NH1 Top 5: The best restaurants in Manchester
MANCHESTER - The Queen City is home to over 110,000 residents, over 10,000 companies and over 300 restaurants. But NH1 narrows it down and takes a look at the top five restaurants according to customer reviews on Yelp.com.
5) Mr. Mac's Macaroni & Cheese at 497 Hooksett Road
In the mood for something cheesy? Mr. Mac's Macaroni & Cheese in Manchester has been featured on The Phantom Gourmet and boasts several awards for "best mac and cheese" in the Granite State. Out of 112 reviews on Yelp.com, Mr. Mac's received 4.5 out of 5 stars. Customers most recommend the chicken bacon and ranch, pulled pork and buffalo chicken mac and cheese varieties. Mr. Mac's also has a plethora of gluten-free options. To visit Mr. Mac's website, follow this link.
4) Cafe Momo at 1065 Hanover St.
Looking to try something different? Cafe Momo offers Nepali cuisine with customer favorites like Gundruk soup, Katmandu chicken and rice pudding. Locals say the restaurant is small and can be difficult to notice, but Cafe Momo has received a rating of 4.5 stars out of 5 from 161 customer reviews on Yelp.com. To visit Cafe Momo's website, click this link.
3) Republic Cafe & Bistro at 1069 Elm St.
"Bringing great food to the people." That's Republic Cafe & Bistro's slogan, and it may be bold, but customers seem to agree as the restaurant has received an average rating of 4.5 stars from 229 reviews on Yelp.com. Republic offers Mediterranean cuisine, and customer favorites include cold antipasti, falafel, and locally grown vegetables and meats. David G. wrote, "The sampler spread platter of whipped feta, glazed carrots, beets and quinoa are equally amazing. Great entrees of locally sourced meats and fish." To visit Republic's website, follow this link.
2) El Rincon Zacatecano Taqueria at 10 Lake Ave.
It's BYOB to this Mexican restaurant. El Rincon Zacatecano Taqueria is a family-owned restaurant that makes all of the dishes using traditional family recipes. The restaurant offers a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner options. Customers highly recommend the tacos, but what seems to be most appealing is the fact that customers are allowed to bring their own beverages. One customer stated, "It is a tiny little restaurant with just a few tables. It's also BYOB, and they don't flinch when you bring in a cooler of margarita fixings and start making your own cocktails! The food is real Mexican food; that is hard to find around here." To visit El Rincon's website, click here.
1) The Gyro Spot at 1073 Elm St.
The highest rated restaurant in Manchester is none other than the Gyro Spot. This Greek style restaurant has an American twist to it, offering french fries with gyros that are stuffed with pulled pork, chicken, lamb and many more. The Gyro Spot is even open until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. Out of 172 reviews, customers have deemed the restaurant worthy of 4.5 out of 5 stars. Customer favorites include the feta fries, gyros and lentil soup. One customer wrote, "This place is unbelievably good. You absolutely must try the Gyro Spot if you haven't already. I almost always get either the chicken or pork gyro. My advice: order your gyro with both Tzatziki sauce and their "special sauce" on it." To visit the Gyro Spot's website, follow this link.