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Located a short stroll away from the Jewish Museum in Manchester, this Polish restaurant boasts two large 50-seater dining halls and an outdoor patio, with wood flooring and rustic brick walls. The Wooden Hill Restaurant strives to bring the hospitality and flavours of central Europe to Manchester, with the likes of Polish sausages, various cuts of barbecued meat accompanied by sourdough based soup and freshly made bread. The dining room is equipped with a projector for hosting various events from business meetings to birthday parties along with a dedicated kids' corner with small chairs and a kids' menu.
Nice experience good value with Groupon voucher. Soup and pork shoulder both excellent.
The waitress, Carolina, I think it was her name was superb. Very polite and accommodating. Big portion food as well.
The food was acceptable - but it was disconcerting to note that we were charged extra for the potatoes and salad with the main course - without being advised by the waitress that these where considered as 'extras '.
Very clean,child friendly,and pleasant staff,the food was delicious and plenty,go hungry is my tip
Lovley food, great staff , big portions , just one minus I had to additonal pay for the sides , which is knock. it was just few pounds but should not .. all in all 5 stars.
Great food and service, would definitely go back.
Wooden Hill Restaurant