Food Made Good

The University Of Manchester

What makes them GOOD?

Alongside the University of Manchester’s commitment to world-class research, stands its social responsibility goals and sustainability aims. Produce is sourced specifically from British producers with all lamb and beef coming from free-range, pasture and grass-fed farms. The University has reinforced its commitment to sourcing sustainable fish by gaining Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Chain of Custody certification and ensuring that no fish rated 5; ‘Fish to Avoid’ by the MCS, are purchased.


Simon Building, Room 4.66, Brunswick Street, Work, Manchester, M13 9PL




01613 064 101

About The University Of Manchester

FoodOnCampus operate a number of coffee shops, cafes and restaurants in various buildings across campus. We have 28 in total – so you’re never too far away from a hot meal, refreshments or a quick snack!

We aim to deliver value for money, excellent service and great food and drink. We want to create areas that are comfortable and enjoyable where you can relax and socialise with your friends, have meetings and working groups or sit quietly and cosy up with a coffee and your laptop. We are also always on the lookout for fresh ideas and imaginative dishes to keep our menus exciting and make sure you don’t get bored!

Get on the move and explore the whole campus – your new favourite dish might just be round the corner!

FoodInResidence run catered hall restaurants, serving breakfast and dinner throughout the year except during vacation times and bank holidays.

Winners Best Food Waste Strategy Award at Food Made Good Awards 2016 and the Social Impact Award at the Guardian Sustainable Business Awards 2016.