Description of TNQ
TNQ set the standard by creating seasonal, affordable, classic gourmet dishes & homemade desserts. Using only the finest ingredients the North West & the British Isles has to offer and infused with flavours of the Med and beyond, dishes are prepared daily by head chef, Anthony Fielden.
TNQ is a thriving, independent neighbourhood restaurant, set in Manchester's vibrant Northern Quarter, showcasing a true taste of Manchester by offering visitors honest 'Northern Soul' food, superb wines & stellar service.
Once a storage warehouse for the old Smithfield fish markets, TNQ is now a humble modern dining room with rustic wooden floors & floor-to-ceiling windows offering a view of the Grade I-listed Smithfield fish market facade.
TNQ offers lunch and a la carte menu options, alongside a full bar menu of wines, cocktails and rich coffees. TNQ is the perfect location to relax & read the Sunday papers whilst enjoying the great British tradition of Sunday lunch; a host of succulent meats are served with all the trimmings, as well as fresh fish and vegetarian options.
The Northern Quarter Restaurant and Bar is within 10 minutes walking distance of Victoria and Piccadilly train stations, and a 3-minute walk from Shudehill tram station.
How to reserve a table at TNQ
We advise you avoid disappointment by booking your table in advance. We offer a completely free table reservation service for you. Click below to find availability and book your table...
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 22:30
Sunday: 12:00 - 19:00
Local points of interest:
The following music venues, bars, clubs and hotels are near to TNQ:
- Sweet Mandarin (Bar/Pub) 94 yards away
- Band On The Wall (Live music venue) 99 yards away
- A Place Called Common (Nightclub) 106 yards away
- Common (Bar/Pub) 106 yards away
- Common Bar (Bar/Pub) 106 yards away
Find out more about the local clubs, bars, restaurants and points of interest: TNQ map