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I think I picked a bad day to visit.. Stock was low in the shop and cafe. But staff were friendly and I enjoyed a nice coffee. The centre as a whole is a great tribute to Ireland and the Irish people. And like many...More
No airs and graces but a lovely atmosphere and friendly staff. We've had lunch and afternoon tea in the past. We've also just called in for a drink and a walk in the gardens. Do not visit Manchester without calling in. You can now get...More
Certainly a very friendly and welcoming location. Food was available on a cafeterias basis although we received sandwiches in the meeting, although i had something hot prior to the meeting commencing at 14:00.
I usually love this place. Myself and my sister visit here at least once a month and the bands are always usually excellent. It's therefore no wonder we chose to spend St Patrick's Day here. We started drinking here at 10am when we came for...More
Today after 3 years in Manchester I finally visited The World Heritage Irish Centre and so glad I did. It has a wonderful shop cafe and a source of great information today I was honoured to become a member
Went on Sunday for the carvery and was very impressed. I wasn't expecting anything much to be honest as first impressions of the dining room upstairs are a bit school hall like, its very bright and ceilings very high (like a school hall) but was...More
We came there last Friday for our works Christmas Do.It was a perfect place for us all to meet. It's a very relaxed and informal venue perfect for us.The buffet was ok enough for most of us.The staff were friendly too.There is a good choice...More