Azzurro Restaurant (Manchester) Reviews
Newest Review: ... a bit like that. I once walked out of an Italian place because they didn't serve any pasta or bread. One I can cope without, two is pushing it unless my dining companion condones chocolate fudge cake for a main course. Vegetarian options are marked clearly, as are those contacting nuts. We order - a starter to share, and two pasta dishes, plus two soft drinks. For the first time in forever, in a 'proper' restaurant (i.e. not the likes of Pizza Hut) I am served a glass of fountain coke, not a can or, more usual, a glass bottle. Maybe it's cheap knock-off Coke, but it does taste like the Real Thing. Ice and lemon come as standard - we would h... more
Customer Azzurro Restaurant (Manchester) Reviews (2)
by Hannah Bates - written on 09/08/12
I have recently discovered Azzurro & keep going back. I have had meals there with my partner & also I have brought groups of friends. I always get complimented on my choice of restaurant. It's a quirky little authentic Italian. There's lots of open brickwork, candles and a great seafood board. The food here stands out from any other Italian. It's so delicious! Everything seems home made. I'd recommend the carpaccio, any seafood main & the limoncello cheesecake to finish. Yum!
by - written on 23/08/09 (Very useful, 105 readings)
We find Azzurro opposite Somerfield towards one end of Burton Road in West Didsbury, which depending on who you talk to is now the more- or less-pretentious of the Didsburys. It is Saturday night, and the restaurant opened over an hour ago, but is still deserted. We are offered a specific choice of two of the 15 or so tables. Perhaps they are expecting a large group? We sit close to the window but not in the window. We are not mannequins after all. The restaurant is new (to me) but probably served up different cuisine in an earlier life. Places on this street go through regular reincarnations, but usually stick to their food-service routes. It is minimalist ... Read the complete review
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