The Ginnel (Manchester) Reviews
Description:18-22 Lloyd Street / Off Albert Square / Manchester / England. This 8,000-square-foot-shop offers an extensive ... more
Newest Review: ... They are all genuinely friendly and the John Hurt look-a-like Keith just exudes charm and worldly wisdom as he sits with his everlasting cig only being interrupted to casually and graciously serve the food. (For the non-smokers, the café is split into non- and smoking areas, and the non-smoking is situated near the windows and the light.) One of the qualities I love best about The Ginnel ... more
Customer The Ginnel (Manchester) Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/04/02, updated on 26/04/02 (Very useful, 303 readings)
This secret hideaway is just off the beaten track in Manchester’s constantly changing city-centre. In a cappuccino-soaked city-centre full of chains of plastic coffee bars and trendy expensive sandwich shops, The Ginnel is an oasis – one of the few diminishing places left that has real charm, excellent service and delicious food for a reasonable price. The Ginnel covers a vast area (larger than you realise on your first visits) in the basement of Lloyd’s House, Lloyd Street which runs off one of the corners of Albert Square, the city’s centre of government, law and finance. The Ginnel itself comprises of The Ginnel Gallery, a huge ... Read the complete review
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