Stresa Salford Quays (Manchester) Reviews
Newest Review: ... of 'Frutti di Mare Risotto' described as 'signature seafood risotto finished with mascarpone', under some pressure from the eager waiter (I like to take my time over a menu so I make a good choice). Whilst I waited for my food I had a look through the menu which was weirdly not taken away once I had ordered; I can imagine this making for a cluttered table if more than one diner. The menu begins with a lovely note from the head chef, Stephen White, regarding the way in which the food is locally sourced (complete with whom from), it also talks a little about where the restaurant gets its name from - a small fishing village on the edge of ... more
Customer Stresa Salford Quays (Manchester) Reviews (2)
by Chris Bowman - written on 03/07/10
Stay away - avoid the embarrasent! We asked for the 'early evening deal' they denied all knowledge & then appeared - with a handwritten menu 'of the second'. We were then charged full price - when we came to pay! needless to say we declined and then ensued a power of nerves! We were nearly late for the theatre. never again! The food medicore! service almost none existent! Staff training? Eh do they have to train them? And yes - in an empty restaurant - it can take an age to get your food! Drinks come later! By tracking down the staff!Simply - never again!
by - written on 09/06/10 (Very useful, 108 readings)
On a recent trip to Manchester I stayed at the Ramada hotel on Trafford Road as I was attending a training course in Quay Plaza (Lowry Outlet Mall) and I needed somewhere close by, with a decent restaurant. When we were booking my accomodation I noticed that the Ramada incorporated a contemporary Italian restaurant called Stresa (pronounced Stray-Za). I read a little about the place from the website; bright and comfortable surroundings, locally sourced food and drink, impeccable standard of service and knowledgable staff all won me over. When I arrived at the hotel the first evening, I was rather excited to taste the 'mouth watering' delights of Stresa. I ... Read the complete review
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