5 alternative restaurants to celebrate Christmas

PUBLISHED: 00:00 17 December 2016

Yu, Alderley Edge © The Vain Photography | Carl Sukonik

Yu, Alderley Edge © The Vain Photography | Carl Sukonik

© The Vain Photography | Carl Sukonik | http://www.thevain.co.uk/ | http://www.twitter.com/thevainphotos

These stars in the East can provide you with an Christmas meal with a difference.

One of the main highlights of Christmas time is of course a good old traditional turkey dinner.

However, if you’re out for Christmas celebrations across the festive holidays, it can be fairly easy to suffer from turkey overload.

That’s why we have chosen some of the best alternative restaurants in Cheshire where you can celebrate the festivities.

Yu, Alderley Edge

Celebrate your Christmas at the award winning Yu restaurant in Alderley Edge, experts in serving up some of the best, fine dining Chinese cuisine in the North. Award-winning chef Victor Yu and brother Vinny have developed a menu incorporating some of your favourite Chinese dishes and ingredients using modern cooking techniques. The contemporary, flashy interior of Yu will certainly make you feel like you are celebrating your Christmas in style.


Mowgli, Liverpool

Mowgli is the perfect place for Christmas celebrations if you are looking for something completely different to your traditional turkey dinner. Their relaxed dining approach on Indian cuisine is all about how Indians eat at home and on their streets which is miles away from the curry stereotype. Choose from a huge selection of delicious Indian street market dishes that are packed full of authentic, fresh Indian flavours.


Siam Thai & Teppanyaki Restaurant, Chester

Siam Thai & Teppanyaki is two restaurants in one, as on the ground floor is Chester’s first Japanese Teppenyaki restaurant, whilst upstairs is their authentic Thai restaurant. Enjoy the theatre, showmanship and delicious taste of authentic Japanese Teppanyaki or opt for a more tranquil dining experience and enjoy the fragrant delights of Thai cuisine for some alternative Christmas celebrations.


Chaophraya, Manchester

Chaophraya is one of the best Thai restaurants Manchester has to offer and the delicious menu, stylish interior and beautiful bar make it a perfect choice for festive celebrations. Enjoy the modern tastes of Thailand accompanied with one of Chaophraya’s delicious cocktails in the hearty of Manchester’s buzzing shopping scene.


Indian Tiffin Room, Cheadle

Indian Tiffin Room in Cheadle know how to do traditional Indian street food packed with flavour and authenticity. The menu is inspired by the bustling streets of India and dishes are made using the freshest ingredients. Expect dishes that you wouldn’t traditionally see on your average Indian restaurant menu, including ‘Dosa’ (delicious rice pancakes).


Look out for our quick guide to eating out for the Chinese New Year in our January issue - on sale 23rd December.

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