Restaurant review - The Counter House, Manchester
PUBLISHED: 00:00 19 April 2019
Copyright © Simon W Randall 2017 @ swrdigital.com
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Venue: Characterful restaurant in the former Ice Plant building in trendy Ancoats offering virtually all-day dining and drinking. There’s a laid-back vibe that’s perfect for this neighbourhood, but plenty of hard work goes into creating the excellent food.
Menu: Have a coffee or a healthy shot of juice at brunch time, a hearty vegan lunch or choose from the eclectic menu of small plates and bigger dishes. I loved lemon paprika chicken skewer with smoked chilli salsa (£5) followed by a delicious maple and soy-glazed cod with soba noodles and pak choi (£16.50). Also munched enthusiastically on my table were blistered padron peppers with pink salt (£4) baked almond chicken Katsu with wild rice and edamame coconut currry sauce (£14) and bone broth beef ramen with brisket, spinach, radish sprouts and chilli (£13.50). My dessert of coconut yogurt cheesecake (£6) was fab!
Decor and ambience: Urbane modern, friendly.
Cost: Eat or drink as little or as much as you choose. It’s all fairly priced. Give the cocktails a go.
The Counter House, 35 Blossom Street, Manchester, M4 6AJ. 0161 414 0065, thecounterhouse.co.uk