Panama Hattys (Manchester) Reviews
Description:Address: 43a Brown Street / Manchester M2 2JJ / England / Casual dining.
Newest Review: ... then the more choices the better i say. As most people would want from any restaurant, this place offers a warm, cosy sort of atmosphere, with dim, romantic lighting and mellowed out music to accompany your meal. They could quite easily squeeze in a swooning violinist, an obese Argentinian gangster being fed shrimp by half a dozen ladies, an English family of brats and so on, and none would ... more
Customer Panama Hattys (Manchester) Reviews (3)
by - written on 26/11/09 (Useful, 33 readings)
Hattys is a downstairs restaurant at the top of King street that serves food from around the globe. Ramsay would have a fit because the menu's massive and he always preaches about simplicity, but i tried his cook-along last week and it didn't work so screw him. Plus if the chefs can cope then the more choices the better i say. As most people would want from any restaurant, this place offers a warm, cosy sort of atmosphere, with dim, romantic lighting and mellowed out music to accompany your meal. They could quite easily squeeze in a swooning violinist, an obese Argentinian gangster being fed shrimp by half a dozen ladies, an English family of brats and so on, and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/09 (Useful, 51 readings)
I went here once with a bunch of people from work and was pleasantly suprised about how good it was. The place itself is actually quite tricky to find, it is tucked away in a side street in the basement of a building. When you walk in you are directed to a lounge area where you wait to be shown to your table, in the mean time you order your drinks and start supping straight away. Once shown to your table, the lighting is dim enough to create atmosphere but not so much as to leave you blind, and the chairs are nice and comfy. The food is excellent, we all ended up trying each others food for comparison and it was all very good. I particularly enjoyed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/09 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Panama Hattys (Manchester) is a restaurant located on Brown Street in Manchester City Centre. (Just off King Street). It's easy to miss this place as its located in the basement of a large building. The entrance to the restuarant has an illuminated Panama Hattys sign above the doorway. This is a hidden gem of a restaurant which I've visited on a number of occasions and have never been disappointed. Once you enter the restaurant you are taken to the lounge bar and a drinks order is taken. (A cocktail and wine menu is provided with a large variety on offer.) The lounge is made up of a number of different seating (Setees, wicker chairs etc) ... Read the complete review
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