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Head chef Oliver Thomas won the ‘Taste of Manchester’ award in 2010 for his outstanding British cuisine, which emphasises the use of local produce and traditional cooking methods. The result is terrific: how about grilled native lobster with garlic butter and chips, or Welsh Salt Marsh lamb with sweet potato, apricots and sugar-snap peas? Floor-to-ceiling glass panels flood the room with light during the day, and make for romantic evening dining, with the twinkle of the city lights.
Cachumba does for food what the ‘global beats’ section in a record shop does for music: it brings together flavours from all over the world (Southeast Asia, India and a selection from Africa) and serves them up in small, tapas-style portions. Friendly, relaxed, informal and exactly the kind of cafe we like to linger in. Recommended.
The 2nd-floor restaurant is excellent and even has a wine list of more than 400 different wines.