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The Moon Under Water, Deansgate - pub details

Moon Under Water

Address: 68-74 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2FN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1135) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Salford Central (0.4 miles), Manchester Victoria (0.4 miles), Deansgate (0.7 miles)

Chain: Lloyds

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> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 29 users)
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Gets busy on a Friday night but there's usually space upstairs. Service at the bar can be a bit slow and always has been in this place. Enough real ale to choose from on my recent visits and very enjoyable it was too. Seems like the kind of place that can get a bit chavvy but to be fair I'm normally only in for a pint or two before moving on, and haven't seen any trouble.
RealAleRobUK - 16 Jul 2013 21:26
Today March 18, I went with three friends for lunch, everything seemed fine, the food was quick, and the service was not bad, just when we ordered a coffee, the problems started, my friend ordered a coffee, but it had no spoon ... she asked in a good way ( because she es a waiter) if she could bring a spoon but she brought it, time after I went to order it, and she said that would bring, which was not true, she was laughing with a workmate, waited and waited until an educated client who had seen as we were grounded, asked the teaspoon for us, then we brought her partner. We do not know if it was because we are from another country, or was otherwise, but we just wanted to have a coffee with some sugar, felt very bad because we left before tip, and felt quite insulted to see that a person British had to ask for us to be atended as we deserved.

We don't know ithe name of the bartender, but she have a distinct red hair painted and a bang whit the hair scrambled.

Say apologise because my eanglish, and say thanks to the costumer who help us...

Thanks

R
Bob_gm - 18 Mar 2013 21:04
Superb Beartown beers enjoyed. Food fine , attentive service on a quiet Thursday night.
Leicesterbeer - 25 Oct 2010 21:05
Doesn't look big from the outside but once you walk through the front door it does open up, you can tell it's an old theatre. once past the bar it opens up a bit and there is more room upstairs. Quite quiet for a daytime so can't comment on how busy it gets but judging by the location they must be doing well. Prices aren't bad for a city centre pub (even a 'spoons) but edven in a pub this size, 3 (so i'm told) bars might be a tad excessive! over all, not bad beer and fairly quick service made this a pleasent visit!
ra1nw1zard - 27 Jul 2009 19:18
Doesn't look big from the outside but once you walk through the front door it does open up, you can tell it's an old theatre. once past the bar it opens up a bit and there is more room upstairs. Quite quiet for a daytime so can't comment on how busy it gets but judging by the location they must be doing well. Prices aren't bad for a city centre pub (even a 'spoons) but edven in a pub this size, 3 (so i'm told) bars might be a tad excessive! over all, not bad beer and fairly quick service made this a pleasent visit!
ra1nw1zard - 27 Jul 2009 19:18

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