As one of Manchester’s best independent restaurants, TNQ Restaurant and Bar has stood the test of time since opening 9 years ago. Located in the heart of the Northern Quarter neighbourhood, TNQ set's the standard by creating seasonal, locally sourced, gourmet dishes and homemade desserts. Using only the finest ingredients the North West & the British Isles has to offer.Head chef, Anthony Fielden, has developed a prolific portfolio of experience at some of Manchester's finest restaurants, now putting TNQ on the map. A prime example is the Barry Pugh’s suckling pig with Bury black pudding jus, one of the most popular dishes, exemplifing the quality sourcing of ingredients: a rare speciality worth seeking out when choosing where to eat. A unique and diverse wine list marries well with the seasonally changing menus, giving customers the finest quality and experience all year round. TNQ showcase’s a true taste of Manchester offering visitor’s honest ‘northern soul’ food, superb wines and friendly service. Originally a storage warehouse for the old Smithfield fish markets, TNQ is now a humble modern dining room with rustic wooden floors and floor-to-ceiling windows offering guests a view of one of Manchester’s most popular architectural features: The original Smithfield market façade. TNQ is within walking distance of Victoria and Piccadilly train stations and a 3 minute walk from Shudehill tram station.
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