10 Manchester Christmas Market Foods Actually Worth Eating
MANCHESTER residents have something of a love-hate relationship with the Christmas Markets. After all, one doesn’t always want to walk around a singing moose on the way to work. However, if you find yourself with time on your hands, the markets are worth a look. Love mulled gin, hand made pies and great street food? You’re in luck. Your guide to this year’s smorgasbord is food writer, Ruth Allan; a women who claims to eat at least one meal a day at the Christmas Markets. Let’s just say she knows her pancakes from her Poffertjes.
1. Northern Soul’s Grilled cheese Crimbo Dinner Sandwich – £6.50
Manchester’s award-winning grilled cheese merchants are new to the Albert Square Market and they’ve created an epic Christmas Dinner sandwich for the occasion. Expect a thick layer of melted, house-blend grated cheese, built up with cranberry sauce (with a bite), fresh stuffing, turkey breast, and topped with a satellite sausage on a stick and finished off with gravy drizzle. The most satisfying snack in town – and a great hangover cure.
Location: Albert Square, in the very centre, just next to the singing Moose.
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