Yang Sing Restaurant

Yang Sing Restaurant

Chinese and East Asian

0.5 miles
34 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 4JY
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In Manchester's Chinatown, well-established restaurant Yang Sing has been serving exquisite Cantonese cuisine for over 30 years. Continually cooking up fresh, innovative gourmet food, director and executive chef Harry Yeung is second-to-none at sourcing quality produce, and still insists on personally overseeing the purchase of ingredients. The restaurant has received numerous accolades, and was the first ethnic restaurant to have been given a 'Pestle & Mortar' award by the Good Food Guide in 1983. However, the Yang Sing team are most proud of the awards voted for by their customers - the restaurant was the overall winner of Tsingtao's Legacy of Taste award in 2008, and was a regional winner in 2009. Nominated again this year, Yang Sing will no doubt cook up a storm. Set over two floors, with private dining facilities available for 30 to 220 diners, Yang Sing is perfect for any occasion. The menu offers a choice of over 60 delicious dim sum dishes and 200 mouth-watering mains, catering for a variety of dietary requirements. Sample luscious langoustine prawns in chilli, deep-fried succulent pork and prawn sui mai, or indulge in a designer banquet menu tailored especially for your party. Unbelievably, Yang Sing's committed team only closes the restaurant for Christmas day, ensuring you will never be without their accomplished Cantonese cuisine.


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