Manchester’s Corn Exchange, is this week announcing further post-lockdown re-openings, with Mowgli, Pho and Tampopo all joining the venues other al fresco wining and dining offerings.

Each of the three restaurants, which specialise in Indian, Vietnamese and Pan Asian cuisine respectively, is serving luscious lunches, delicious dinners and dreamy drinks outdoors along the cobbles of Cathedral Street and Exchange Square.

For those looking for a last-minute slot, flexibility or a suitable spot to head to keep the feel-good vibe going after a previous booking has concluded, many of the Corn Exchange resident venues have a limited number of tables available for walk-in guests. Currently, Gino D’Acampo, Salvi’s, Pho, Mowgli, Delhi House Café and Vapiano are all accepting guests without reservations.

New menus have also been launched across the venue, with Gino D’Acampo’s restaurant launching a tasty new Spring menu from the celebrity chef. Visitors to Gino’s can tuck into a fresh chicken & salame salad with Italian beans or a panna cotta with strawberries & ameretto!

While diners at Delhi House Café can also enjoy the restaurant’s new comfort food menu, which features everything from small plates to unique burgers, all of which can be enjoyed whilst overlooking Cathedral Gardens from its’ new patio.

Finally, many restaurants have added covered & heated dining areas – which may prove especially useful if the famously unpredictable Mancunian weather takes a turn for the worst. Guests can enjoy everything from an Aperol spritz to tasty charcuterie boards safe in the knowledge that they’re protected from the elements.

The majority of the Corn Exchange’s brands are now open and taking bookings online; all venues will be following Government guidelines.

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Details of further re-openings on the 17th May, once the next stage of the government roadmap unlocks, will be confirmed shortly.


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