The Old Wellington: "Traditional Pub Food!" Manchester Restaurant Tip by spidermiss
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Gillian (Gillybob) and Vicki (Myfanwe) reserved tables for the VT Manchester Christmas Markets Meet's evening meal at this lovely historic pub restaurant in November 2011.
The Old Wellington has a separate restaurant area to the pub. The Old Wellington has a proud history with being the oldest building in the city centre; the family home of John Byrom (the writer); the first bank; first quay; and was the heart of the cotton industry during the industrial revolution.
I loved the half timbered pub restaurant with its wooden pannelled walls and ceilings and atmosphere.
Favorite Dish: I wanted to have some traditional pub food so I ordered the beef and vintage ale pie which is beef braised in ale in a gravy. The pie was accompanied by seasonal vegetables and potato mash.
The meal was excellent and went down nicely with a pear cider and great company of VTers!
I paid around 15 gbp incluing tip for the meal.
I would return to The Wellington again for another meal in the future.
Address: 4 Cathedral Gates, Manchester, M3 1SW
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: In the City Centre
Phone: 0161 839 5179
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