2013 slide Food Hotel Review Restaurant Review Uncategorized

Dinning at The Lowry Hotel

Dinner at The Lowry Hotel was amazing, the wines was super, the food was good, the staff friendly and attentive and the atmosphere was just perfect.
There is a seasonal market menu at The River Restaurant thats evolves around fresh well sourced local ingredients. 
Dishes are individually priced but a three course meal and a well chosen wine will cost £24.95.
Dinner At the Lowry Hotel Manchester
Crowdie pannacotta with
textures of beetroot (V) £7.50
Grilled sea bream fillet with herb crushed potatoes, 
broad beans and gazpacho sauce £14.50
– I’m a vegetarian but the lovely waiter goaded me into trying the bream and I’m so glad I did it as fresh, tasty and well perfect.
A watermelon surprise
Trio of farmhouse cheese
with grapes and tomato chutney £6.25
– I have never been one to turn down a cheese plate! I loved the tomato chutney!
 

Breakfast at the Lowry Hotel

Eating delectable Belgian Waffles and looking over the canal below was the perfect way to start my day.
– Breakfast at the Lowry includes all the usuals such as fruits, cereals and bakery goodies but there is also an A la carte menu with items like the Full english, eggs benedict, pancakes etc you can see the options here.
I went for the delicious Belgian waffles with seasonal berries and maple syrup – I consider myself a waffle connoisseur (read I eat a lot of waffle and like to waffle on about them) and these were the best I’ve had outside of Paris.
* I was a guest of The Lowry Hotel and had a complimentary stay however as always my opinion is honest.

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