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Yang Sing Restaurant

Yang Sing Restaurant
34 Princess Street
Manchester M1 4JY
United Kingdom
Phone: 0161 236 2200
Capacity: 300

Yang Sing, voted Tsingtao Legacy of Taste Restaurant 2008, offers Cantonese food of the highest quality. Set over many floors, the restaurant provides fine dining for up to 300 people. Our banqueting suites cover two floors, dining up to 340 people: Board Room (40 people), Magnolia Room (70), Second Floor Suite (120) and Third Floor Suite (220). Understanding and meeting customer needs is central to the success of Ali Ghazizadeh’s banqueting team. Predominantly used for conference dinners, corporate entertainment, meetings, seminars, charity events, wine tastings, product launches and family celebrations; we are open to many and varied suggestions!

Yang Sing Restaurant
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