Le Petit Blanc (Manchester) Reviews
Description:French. 55 King Street, (off Chapel Walk), Manchester, M2 4LQ, England Tel 0161 832 1000 Fax 0161 832 1001.
Newest Review: ... 2 tables within 4 inches is too much to bear, but they certainly all looked “aware” of their neighbours conversations. My Roquefort Souffle was rubbery and cold – and if actual Roquefort cheese came anywhere near the thing, as opposed to some other blue cheese, I am, in the immortal phrase, a chinaman. My dinner partner’s soup was apparently “OK” My main course was Haddock. Firstly it was ... more
Customer Le Petit Blanc (Manchester) Reviews (4)
by Peter - written on 29/04/07
I had dinner at Brasserie Blanc last night in Oxford. You have got to be joking !! Let me elaborate. Firstly the next table was precicely 4 inches from mine (I measured it) which made conversation difficult in the extreme. We were lucky enough to have an “end” table next to the window (wonderful view of a pile of rusty bicycles) What people with inside tables must have thought with 2 tables within 4 inches is too much to bear, but they certainly all looked “aware” of their neighbours conversations. My Roquefort Souffle was rubbery and cold – and if actual Roquefort cheese came anywhere near the thing, as opposed to some other blue cheese, I am, in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/03, updated on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 313 readings)
Yesterday was my birthday. As a way of celebrating, hubby booked a table at Raymond Blanc's brasserie on King Street Manchester. And a very happy birthday I had too!. THE VENUE The venue is bright, immaculately maintained with beautiful flower displays. The tables are reasonable spaced and there is a good sized no smoking area. THE MENU/THE FOOD The menu changes regularly. As well as a dozen or so starters, there were five types of bread to choose from. Starters on last nights menu included a couple of soups, Caesar salad, deep fried goats cheese with a tomato chutney and moules marinieres. Sixteen main courses - Grilled organic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/01, updated on 05/11/01 (Very useful, 1542 readings)
It was Tigger and mine's 2 year anniversary on Saturday. So, for a treat Tigger booked us into Le Petit Blanc, Raymond Blanc's restaurant recently opened in the trendy shopping area of Manchester (King Street if you know it.) The only table that we could get was at 10.00pm, a bit late as I am sure some of you must think. But we've been abroad quite a few times this year and we've got used to eating late like the natives. When we arrived the Maitre'D was quick to find our reservation and we had no wait as we were led to our table and handed a menu each. Raymond's signature dishes are in bold type. The restaurant is square with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/01, updated on 05/05/01
Generally excellent, but perhaps the staff's attitude could be improved upon. - Advantages: Yummy food, Fast service, Lovely decor - Disadvantages: Staff slightly intimidating
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