Characterful restaurant and bar in a historic former pub, serving classic comfort food with a modern twist.
Mr Thomas’s Chop House is a grade II listed building which first opened as a public house in 1870. It’s cast iron frame building and terracotta block displaying Art Nouveau motifs is a local institution in Manchester and one of the jewels in Manchester’s crown. The managers and staff are committed to keeping Mr Thomas’s at the forefront of Manchester life with fine food, fine wines, good beer and great company.
Classic British cooking is the name of the game. They buy the best local ingredients from real enthusiasts, passionate about their produce, and cook classic British dishes that Mrs Beeton would have been proud of – with a modern twist, of course!
You could call it authentic British cooking for the 21st century, or not call it anything at all, just go and enjoy it. Their beer battered fish and chips is most certainly one of the best in the city too.