Kro Bar (Manchester) Reviews
Newest Review: ... large with just about something for everyone. Although I have not tried the breakfast menu they have a wide range of items combining traditional ingredients and different types of breads and bagels. They do a humongous breakfast for six pounds and bagels and sandwiches are £3.95. This might be more a treat than an everyday breakfast as I feel that it is a wee bit expensive .The bar opens at 8.30 for breakfast,. The Main Menu is quite expansive and has something for everyone. The roast dinner with a pint of either Carling tempted me or London Pride for just under £6 but opted for a vegetable enchilada. My sister had stuffed roasted peppers... more
Customer Kro Bar (Manchester) Reviews (2)
by - written on 16/07/06 (Very useful, 284 readings)
I miss Manchester's bar scene so thought I would review one of my old favourites Kro Bar. It is a mini chain of classy bars, which I just adore. If I said to you that Krobar was Danish inspired bar what would you think? Perhaps you might think yummy bacon and pastries or perhaps you would think oh no all the bar staff will be wearing horned Viking helmets and fake blond plaits and Valkery costumes. Be rest assured there are no tacky references to Denmark in these rather classy bars. It is Danish inspired as the bar's name comes from the Danish word for a pub or an inn Kro. The owners are also Danish in origin giving it an authentic touch. They do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/05 (Very useful, 146 readings)
There is actually more than one Kro-bar in Manchester, so I'll mention the two I know ( I think there are 3 or 4). The Kro in kro bar is apparently Danish (or it might be Finnish?) for Bar. So it's name is bar bar. I think they chose it because it sounded funny, but the bar does have a slight Danish/Scandanavian influence. The original Kro bar is directly opposite the Manchester University union, which leads, obviously, to it being dominated by one particular group; yes, students. However, the prices mean that it's not too rowdy a crowd. It's situated in an old Georgian/Victorian townhouse, with bench and table seating outside at the front and back, ... Read the complete review
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