The Albert Square Chop House

Industrial-chic decor in a revamped Victorian warehouse, with a buzzy bar and British restaurant.

The Albert Square Chop House is housed in Thomas Worthington’s iconic Memorial Hall, bang in the heart of the City.

Built in 1866, listed, but long neglected, it’s now a brilliant dining pub and British restaurant, with a unique function floor that’s perfect for events, business meetings, private dining, parties and weddings.

The food is strictly best of British with a modern twist, using fresh regional ingredients grown and created by local producers.

Look out for their signature corned beef hash- it is a Manchester classic and their Sunday roasts are drool-worthy too.

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