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The Oast House Pub
Tel. 0871 246 5691 Calls to 0871 numbers cost up to 10p per minute from BT landlines. Other networks and mobiles will vary.
Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3AP [map]
Beer house located in an original hop house relocated to Spinningfields by Living Ventures. Opens Oct 2011
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The Oast House Pub Manchester reviews

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An Atmosphere Like No Other Place In Manchester

Atmosphere
"There is an atmosphere like no other place I have been in Manchester at The Oast House. Being purposefully built you would think the place would have to work at this, but not at all. A cosy and welcoming environment combined with a busy bar makes this a very friendly pub.
Service
"We did have to wait a while for our food and my friend ordered a side of chips which were forgotten about. The staff however were apologetic and friendly. The bar staff seemed to cope well with the mass influx of punters at the bar and when asked about the different drinks gave me a range of choices that I could pick from.
Drinks
The Oast House combines ales, ciders, beers and wine. The selection of ales on tap proved to be very popular especially the Loweswater Gold from Cumbria. A range of ciders were also to be enjoyed. My particular favourite was the pomegranate flavour Briska cider. Prices range from £3.50-£7 for the more specialty drinks. Not bad and about average for the area of Manchester you are in.
Decor
The inside brick work combined with exposed wood really adds to the rustic feel of The Oast House. At night the fairy lights outside the building makes the area look welcoming and attractive to potential drinkers and foodies. There is a lack of seating for this small bar and you could be pushed at finding a table at busy times.
Toilets
Matching the feel of the building the toilets had wooden stable doors which coincided with the overall rural feel of The Oast House.
Toilets
The food menu selection does seem a little small at first glance, with the main focus being grill. Their specialty does add a certain something with your burgers being cooked outside in their permanent BBQ. Something that makes The Oast House unique. I had a burger with chips and paid the £1 extra for a slice of cheese. A hearty meal, the burger tasted great and the meat was cooked to perfection. A popular option for many diners were the hanging kebabs from which you could choose from chicken, beef, mixed fish or vegetables. A food option that I will be trying on my next visit.
The food appears to be a reasonable price for the nice area of Spinningfields with a burger costing around £10."
  ~ Lauren Maughan ~ NEW MEMBER (8/5/2012 ~ went on a Sunday afternoon)
  ~ Favourite Bars: The Alchemist ~ Apotheca ~ Australasia ~ Cloud 23 ~ The Liar's Club
 
 
 
 

Great Venue, Great Drinks

Toilets
"We visited the Oast House on a Friday afternoon. Great venue and great drinks. We will definitely be returning."
  ~ Alison Dodgeon ~ NEW MEMBER (8/3/2012 ~ went on a Friday afernoon)
 
 
 
 

From This First Day Experience, It's Going To Be A Big Hit

Service
"We visited the Oast House at lunchtime on the first day it opened so everyone was polite but nervous, which is to be expected.
Atmosphere
We called back to the Oast House again later before getting our train home. It was buzzing!
Decor
The decor is very different. We liked it, especially the Tin roof. I loved the BBQ outside and the way the food came in wooden boxes.
Drinks
My husband and I tried the Cumbrian bitter at The Oast House and we really enjoyed it.
Toilets
We think The Oast House will be a big hit."
  ~ Diane Barron ~ NEW MEMBER (27/10/2012 ~ went on a Weds lunch, first day of opening)
  ~ Favourite Bars: The Living Room ~ Mark Addy ~ Oast House ~ Revolution ~ Sam's Chop House
 
 
 
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