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50 Dearmans Place, Chapel Wharf, Salford, MANCHESTER, M3 5LH
The River Irwell which flows past the five-star Lowry marks the boundary between Manchester and Salford, and the heart of the city is just a stroll away on the other side of the landmark Trinity Bridge. With its acres of glimmering glass, the hotel makes a bold statement - this place is big, glamorous and classy, and with its River Restaurant, it has a dining venue to match. The position by the river means the terrace is a hotspot when the north-western weather is kind, but the immaculate dining room is a hit year-round. It is all calming contemporary neutrality inside, with white linen tablecloths and smart duck-egg blue leather chairs, and the service style is slick and polished. The menu draws inspiration from a broadly modish European template, so you might get a bit of autumnal Mediterranean sunshine in the form of a salad of roasted pumpkin with ricotta, sage and beurre noisette, followed by a bit of northern charm in the form of lamb noisette with Lancashire hotpot, wild mushrooms and Shrewsbury sauce (a port and redcurrant jelly combo).
Open all year.
Sunday lunch available.
Cooking type: Modern International
Number of seats: 85
Accessible for wheelchairs.
2 Course lunch from: £15.00
A La Carte Dinner Main Course from: £11.00
2 Course dinner from: £15.00
Sunday lunch: £15.00-£21.00
Prices are for guidance only. Please check when booking for current rates.
M6 junct 19, A556/M56/A5103 for 4.5m. At rdbt take A57(M) to lights, right onto Water St. Left to New Quay St/Trinity Way. At 1st lights right onto Chapel St for hotel
Nearest station: Victoria/Piccadilly