Hotel Rossetti

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

107 Piccadilly, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 2DB, United Kingdom
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Forum Posts

South African Food produce - Markets/ stores/ stockists

by leecouk12324

I have recently obtained a Cookery book for South African Recipes.

Does anybody know of stores on Markets or other in Manchester where i can get South African produce - ie such as Biltong (the dried Meat)+ varies Beans, Pulses, Grains and other?

Or anywhere in North West England for that matter. I have already found a shop in Windermere - but surely there has to be somewhere in Manchester.
Then i woudl also have a look in store.

In Windermere and i would only order online - and then if i was ordering online - the London stores would perhaps be much better

Re: South African Food produce - Markets/ stores/ stockists

by ranger49

You could try this one -

MA Quality Foods
23 New Mount Street
Manchester M4 4DE
United Kingdom
Phone: +44[0]1619534015 Mobile: +44[0] 7782260849
enquiry@maqualityfoods.co.uk
We are manufacturers and distributors of African food in United Kingdom. Our brands include Sankofa fufu powder and Lagos agbe pounded yam powder, and more!

Re: South African Food produce - Markets/ stores/ stockists

by leecouk12324

cheers Ranger

Re: South African Food produce - Markets/ stores/ stockists

by out2getya

longsight. is a good place. you need to go to multi cultural areas .

Re: South African Food produce - Markets/ stores/ stockists

by Gillybob

Hi Lee!

You can get biltong at the Selfridges Food Halls in the city centre and Trafford Centre (hope you have deep pockets).

Maize meal is usually available at ethnic supermarkets (for making pap to go with sous). As to other South Africa products, I haven't seen anything I know to be Saffa whilst I've been here but will keep my eyes open.

Re: South African Food produce - Markets/ stores/ stockists

by leecouk12324

Well thanks Gillybob - as for Biltong i don't have deep pockets but am very curious what it is like - so i try a small piece and i believe this can keep me busy for half an hour or so - because i do know you have to chew - and chew - and chew
Maybe it will go down well with some South African Red wine - which is not so expensive - maybe it goes down better this way.

Yes - keep a look out Gillybob - maybe one day you find a Tin of Mopane Worms - well some say they are deliceous fried.

Travel Tips for Manchester

blue skies and beaches:P

by alpikalpik

night life is good!

As part of my family lives there I feel good in manchester. Gotto go there.
It s nice most people live out of the city center and they meet at the weekends all together in the city center.

go to Fab club I liked it.
Rock world was good I guess would be great there in 80's during The Smiths' era

there are some nice parks but gotto drive,
I forgot the name of a huge park, nearby where footballera villas are located. It was good there!

If you're looking to get...

by donjuan

If you're looking to get online whilst in town, Easyeverything have recently opened an internet cafe located in St Annes Square.
There's also the Cyberia Internet cafe opposite the Odeon cinema on Oxford Street.

Periodic but essential - prepare for rain

by susiederkins

It does rain in Manchester, though not as much as some people in other parts of England would have you believe. It's not likely to chuck it down all day, but it's a good idea to prepare for those times when it does. If you don't want to carry a small umbrella (which can be annoying to forget in pubs), just wear a jacket with a hood, like many Mancunians do.

Glossy painted and tiled pubs.......

by leics

......wonderful things these.

Victorian/Edwardian, the tiles probably made in the 'Potteries' (the five towns around and including Stoke-on-trent).

Fewer and fewer survive in England......keep your eyes open.

I spotted these as I wandered the city centre.

Chetham's Library and School...

by SusanneBeck

Chetham's Library and School of Music, Long Millgate.
Open weekdays from 9.30 am - 4.30pm. Closed between 12.30 and 1.30pm. Free. Tel: 0161 834 9644.

Behind the Cathedral, is the best kept secret of the city. Chetham's Library is the oldest free public library in the UK. The buildings which were once religious quarters date from 1421, the library was inserted in 1655 and has hardly changed. The bay window of the Reading Room in the 1840s once housed Frederick Engels and Karl Marx debating how to change the world. If you walk further down the corridor from the library you come to a door on the right which leads to the tiny collection of old religious buildings - now the Fox Courtyard. Look down one of the holes in the well cover in the centre and see a fox, which once fell down there, glaring back. The school is a school of music and on Wednesdays in term time you can get a free tour of all the buildings with a concert thrown in.

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Address: 107 Piccadilly, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 2DB, United Kingdom