Kaleido Restaurant & Bar
Kaleido towers 35 metres above street level at the National Football Museum in the iconic Urbis building - where glass walls give panoramic city centre rooftop views from what could be Manchester's highest restaurant.
Food ranges from gourmet à la carte to New York-style ‘haute dogs'. The great value ‘express lunch' starts at noon and goes right through the afternoon until 6.30pm, Monday to Saturday, for business people, city centre workers, shoppers and visitors. It's the nearest restaurant to the Manchester Arena and its city centre position makes Kaleido a popular choice for pre-theatre and pre-concert dining. There's an outstanding two-course Sunday Lunch too.
Or, if it's just a drink you want, drop into the sixth floor bar at any time of the day.
And after dark the intimate atmosphere of relaxed fine dining absorbs a different range of light and reflections as Kaleido becomes a surprising night-time kaleidoscope of colour.
is at the National Football Museum on the 5th and 6th floors of the Urbis Building in Cathedral Gardens, Manchester M4 3BG
Open Monday to Saturday - restaurant from 12 noon to 10pm, (last food orders - 9.45pm bar from 12 noon until late
Sunday - open 12 noon to 6pm (last food orders 5pm)
5th and 6th floors,Urbis Building
Cathedral Gardens, Manchester, M4 3BG
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