Livebait (Manchester) Reviews
Description:Seafood. 22 Lloyd Street, Albert Square, Manchester, M2 tel = 0161 817 4110
Newest Review: ... was a nice soup base but there was not a single piece of fish init. My wife had the cod with crushed new potatoes. The skin of the cod was soft which I would have expected to be crisp since it was roasted. Underneath was the smallest amount of potatoes that the whole dish looked like a small starter. I had the fish and chips, and I have to say I have had much better from take away chip shops. ... more
Customer Livebait (Manchester) Reviews (3)
by John Brennan - written on 20/11/10
Went to the Manchestrer Livebait on Friday evening, 19th Nov 10, at 6-30pm. We both had the fish soup to start, which was a nice soup base but there was not a single piece of fish init. My wife had the cod with crushed new potatoes. The skin of the cod was soft which I would have expected to be crisp since it was roasted. Underneath was the smallest amount of potatoes that the whole dish looked like a small starter. I had the fish and chips, and I have to say I have had much better from take away chip shops. The fish tasted like it had been cooked in old oil. The chips consisted of about 5 or 6 normal sized chips and the rest were bits and scraps that ... Read the complete review
by jason - written on 06/02/08
Worlds worst ever customer service. Don't waste your money. They were not interested when i tried to complain.
by - written on 12/12/06, updated on 12/12/06 (Very useful, 662 readings)
Until I was searching online I had no idea that Livebait had a branch in Manchester; I once went to the Waterloo branch about ten years ago and had a thoroughly splendid evening - possibly something to do with seeing not only Marc Almond devouring a lobster but wishy-washy Liberal Democrat Simon Hughes dithering over the menu (they weren't together as far I know but with old Hughsie's admissions recently maybe I'm wrong…) I had almost forgotten about Livebait, though, until last week when I needed to book a meal in Manchester at short notice. Manchester is a city I vaguely know but don't get to that often so I had no starting point. An online search threw up ... Read the complete review
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