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Opened by Coronation Street star Jennie McAlpine and partner Chris Farr in December 2012, Annies is the Rovers Return meets The Ivy. Located just off St. Ann's Square on Old Bank Street, Annies is tucked away from the hustle and bustle and the interior reflects just that with its cosy feel. With wooden panelling, comfy armchairs and a homely feel designed to make you feel, not as if you are dining in one of the city's hectic modern eateries but, as Jennie puts it, ‘visiting your favourite auntie's house.'
Head chef Richard Moore has reflected this cosy British feel in his menu. To start, diners can choose from the likes of Bury Black Pudding Spring Rolls, Potted Ham Hock and Scallops. For mains there’s Fish, Chips & Mushy Peas, Braised Lamb Shank and Annies Sausage & Mash. There’s also a delicious pie menu including 3 Cheese & Onion Pie, Fish Pie and Steak & Ale Pie.
Annies also serves Afternoon Tea, Champagne Tea, Traditional Cream Tea and a daily lunch menu, as well as morning coffee and pastries from 8.30am.
All WeekAfternoon tea available 12-4.30pm everyday. £14.95, or Champagne Afternoon Tea £19.95.
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Visited Annies on Thursday with two friends, the service was really good, the waiter was very attentive, we didn't have to wait long for the food and when it arrived it was fantastic. All three of us have a great evening and will be returning again.
Didn't know about Annies until I came across them on Onionring and I am so glad I did! Booked a table of 5 for lunch on Saturday. We were immediately greeted and taken straight to our table. All the staff said hello and smiled as we walked past which was lovely. We were all very pleased with our food, no food envy on our table as they all looked as good as each other! Had a great afternoon so thanks Annies and thanks Onionring
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