Baltic Cellar

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20 Lloyd Street, Manchester M2 5WA 20 Lloyd Street, Manchester M2 5WA Directions
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Alive with Eastern spirit, Baltic Cellar brings the colours, flavours and aromas of the region’s cuisine to the heart of Manchester. The eatery is situated on Lloyd Street in the centre of the city and specialises in marinated meat and seafood skewers cooked over a charcoal grill. The kitchen also prepares Estonian meatloaf, Polish sausages, Russian dumplings and many other regional delicacies. The drinks menu encompasses a wide range of vodka and other spirits plus beer and wine from the Baltic region and Eastern Europe. The subterranean restaurant features fairy lights and leather booth seating and regularly plays host to seasonal events.

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Report | 17 days ago
Different food,served well in pleasant surroundings
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Great food ...pleasant atmosphere ...good service
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Nice place food and wine well priced for the qulaity
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Report | 2 months ago
Really beautiful place, great food and beer and friendly helpful service
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Report | 2 months ago
Groupon deal worked a treat! Skewers were lovely and good sized portion. A different dining experience.
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Report | a year ago
Keep up the good work!
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Very friendly staff
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Report | a year ago
Really great food at a great price, loved the surroundings, friendly staff, will definately go again.
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Report | a year ago
Wasn't clear at the time of purchasing the voucher that the choice of food would be restricted to such a small menu
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Enjoyed our visit lovely waitress
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