Private dining in Manchester

Claire Murray | Date posted - 13 Nov 2018

If your idea of private dining is eating micro’d mac and cheese in bed then you probably need our help. Whether you’re booking a birthday or just fancy getting loud, we’ve put together a list of places for the best private dining in Manchester that will satisfy your every want.

Fazenda

Meat, meat, and more meat. Sweet! Fazenda is famous for its rodizio-style service, where you flip a coloured card to green or red depending on if you want them to come round with more meat. They also have a stunning private dining room where you and your gang can all hang out and stuff yourselves in style. With comfy leather seats, stripped back wood, and gorgeous chandeliers, you’re really going to feel like royalty. If you’re planning a party for between 6 to 16 people, one of their three private dining rooms is bound to suit.

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Chaophraya

The king of fine Thai dining, Chaophraya has been wowing diners in various UK cities for years now. If you’re looking for private dining in Manchester with a bit of a twist, this will be perfect for you as they have standard dining, and an area to hold private cooking school events. Choose from classic Thai dishes like dumplings, pad thai, and massaman curries and wash it all down with their famous opulent cocktails.

Book a normal table on the right, or check out their site below.

Trof

These guys have a range of private dining options that will suit everyone. The Montana Lounge seats 25 and is a cool, casual space to relax in with a projector, screens, and even a jukebox. If you’re looking for something huge you can hire out the whole venue, and if it’s a little smaller, their Bourbon Bar is available for evening hire Sunday-Thursday.  They offer buffet options from just £8.50 per person, or you can choose tasty bites like steak and chips, katsu curry, or a classic burger from their main menu.

Book a normal table on the right, or check out their site below.

Don Giovanni

Everyone loves Italian so if you’re gathering a big group, it’s a sure-fire winner. For private dining menus, they have three options; primi, D’Argento, or Oro, starting from just £28. These include classic dishes like bruschetta, risotto funghi, and tiramisu, all cooked to Don Giovanni’s exacting standards. Round up upto 50 people and head here for Michelin-star dishes from chef Jean-Christophe Novelli.

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Cane and Grain: Liar’s Lounge

Situated above popular Cain and Grain, Liar’s Lounge is a cool tiki bar and Caribbean rum shop. (Don’t lie, you’re already convinced.) It holds up to 100 people so is a great spot for private dining in Manchester if you’ve got a big group. Impress your guests with a huge range of cocktails like the Zombie, Mai-Tai, Pina Colada, and their own concoctions. For eats they offer the standard Cain and Grain menu with burgers, po boys, ribs and more, alongside Liar’s Lounge’s own buffet menu. Yum!

Book a normal table on the right, or check out their site below.

TNQ

Perhaps you’re after a classy affair? Maybe it’s not the noise of your group you’re worried about but being disturbed by others? Fear not, TNQ has the answer. This upmarket venue offers the option to hire the full venue for your party, wedding, celebration, or just cos you fancy a Saturday with all your pals. (Clearly you’re minted if it’s the latter!) With food like venison carpaccio, Lancashire lamb rump, and roast monkfish, this is definitely the place to book if you’re pushing the boat out.

Book a normal table on the right, or check out their site below.

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