Are you searching for an Irish Sunday roast in Manchester? Don’t worry – We’ve got just what you need! The Irish World Heritage Centre serves a traditional Irish Roast Dinner every Sunday from 1-5pm. No booking is required – just walk in! We also offer take away Roast Dinners. You can call us on 0161 697 4105 to order yours, or walk in and wait while we dish it up!
We offer 3 courses, and keep our prices as low as possible. We want the Irish Centre to be a place for families and loved ones to come together and enjoy a family meal! This means our menu does change, as we buy seasonal produce and opt for the best value, good quality meat options.
The below menu and prices are from Sunday 15th October 2023. This should give you an idea of what’s available and the kind of prices you’ll pay…
Just in case the above menu image doesn’t show up for you, the menu is as follows:
Vegetable Soup & Roll – £3.95 (Ve)
Crispy Garlic Calamari, Lemon mayo & Salad – £4.95
Mozzarella Sticks, salad & coleslaw – £3.95 (V)
BBQ Chicken Wings, side salad & coleslaw – £5.95
(All served with roast potato, mashed potato, cabbage, peas, sunshine mash (carrot & parsnip mash), stuffing, Yorkshire pudding & gravy).
Roast Beef – £12.95 Adult / Child £7.95
Roast Turkey – £11.95 Adult / Child £7.95
Roast Gammon – £11.95 Adult / Child £7.95
Chicken Maryland or Kiev – £11.95
Scampi, Chips, Salad & Tartar Sauce – £9.50
Chicken Curry, Rice & Chips – £9.50
Triple Chocolate Brownie With Mixed Berry Compote & Ice cream – £3.50 (V)
Golden Syrup Cake & Custard – £3.50 (V)
Eton Mess – £3.50 (V)
Getting an Irish Sunday roast in Manchester requires no pre-planning! No booking is required here – Just show up! It’s table service and we serve from 1pm to 5pm every week! (We highly recommend you get here early to avoid disappointment – We have been known to sell out of a particular meat, if it’s proving popular)!
Don’t worry if you’re veggie – we always have a veggie option available too!
We do our best to cater for dietary requirements, but cannot guarantee a gluten free environment.
If all this talk of an Irish Sunday roast in Manchester has put you in the mood for an Irish Fry up, why not visit our cafe for an Irish Breakfast?
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