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Chandlers
Copthorne Hotel Manchester
Manchester
Greater Manchester

M5 2XP | View map

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Chandlers, the award-winning waterfront restaurant in the Copthorne Hotel Manchester, boasts a fabulous waterside location to compliment its excellent Modern International Menu. A perfect place for business entertaining, intimate dinners or to celebrate special occasions. Chandlers has a light airy ambience during the day, and a subtly romantic one in the evening. The seasonal menus produced by Executive Head Chef, Wayne Hatenboer are prepared using the finest fresh and local ingredients. Creations like baked wild mushroom and Madeira tea with celeriac, truffle and poached quails' eggs, followed by steamed crispy Gressingham duck with five spice set on balsamic vinegar and lemon grass infusion and rhubarb chutney. Luscious desserts too. Watch out for flambe dish specials - they are an entertainment in themselves.

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