Deliveroo has just added a whopping 112 new restaurants and takeaways to its platform, with the new additions spanning every borough in Greater Manchester – bar Wigan.
Of course, there are already a host of great restaurants on there to choose from when you’re in the mood for a food delivery – but now, we’re even more spoilt for what to order.
We’ve broken down all the newcomers for you by borough below, picking out a few new stand-outs we think are well worth a try if you feel like switching up your usual.
From Northern Quarter ice cream and soufflé pancake heroes Lazy Sundae, to Korean fried chicken, a dedicated mac and cheese restaurant, calzone pizzeria and more, keep reading to discover the best new additions to Deliveroo this April.
Our pick: Nam MCR
What does it serve? Vietnamese small plates, bowls of pho, noodles, curry and bahn mi.
Manchester City Centre
Mac & Co Waffle Craze PIE & FRY Burger Goddess Roccos Desserts Joshua Brooks Plant-Tas-Tic Vegan Chippy Exclsve restaurant
Uncle T BeeHouse Wham! Bam! Burrito! Players Deansgate Slim Chickens Arndale Flip the Bird (American Fried Chicken) Do Eat Restaurant MCR Lazy Sundae Seoul Chikin (Korean Fried Chicken) Dessert by PANC Taste of China MCR W.R.A.P.S The Waffle Lab Munchy Box Oriental Guilt free Desserts Choice Kitchen The Original Kebab House English Cheesecake Company Djkitchen1 Kerala Curry House Vegan Mami Quenching Boba MrBeast Burger MAN-015-VK01
Hulme Hot Chx Nashville Hot Chicken Smashmouth Burgers SoFish Ticated & Chips
Chorlton Dr Falafel Bonsai Bonsai Vegan
Cheetham Hill Nom Nyam (Korean Fried Chicken) Golden Fried Chicken
Rusholme Ohio Fried Chicken CUPP Bubble Tea Munchboxx Taka Sushi Takeaway Fire & Ice
Levenshulme New York Krispy Fried Chicken Raja’s Pizza Bar Killer Wings
Didsbury Wham Bam Wings (Wings, chicken, fries) Chester’s Chicken Saint Pita Flip the Bird (American Fried Chicken)
Our pick: Dessert Squad
What does it serve? Bubble waffles, cookie dough, crepes, back to school puddings like cornflake tarts, cheesecakes, donuts and more.
Ashton-Under-Lyne Dessert Squad Munch Away
Our pick: The Plant Boost
What does it serve? Superfood smoothie bowls, loaded toasts (fig and pistacho, avocado,PB&J), cold-pressed juice, smoothies and boost bullet coffees.
Other new additions: Corner Pizza Chickaroos Crepe Castle
Sale Linguine Italian Restaurant
Wythenshawe Flip the Bird (American Fried Chicken) Seoul Chikin (Korean Fried Chicken)
Hale / Altrincham The Plant Boost
Our pick: Wham Bam Wings
What does it serve? BBQ wings, buffalo wings, smoky chipotle wings, chilli chilli wings, srirarcha wings. Basically, all the wings. Plus, boneless chicken strips, burgers, loaded fries and dips.
Other new additions: Furious Kebab Smash City Seoul Chikin (KFC) Roccos Desserts, Walkden (Kearsley) Chico’s Players Wham Bam Wings (Wings, Chicken, Fries) Taste Chesters Chickwich
Our pick: Gin Khao, Hazel Grove
What does it serve? Authentic Thai eatery Gin Khao serves wok-fried street food, fried rice, pad thai and other noodle dishes.
Other new additions: Tim Hortons Just 3 Burgers Harlequin Burger Slob Brooklyn Calzones The little hatch cafe Bread-Brie Greenhalgh’s Tyros Bay Leaf Indian Cuisine
The very special homecoming show will be New Order‘s first full headline performance in the city since 2021.
The group are widely accepted to be one of the most influential bands of all time and this year celebrated 40 years of their hit Blue Monday.
They were founded in 1980 by vocalist and guitarist Bernard Sumner, bassist Peter Hook and drummer Stephen Morris, who had all been together in Joy Division, which disbanded after the suicide of lead singer Ian Curtis.
This year, the band announced reissued editions of their classic compilation ‘Substance 1987’, the band’s biggest-selling album to date.
They also headlined Barcelona’s Primavera Sound before they commenced their UK and European tour this autumn.
New Order will be supported by Johnny Marr, good friend of the band and legendary guitarist of The Smiths.
Marr and Sumner previously worked on synth-dance act Electronic together, and released three albums.
Johnny Marr announced a new album earlier this year – ‘Spirit Power: The Best of Johnny Marr’ will celebrate the first ten years of his solo career, featuring songs from across his four solo albums.
Fans can expect to hear Johnny’s greatest hits alongside the brand new track ‘The Answer’ as he takes to the stage at Wythenshawe Park next August.
Also supporting New Order at Wythenshawe Park will be adopted Manc Roisin Murphy, known in the 1990s as one half of pop duo Moloko.
The Irish singer and songwriter recently released her universally acclaimed sixth studio album, Hit Parade.
Presale tickets will go on sale from Monday 4 December at 10am, while general sale tickets go on sale on Tuesday 5 December at 10am, and you can grab yours here.
Manchester secures £5.2m funding to build ‘supported accommodation’ for rough sleepers
Manchester has secured a whopping £5.2 million in funding to build new ‘supported accommodation’ designed to house rough sleepers.
After an application submitted to the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities’ Single Homelessness Accommodation Programme (SHAP) has been approved this week, Manchester City Council says it’s eager to help the former homeless “rebuild their lives”.
This means that, by working in partnership with housing and support providers Humankind, Jigsaw, and Great Places, the Council will oversee the creation of 42 units of supported housing across three different schemes.
The schemes are for single people with a history of rough sleeping and longer-term support needs.
According to the Council, these people will stay in this accommodation and receive personalised support until they are ready to “take the next step to independent living”.
This new £5.2 million funding allocation from the Government covers both the cost of creating the accommodation – which must be completed by March 2025 at the latest – and revenue funding to help run it for its first three years of opening.
“We are working with a range of partners to tackle the homelessness challenge on all fronts, from prevention in the first place to helping people into permanent, settled homes,” explained Cllr Joanna Midgley, who is the Deputy Leader of Manchester City Council.
“Securing this £5.2m funding for the city will help us create much-needed extra accommodation for those being helped off the streets who need significant long-term support before they are ready to live independently.
“It’s only part of a wider response but it will be a welcome addition to the accommodation and support available.”
The news of the successful application comes after the Council published its plan to get rough sleepers off the streets of Manchester and into temporary accommodation this winter back in early November.