All Star Lanes | Manchester

All Star Lanes Manchester Food Bowling That British Betty Blog
*Our food and drinks were provided FOC, however, all opinions are my own as always 


Adam and I have a rather competitive relationship. Board games and the like generally end with tensions running high, so I was pretty certain of how our afternoon was going to play out (pun intended). We were greeted by friendly reception staff and shown to the bowing registration area.

Here, we gave our names and swapped our shoes for the notoriously glamorous bowling footwear. I was wearing open toe pumps and had forgotten to bring any socks with me, however, All Star Lanes had it covered and swiftly offered me a pair to use.

Heading to our lane, I was impressed by the decor and warm atmosphere of All Star Lanes, with old school vibes, subtle nods to the rockabilly era and pin-up girl posters dotted around, along with a unique soundtrack – ranging from Elvis to Dick Dale – that made me feel right at home.

We settled in our spacious booth and after taking a look at the extensive drinks menu, settled on a deluxe milkshake each. Adam went for Strawberry Cheesecake (strawberry and vanilla ice cream, topped with crumble) and I opted for the Oh Sweet Jeez (chocolate, caramel, peanut butter and banana). These were brought over to our lane and were as delicious as they sound.

Our game started out well. I got a strike on my first turn, which lead to cries of disbelief from Adam and a smug little victory dance from me. Sadly, I was very much the bowling equivalent of Australia in the Eurovision Song Contest this year. After a few impressive turns, my ego was soon brought back down to Earth when I completely missed my last three attempts. Not a single pin went down, much to my dismay.

All Star Lanes Bowling Manchester That British Betty Blog

Adam became the metaphorical version of Ukraine and swiftly trumped me to the top spot at the last minute. After a few expletives and a little sulk, I accepted the worthy defeat and we collected out shoes.

Being a non-vegetarian, I would usually have gone straight for pulled pork, but the mention of avocado had lured me in. Adam went for a starter of Popcorn Squid, the Fried Chicken Burger main and a side of sweet potato fries. The Courgette and Avocado Chill Burger certainly gave my taste buds a challenge, with the heat being almost too much to handle.

I enjoyed the crunchy courgette and the soft brioche bun, however, the chilli panko crumb and jalapenos proved a little too much for my delicate palette and I had to admit defeat halfway through my burger. Adam thoroughly enjoyed his meal and managed to finish every morsel.

After our main, we were offered a peek at the dessert menu. After toying with the idea of Salted Caramel Cheesecake and Double Chocolate Brownies, I settled on classic American pancakes, topped with Nutella, bananas and toasted nuts. Despite being nicely full from our meal, Adam and I managed to devour most of the pancakes between us, which were insanely tasty.

We left All Star Lanes happy and will most definitely be back again soon. If you fancy unleashing your inner Stephanie Zinone or Johnny Nogerelli, then this is the place for you!

All Star Lanes Bowling Food Manchester That British Betty Blog

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