0.5 miles
5 Old Bank Street, Manchester, M2 7PE

Owned by Coronation Street actress Jennie McAlpine and her husband Chris Farr, Annies is the perfect setting for enjoying good old-fashioned food while relaxing in comfort and style. Situated on St Ann’s Square in the iconic Royal Exchange building, and tucked away from the hustle and bustle, Annies is designed to make you feel like you’re visiting your favourite auntie.

The menu reflects the team’s take on traditional British cuisine and is served with skill and flair. It features classics such as fish and chips, Lancashire hotpot and lamb shank alongside a selection of steaks and burgers. Annies also serves traditional afternoon tea. The afternoon tea offering is the epitome of elegant dining – think delicious sandwiches, scrumptious scones with jam and clotted cream, a selection of beautiful cakes and, of course, tea. Add a little sparkle to your day and treat yourself to a Champagne afternoon tea, which includes a glass of fizz.

The restaurant also boasts a stylish private dining room that can be booked exclusively for you and your friends and family. Up to 34 guests can dine in privacy and comfort, and the team will work with you to ensure that you have everything you need. Whether you choose a hearty dinner, a light meal or afternoon tea, you can be sure of high-quality, tasty food prepared with skill and care, and professional, genuinely welcoming service.

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