Quality Chinese & Thai Cuisine. Oriental Express have been perfecting their food since 1999.
Situated in historic Bexley Square, Salford, The New Oxford is an award winning real ale bar which features 16 regularly changing cask ales, 12 continental draft beers and a world beer menu listing over 100 bottled Belgian, German, Dutch and Danish beers.
The New Oxford offers a warm and friendly atmosphere with a regular quiz held on Tuesday nights. An acoustic/open mic night is held on the last Sunday of each month. Regular beer festivals are held monthly with many sought after beers from local breweries. Outdoor seating is available in the summer with a heated area for smokers in the colder months.
The Ainscow Hotel is the proud result of a major restoration project. With a history dating back to 1878, The Brown Brothers Building has long been recognised as a local landmark – standing as it does on the very border between the twinned cities of Manchester and Salford.
Having served as an industrial workplace for over a century, the Brown Brothers Building has played an important role in the working lives of tens of thousands of local people. In respect of this, the hotel has worked with Salford City Council to recruit 75% of staff from the local community in order to preserve this tradition.
The Ainscow has been designed to impress offering a stylish yet informal retreat for visitors to Salford and Manchester.
More than just a pub the Kings Arms comprises of studio space and a theatre and was described by The Guardian as ‘Britain’s most bohemian back-street boozer.’ The Kings has been used as a location for filming for TV productions such as Cracker and Fresh Meat and hosts a knitting club, regular band nights and plays. Time Out says ‘all told, it’s hard to fault this pub – even the jukebox has won awards.’
Otherwise known as Mo’s. A Chapel Street institution.
311-313 Chapel St, Salford M3 5JY
Open 7 days a week, 7:30am–11pm.
0161 832 4869