Mr Cooper's House and Garden
Peter Street, Manchester, M60 2DS +44 1619372448
- Opening hours
- Monday to Thursday: 12:00 - 14:00 & 17:00 - 22:00 Friday & Saturday: 12:00 - 14:30 & 17:00 - 22:00 Sunday: 13:00 - 20:00.
We've had a really good meal here. We we're looking for a restaurant with an English style, and this was just perfect.
We started with warm bread (highly recommended), and then had some lovely dishes.
The service was great, and the restaurant itself is beautiful.
05 October 2016
Bringing his 2 Michelin-starred expertise to the iconic Midland Hotel, Mr Cooper’s House and Garden is Simon Rogan’s second restaurant in Manchester. Mr Cooper's offers a multitude of different dining settings under one roof, combining modern touches with the history and heritage of Mr Cooper himself, whose house and famous gardens sat on the site back in 1819. Trees, birdhouses and a gazebo decorate the striking dining room which, with a zesty-green & white colour scheme, ushers the outdoors in.
Sourcing ingredients from its own farm, the restaurant serves daring elegant food, cooked with flair and imagination. The menus are carefully constructed to offer seasonal flavours with Simon Rogan’s signature style. Seasonal dishes feature starters of buttermilk fried oyster, kimchee purée, pear and pickled fennel, for main, Cumbrian rib steak, truffle pudding and purple potato latke. For dessert warm pear cake, chamomile ice cream and Douglas fir perfectly compliment the season.
Delivering world class service the award-winning bar is known for its use of avant-garde ingredients and techniques including drinks made using a Rotary Evaporator. Here you can be treated to seasonal flavour experiences such as 'A Place Beyond the Pines' - a long pisco drink sweetened with red grape and maple, finished with a warming wintry aroma of pine.
Lounge in the lush garden, sip on a cocktail in the library, or cosy up in the study’s leather booths, with a fabulous cocktail list and an extensive drinks list with a wide range of spirits, beers and juices. Mr Cooper’s House and Garden at the Midland Hotel in Manchester is a 7-minute walk from Manchester Oxford Road Rail Station.
Mr Cooper's House and Garden
Peter Street, Manchester, M60 2DS
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Customer reviews for Mr Cooper's House and Garden
((((( 22 October 2016 by John Palmer from Sale
Everything was impeccably done - the cooking, the service, the ambiencxe
((((* 22 October 2016 by Greg Sinfield from Cambridge
Good food (especially the roast chicken livers starter) and great service. A very enjoyable evening.
((((( 21 October 2016 by Jane Morfitt from Blacon
Fabulous. We were going to the theatre so we had the set 3 course menu. The food was divine, really beautifully cooked and served on a very hot plate which is just stunning as so many times restaurants give you a cold plate, then your food goes cold really quickly.
(((** 20 October 2016 by Lara Moloney from Manchester
The team were extremely attentive and helpful and the starters were delicious. However three of the main courses came (two market fish and the red mullet) plus two sides of kale & spinach were so salty it was difficult to eat. Although as my partner had to go back to work and we were limited on time we didn't complain. It is the first time I have been when this has happened though.
((((( 19 October 2016 by Beril Akyol from Manchester
It was a lovely piece of art, all the flavour combinations were extraordinary. The service was very nice too.
((((( 18 October 2016 by Mark Bell from Manchester
Fantastic place, really friendly staff, lovely building and food was absolutely fantastic.
((((( 18 October 2016 by Jane Donnan lee from Manchester
we had a lovely dinner. service was fantastic, food was lovely. We managed to get in for the Pre Theatre menu so it was great value too. Would return and recommend.
((((* 18 October 2016 by Ben Smith from Manchester
Our table was perfect - right under the tree in the garden. The gazpacho starter was fantastic and the duck and risotto main courses were delicious. We were a little disappointed with the sides - chips (were they frozen?) and the red cabbage was very sweet. We felt very rushed to place our drink and food orders - we were asked every 2 minutes if we were ready to order! Also felt that staff were waiting for you to take a drink, so they could come and re-fill your glass.
((((* 18 October 2016 by Ian Redman from Halifax
we were going to an afternoon concert at Bridgewater Hall and had Sunday lunch. we both had the set roast beefThe meal would have been excellent had it been hot. Sadly whilst not cold it was less than hot. We had to send the soup back as that was cold. The surroundings were good as was the service if a little over the top. The music was ok but a little on the noisy side. Having said all that we would go again.
((((( 18 October 2016 by Stella Wright from Manchester
Our first visit to Mr Coopers and we loved it. The atmosphere, ambience and decor made us feel relaxed. Not too noisy but not too quiet either. We opted for the pre theatre menu. The portions looked small but they tasted absolutely lovely and at the end of our meal we were pleasantly full. There is nothing worse than leaving a restaurant so stuffed you can't breath! The service was impeccable and each member of staff that came to our table were both pleasant and friendly. No long waiting in between meals or collecting the bill!! Definitely going to return.
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