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Manchester Arndale is a large shopping centre in Manchester, England. The centre was built in the 1970s when many other cities were constructing large malls. Manchester Arndale is the largest of a chain of Arndale Centres built across the UK in the 1960s and 1970s. It was constructed in phases…
Not to be confused with the soulless Food Court upstairs, the Arndale’s food market has come far. Newcomer Viet Shack, purveyor of addictive summer rolls and banh mi sandwiches, has supplanted the still-excellent Pancho’s Burritos as hipster foodie choice. But don’t forget about the cheese…
The Arndale is a short walk away and has independent food establishments, food chains, shops and supermarkets (Aldi and Tesco across the road).
Large shopping mall with a range of shops from big-brands to more independent small-businesses in the kiosk sections. Great for a day of shopping and hanging about.
The main city centre mall/shopping centre. Has a variety of mid range shops in fashion, technology, health and beauty plus cafes and food stalls.