potatoes are usually used to thicken the heartier varieties in the place of wheat flour, although customers are being advised to double check before making an order.

Earth Cafe

You can eat well for both your mind and body at this exclusive vegan cafe and juice bar located at Manchester Buddhist Centre in the Turner Street. The hygenic , home-cooked food at this venue is all prepared from scratch on a daily basis, so you won’t find any hydrogenated fats, MSG, colourings, preservatives or additives lurking in its dishes. As every recipe is vegan, so you don’t have to worry about the dairy produces and there are also even gluten-free and garlic-free options most of the times.

Pret a Manger

Pret has a wide range of healthy choices; which will make it well worth for a visit. With completely new menu additions like protein filled egg and spinach and crayfish and quinoa pots, plus one of the most delicious old favourites like superfood salads, sushi and soups, it’s very easy to see why it’s the desirable go to the lunch option for health conscious workers of city centre. It has even branches in Cross Street, Oxford Street, Piccadilly Gardens, Piccadilly Station and Spinningfields.