Manchester's Little Italy: Get Ready for NQ's New Authentic Sicilian Bistro

Live and direct from the toe of Italy's boot: the best authentic Sicilian cuisine in the Northern Quarter.

By Manchester's Finest | March 3rd '20

Cosy Sicilian eatery, William Sicilian Street Food, has a new home in the heart of the Northern Quarter. Taking up the space that previously housed La Boca, Sicilian NQ is now in new premises on 14 Turner Street.

Sicilian NQ is now open for bookings, with a launch night on Thursday 5th March at 6pm, with free food & welcome prosecco on arrival!

The owner, Carmen Andre, “moved to England in 2013 and I noticed a lack of original flavours from Italy and the complete absence of Sicilian food in the market. I missed my island, so, 2 years ago I decided to create something new, original, and homemade. Under this concept, William Sicilian Street Food was born.”

“Our Sicilian Street Food is authentic in both ingredients and recipes and is the first and only Sicilian place in Manchester City Centre!

“We are announcing our move to bigger premises – our fans don’t have too far to go to get our famous ricotta cannoli, traditional tiramisu, pasta, or best arancini in town, as the new place will still be in the Northern Quarter in Turner Street.”

“My background is engineering, but eating delicious food is in my DNA. My passion is good food and good wine in a charming environment so the step was short and Sicilian Street Food arrived in Manchester.”

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Sicilian NQ

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Sicilian NQ, 14 Turner Street, Manchester, M4 1DZ
Open Wednesday – Monday, 12pm – 11pm

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