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cuisine select cuisine select cuisine Wing’s is situated where the Lincoln used to be in Lincoln Square, Manchester and it’s every bit as classy. Now a popular haunt of footballers and celebrities who fancy a Chinese, it rivals the Yang Sing for quality in many people’s view.
The food and service are top notch, and though personally I reckon that the Yeung brothers at the Yang Sing still set the ultimate bench mark for Chinese food in Manchester, it has to be said that the atmosphere at Wing’s is just as lively.
There is a fairly extensive range of vegetarian dishes on offer, as well as luxury ingredients like lobster, monkfish, Dover sole, scallops and sea bass so this is a great place to come if some in your party fancy Chinese but some fancy seafood or vegetarian. There are also three banquet menus on offer ranging from about 21.90 a head to 35.90. The wine list is also far more wide ranging than your average Chinese, as you might expect from this award winning city centre restaurant.
One of the more expensive, up market Chinese restaurants in Manchester, but also one of the best. Try it as an alternative to the Yang Sing or the Pacific.
A firm favourite of the business lunch crowd, Yang Sing is an inexpensive and popular Cantonese restaurant. Renowned for its wide range of Dim Sum meals, Yang Sing has a long list of awards and accolades and is routinely referred to as the best Oriental restaurant in the city. The food is a medley of tastes and flavours although you may need to ask the advice of the willing staff for information about the more alien dishes. A set banquet menu is available from upwards of 16. The d cor maintains the traditional Oriental flavour of the menu, and it s a delightful mix of style and substance, greatly enhancing your dining experience.