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22 August 2014
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San Carlo Cicchetti Manchester

House of Fraser, 40-42 King Street West, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 2QG

£30.00 Italian Greater Manchester

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  • Wine: £12.95
  • Champagne: £31.95
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 8am-11pm (Sat-Sun 9am- )

Square Meal Review of San Carlo Cicchetti Manchester ?

Although it was born in Manchester, there’s no mistaking Cicchetti’s country of origin: from the bounteous spread in the window to the acres of marble, contemporary leather chairs and effortlessly charming service, this place is Italian to the core. Seasonal menus, overseen by celebrity chef Aldo Zilli, feature choice ingredients from across the regions, imported from the markets of Milan and crafted into delectable little plates – best sampled from a seat at the long Venetian-style bar. Gobble hot and salty shoestring zucchini fritti before tackling truffle and Pecorino ravioli, Calabrese pizzette (from the wood-fired oven) with spicy n’duja sausage and buffalo Mozzarella or sizzling fillet steak loaded with Parmesan. Whet your appetite with frivolous Prosecco or an Aperol spritz, then accompany proceedings with a glass of something suitably Italian. In short, Cicchetti is slick, stylish and bang on-the-money.

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  1. San Carlo Cicchetti Manchester

    House of Fraser, 40-42 King Street West, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 2QG
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    Cheeky

    The only place to eat in Manchester

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    • Food & Drink: 9
    • Service: 9
    • Atmosphere: 10
    • Value: 9

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  2. San Carlo Cicchetti Manchester

    House of Fraser, 40-42 King Street West, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 2QG
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    James A.
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    • Food & Drink: 10
    • Service: 10
    • Atmosphere: 10
    • Value: 10

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  1. “I feel a bit like I’m eating at Vesuvio’s with Tony and the guys,” said The Restaurant Fanatic, visibly happy with the comparison. And he’s right – the San Carlo’s experience is all very dramatic. Before you’ve even sat down at your table, you’re greeted by three attractive front of house girls, with infectious, toothy smiles, and taken around an impressive display of lobsters and crabs, so perfect they almost look like fake, amongst a forest of emerald green parsley and gigantic spherical lemons on a mountain of ice. Walking past other tables, we see some patrons who almost belong in Vesuvio’s in The Sopranos – middle-aged balding men with napkins tucked into their shirts, their wives wearing their best cocktail dresses and jewellery and groups of non-descript businessmen in suits with their clients. All this, just a 10 minute drive from Manchester Piccadilly...
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