Fahrenheit Bar and Grill
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Fahrenheit is a stylish, city centre restaurant in the heart of Genting Club Manchester, which offers culinary delights freshly prepared by our team of skilled chefs. Fahrenheit takes its name from the revolutionary way we can cook at 2500 degrees Fahrenheit, using a Josper Grill, and as such, our steaks are infused with a unique smoky bbq flavour. With an extensive menu, wine list and an impressive level of service, you will want to dine with us time and again.
A visit to Genting Club is perfect for a special occasion: dine in Fahrenheit restaurant and then allow our professional dealers to treat you and your guests to a complimentary Learn to Play sessions – simply ask about Learn to Play options when you call to book!
To visit Fahrenheit restaurant you do not need to be a casino member, however you will need to present Photo ID if you are lucky enough to appear under the age of 25.
All weekNow every visit to Genting Casinos is an even more rewarding experience, thanks to the fantastic benefits of Genting Rewards. Our rewards card means will earn Genting Points every time...
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Sunday - ThursdayEnjoy our new set menu with the option to two courses for only £12.95 or three courses for £14.95 in the evening between Sunday and Thursday!
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Sunday 01 December 2013 to Tuesday 31 December 2013
Christmas will never be the same again! Celebrate with us this festive season and experience the thrill of great food and drink in an atmosphere unrivalled in the region. As well as the space and facilities to host large groups, Genting Club Manchester is ideal for those smaller party occasions. Whether you’re arranging the annual office party or an intimate Christmas meal for two, we have a range of exciting menus and packages for you to choose from. Let us help you plan an extraordinary...<CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO BOOK>
You need to try this place. The weekend offer is a bargain, food was delicious and it even includes a £5 free bet! The staff were extremely welcoming and knowledgeable. We had tickets for the comedy show which was great fun and well worth the money. Thanks to everyone for a great night
Being my first visit to Fahrenheit in Manchester I was quite dubious, as I always am with my first visit to any venue, but was pleasantly surprised at the quality. We sat down to our table and were given complimentary Champagne as we browsed through the menu. I ordered the Duck Pate which was presented beautifully. The Duck came in a circular jar on a nice rectangle wooden board, it just looked far too nice to eat, but tasted just as good as it looked.
For my main I had the Hake which was cooked to perfection, really mouth-watering. We were visiting to attend the comedy night and I’ve never been a big fan of stand up comedy but this one really had me in stitches. The comedians interacted really well with the audience and time flew by as we enjoyed their material.
Afterwards we gambled a little bit in the Casino and all the staff are really friendly and willing to go that extra mile, especially on a busy Friday night.
I would definitely recommend Fahrenheit as a dining venue.
absolutely loved it! what a gem in the city, the best steak I've had in Manchester and I've been to the usual 'Grill on the' etc... everything was excellent, the scallops to the dessert. Highly recommend!
Been in several times but went for Christmas dinner on 14th December - fantastic and 10 out of 10. Many thanks to Kate the waitress and Katie the singer/pianist for making our experience extra special! See you in the new year!
Amazing meal - just booked in again for the Sinatra Tribute Dinner..can't get over the price of the food for such fantastic quality!
After our last visit in May, we thought it was about time we tried Manchester 110’s latest menu. We had no idea it’d be an even better experience than the last.
If you haven’t been to 110 yet, then you are missing out on one of Manchester’s best kept secrets. That said, we observed numerous groups waiting patiently for a table indicating that this hidden gem is rapidly becoming one of Manchester’s finest restaurants.
The first thing you notice in this cosy restaurant is that although situated on a casino floor, you instantly forget where you are. With soft lighting, snug booths and a warming ambience; the chic surroundings instantly put you in a relaxing and sociable mood ready for some serious food and drink.
Scanning the menu, we were pleased to see some favourites still on the extensive menu such as the pork belly starter, tandoori fish main and of course 110’s signature dish of pan seared king scallops with fresh strawberries and aged balsamic.
As we tucked into our starters, we were puzzled as to how you can eat such fine produce for such a reasonable price. My tian of fresh white crab meat with a mango & avocado salsa was worth every penny, and this feeling was mutual across the table.
Our mains were some of the best dishes we’ve had in a long time. They say you eat with your eyes, and this was true last night with some very nice presentation indeed. From the Moroccan lamb tagine to the crispy duck – it was all magnificent.
With hardly any room left for dessert, we sought out advice from our great waitress. With every faith in this advice, we opted for a warm chocolate fondant with lavender cream and raspberries, and a ‘Fairground Favourite’ platter which consisted of a mini toffee apple, three varieties of candy floss, an ice-cream lolly and some popping candy. We finished the lot and felt fantastic!
From start to finish, we were yet again overwhelmed by the service, quality of produce, presentation and price; and perfect for anybody in search for a dining experience that will seriously impress without breaking the bank.
We urge you to try this out, you will not be disappointed!
The restaurant was beautiful inside, the staff were very attentive and the food was excellent. Will definatly be going again. Highly recommended for a great night out.
Three of us from Onionring attended Manchester 110 last night to try out a much recommended menu.
Having never visited the casino before, it was nice to experience the atmosphere as we walked through from the reception to the busy dining area.
Greeted by friendly and polite staff, we were offered drinks and menus, and before long we had chosen our dishes from the surprisingly interesting and extensive menu.
As our starters arrived, we tucked into a spicy pork belly Teriyaki, succulent treacle cured salmon with a great fennel pickle and an incredibly light asparagus risotto. We couldn’t believe the quality of the produce for the price, and ordered more of the delectable Shiraz.
As our evening developed, we noticed the restaurant getting busier and as a small restaurant, we found this to amplify the already decent atmosphere. Throughout the service was friendly and relaxed, yet efficient (basically all you want from a waiter).
Our mains arrived consisting of a stunning piece of curried monkfish, tender rump of lamb and the finest 10oz rib eye steak complete with the usual trimmings. The presentation of each dish had its own personality and added to our overall impression of quality!
We were then visited by the manager who was enquiring about our evening and as the topic of discussion moved to dessert; we were treated to a complimentary cheeseboard to further our enjoyment on our first visit. We found this to make the difference between having a nice meal out to a fantastic dining experience, and along with the most amazing chocolate brownie skewers and a wicked lemongrass pannacotta – we were full to the brim!
Just when we thought the hosts had done enough, we were also given some free £5 gaming chips each to give us a taste of the casino floor. Unlike our fine encounter at 110, our gambling luck was none existent; still a nice gesture.
To sum up, 110 Manchester is a genuine hidden gem, and was nothing short of outstanding. The value for money (3 courses for £20) was incredible, and topped with some of the best waiting-on; made it the first of many visits. Don’t waste any time, and get to 110 (just make sure you book!).
I ate on a busy Friday night; however my meal was quickly on my table after watching the chef pan fry my scallops through the glass kitchen. The service was spot on from a young lady called Rachael. Definitely the place to go for an up market night but on a budget, would highly recommend and definitely returning.
To be honest this was a complete surprise, the meal was excellent. Service throughout was first class, menu was interesting - tried the monk fish main which was fantastic. Great value as well. Couldn't fault the place. Really top stuff.
Had a brilliant meal last night - steak was cooked to perfection and i really enjoyed the homemade sorbets for dessert. We had a really nice waiter too called Andy - what a gem!
Ate in 110 on a Saturday night and could not believe the quality of the service considering how busy it was, or how amazing the food was plus it was so reasonably priced for fine dining! The scallops starter was literally out of this world and my steak was the best steak I've ever had and i've eaten in some nice places!!
We got 3 fab courses for £18..on a saturday..unbelievable..already booked in two more visits!!
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