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Five Sinfully Tasty Places To Order Risotto In Manchester

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If you’ve ever tried to make risotto then you’ll know that’s it ain’t easy.

It boils over, it dries out, it doesn’t soften or it just disintegrates altogether. 

Or is that just me…

Anyways, not being an easy dish to make gives us the perfect excuse to just go out and order some! 

Here are five places in Manchester to order some heavenly risotto. 

Bon Appétit!

1. Sugo Pasta Kitchen

First up is our personal office favourite, and annoyingly, probably the toughest one to get a reservation at.

They have a monthly-changing menu, with a slow-cooked beef shin, pork shoulder and nduja ragu

They switch up the ingredients and pastas daily, but you’re always in for a treat and massive portion. 

To be perfectly honest with you, everything from this place is good…

2. Salvi’s Mozzarella Bar & Restaurant (Corn Exchange)

Love seafood? Salvi’s Risotto Mare is the only dish you ever need in your life. 

The seafood dish ain’t too cheap, at £14.95, but when you consider the ingredients – fresh prawns, squid, mussels, clams – it starts to look a little more reasonable and the pure, heavenly taste makes it 100% worth it.

They have a very vegetarian option too – the Risotto ai Funhgi with saffron, mushrooms, onion and parmesan.

3. San Carlo Fumo

Another very tasty seafood risotto here – but absolutely worthy of a mention – the King Scallop, peas and mint give it an unusual edge – and the porcini and truffle oil risotto is absolutely stand-out too.

4. Lupo Caffe Italiano, Salford

Absolutely everything from the focaccia, the cakes, the chocolate eclairs…OMG we’re drooling just thinking about this place. The cheese, asparagus and walnut lasagne is a close second but the stand-out here for me is the fried arancina risotto balls.

Gooey. Delicately flavoured.

Pure heaven.

5. Albert’s Shed

This place is not talked about as much as it should be, we don’t think – but if you go (which you should) order the baked half lobster with a cherry tomato and parmesan risotto and courgette fritti – there will be no regrets, we promise.

It’s on the pricier side at £19.50 but worth every single penny.

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