Fithy Cow. Manchester

Last night me and my best pal went to see what all the fuss is about at Manchester’s latest burger restaurant ‘Filthy Cow’. Burger Me

Situated on Tib Lane, close to Manchester Town Hall (where the Christmas markets are),  the restaurant really does have the wow factor.

The interior has an industrial feel and is done out very stylishly creating somewhere you can relax and simply eat burgers. You can eat in or order to takeaway. All orders are taken at the bar which cuts out all the waiting around time to be served. I personally prefer this style of restaurant, cutting the time between sitting down and actually eating.Filthy Cow menu

The menu is quite limited, this isn’t a bad thing, you know you’re coming here for burgers so that’s all you really need!

I went for the ‘Filthy Beast’ burger.. beef patty, bacon & cheese, filthy sauce, pickled gherkin (I didn’t have this bit, blurgggh), beef tomato and lettuce. We also ordered all the sides, chips, coleslaw and onion rings. Well…. it was mouthwatering! The burger looked too good to eat, not mass produced and rushed like a big mac, it didn’t disappoint either. The only thing I have to say is that there wasn’t enough of it for me, I definitely could have Filthy foodeaten two of them. The chips were, well chips and the onion rings were divine! A chunky onion ring in a spicy batter, perfectly complimented by dipping in mayonnaise.

Filthy Cow lived up to every expectation. I adore a burger and it’s great to see somewhere do them simply and perfectly. I look forward to returning in the future and trying out any new burger options they may have. Give them a look! http://www.filthyfood.co.uk

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Author: Asa Elliott

Singer. Mancunian. Been on TV a bit

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  1. Hi Asa

    Thank you for writing a piece on Filthy Cow.

    I am glad that you had a great experience. Maybe next time we could try a double patty?

    Hope to see you soon
    Jordan

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