Abel Heywood


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Food is served all day at this classy pub and boutique hotel, named after a 19th-century Manchester mayor. A daytime bar menu includes local specialities – corned beef hash cake, Abel’s Manchester egg – alongside sharing boards and small plates. We enjoyed Mrs Kirkham’s Lancashire cheese and ham hock bonbons, generously sized yet not too heavy, served with spiced sauerkraut. An award-winning steak and ale pie from the Great Northern Pie Company came with hand-cut chips (marginally underdone) and mushy peas. Spiced harissa rump of lamb was accompanied by rosemary and garlic potatoes and a light yoghurt and mint dressing. Puddings are simple but hearty: Bakewell sponge with hot custard, say. The bar and dining area is spacious yet cosy, and it’s tempting to stay and sample the decent drinks list which encompasses a good selection of gins, whisky and cocktails alongside guest cask beers, wines and Mr Fitzpatrick’s vintage cordials.


The Abel Heywood Boutique Hotel, 38 Turner Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M4 1DZ

0161 819 1441 0161 819 1441



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