Bringing the absolute best of British to the table The Albert Chop House is located in the heart of Manchester city centre on the Albert square offering simple dishes with a modern twist in an extraordinary space in true British style.
Its open all-day every day from breakfast through to lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
Wether you are taking a friends out, having a business lunch, planning an anniversary or just fancy a family dinner or couple of drinks, The Albert Chop house is the perfect place visit .
The restaurant has an Industrial-chic decor in a revamped Victorian warehouse and a parts of the classic British decor and traditional accessories adding even more atmosphere to this place.
To learn more about the traditional British dishes with contemporary twists we were invited to try “The Lunch Special “ menu.
You can decide to have three or two course meal price set menu is only £16-£19 .
The starter includes a choose of the 4 different dishes and it all comes in a decent portion size too.
I decided to go fo the Beetroot Yorkshire and Riccotta salad. The light and refreshing heritage beetroot served with soft ricotta cheese and zingy dressing.All beautifully plated and just right for hot summer days.
However my friend was excited to try some of the “Wild Garlic Soup” which was kindly recommended by our waitress on arrival.
Also, the soup was delicious, very filling and well presented.
Classic Main course included a “Ham and egg Salad”,”Marcel”, “Speltotto “ and of course a traditional Steak & Chips.
This time I wanted to try the Spelotto , which is a healthier version of risotto, made of barley and garden peas, broad beans and spinach topped with some grilled goat cheese.
Sounds like a warm superfood salad I absolutely loved my main course.
Even more I did not had that full and heavy feeling as you often can get after rich and creamy risotto.
The second main course chosen by my friend was Steak and chips. Considering she requested it to be well done meat still was tender and hand cut chips was the best she ever had.
As both meals we had was light and healthy we could not resist from trying some of the Chop house desserts.
You can’t go wrong with a Pavlova on a hot summer day and refreshing lemon posset with homemade shortbread.Both desserts were exceptionally tasty and beautifully served.
A cup of black coffee after the lunch was a perfect was to finish the lunch.
Although the restaurant have some outside tables which are great for hot summer days , lift access is avaliable for the restaurant and bar of the first floor if you arrive early and fancy an Aperetif.
I would definitely recommend The Albert Chop house as a traditional British restaurant for its service and delicious food.