Sorry, but your web browser is too old to display this page properly.
Please update it to the latest version or switch to a more modern browser,
Google Chrome or
Internet Explorer 11 (they're all free).
Following some re-branding, the restaurant and bar at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel is now Steak & Lobster – an easy-going eatery focusing on just two items. ‘We’ve done away with the
warm-up acts and just brought you the headliners’ proclaims the menu – so take your pick from 10oz rib-eyes or whole lobsters (grilled or steamed), both served with garlic and chive butter,
unlimited fries and a mixed salad. The only concessions come in the form of a veggie burger, a few nibbles (onion rings, chicken frites with chorizo oil, etc) and three puds including knickerbocker
glory. Wines, beers and soft drinks also keep it plain and simple, while cocktails throw a few leftfield ideas into the mix – try afternoon tea-ni (Smirnoff Black vodka, breakfast tea, sugar syrup
and a taste of honey).
I love lobster – it’s such a special dish. Absolutely divine when done right and terrible when done wrong. So with that in mind I decided to try Steak & Lobster at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel in Manchester.Bear in mind, this is a speciality restaurant that takes pride in the two mains they serve – Steak & Lobster. You can order other things but that wouldn’t be wise, would it?Seb and I decided to try this place on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. it was nice and bright and the red pillars at Steak and Lobster were wonderfully inviting. I was excited...
More from Champagne and Chutney »
Are you the restaurant owner?
Click here for Links & Logos
Are you making a general enquiry or enquirying about private rooms?
If you want expert advice on the best private rooms and their availability use our free Square Meal Concierge service and earn extra Square Meal Rewards points with every booking.
You are making an enquiry at
Steak and Lobster Manchester
By clicking 'SEND' you agree to the Square Meal User Agreement
Please wait while we are sending your e-mail ...