Grosvenor – Manchester: Delicious brasserie meals at one of the region’s leading casinos

Grosvenor Manchester

Set within the recently refurbished Grosvenor G Manchester casino are two dining options – the glamorous Grosvenor Grill, offering contemporary brasserie cuisine, and the stylish late night Bar, serving lighter bites and classic bar meals.

The Casino itself is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, offering all the classic casino games plus the largest poker room in the north-west.  There’s also regular top quality live entertainment. Do well at the gaming tables, and you can put the points you win against the cost of a meal.

When it’s time to eat, the Grosvenor Grill restaurant provides a sleek and elegant retreat where you can relax and enjoy a well-cooked meal. 

The menu offers a range of popular brasserie-style dishes, and there’s sure to be something to suit every member of the party.  Starters include light and tasty coconut crumb coated tail-on prawns with chilli sauce, rocket and fresh lime (£5.75); mushrooms in a creamy sauce served on ciabatta and glazed with crumbled stilton (£4.25), and assorted breads – chunks of rosemary foccacia and sliced ciabatta with extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar and black olives (£2.95).

Main course options include a similarly well-chosen range of dishes. There are succulent dry-aged steaks from the grill, with a choice of sirloin (£14.95), rib eye (£17.95), or fillet (£19.95).  All the steaks come from grass-fed cattle in British herds, ensuring top quality meat.  Other grill dishes include a hearty mixed grill – rump steak, gammon, Cumberland sausage and chicken with crispy skin-on fries, grilled mushrooms, tomatoes, watercress and battered onion rings (£14.25) – and salmon and pepper kebab, chargrilled and served with baby roast potatoes, salad and lime mayonnaise (£8.95).  If you fancy something other than a grill, there’s a good selection of alternatives.  A lighter option could be the sea bass grilled with cracked black pepper and salt and served with tomato and olive sauce, crushed potato and baby spinach (£14.95), or the asparagus and pea ravioli in a spinach and tomato sauce topped with grated Parmesan and served with garlic ciabatta (£7.95).  In addition, you’ll find a selection of classic salads such as chicken, bacon and avocado (£8.50) and stilton, pear and walnut (£6.50). 

For dessert, there is a tasty selection of traditional puddings. Try the deep apple tart or indulgent sticky toffee pudding, both served with rich custard or vanilla pod ice cream, or the melt-in-the mouth strawberry meringue sundae (all £3.95).

If you’re after a bar meal, the Grosvenor Bar offers classic favourites such as fish and chips and steak pie (both £7.95).  There’s also a good selection of sandwiches – available at all times – plus a hearty cooked breakfast for sustenance after a night’s entertainment.  

The Grosvenor Casino is located north of the city centre, just off the A56 Bury New Rd. 

Grosvenor – Manchester

Bury New Road, 2 Ramsgate Street, Manchester, M8 9SG


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