Here are just some of our awards and accolades

2015 2 Tiered Pagoda Award, awarded by the Legacy of Taste competition
2014 2 Tiered Pagoda Award, awarded by the Legacy of Taste competition
2013/14 Listed in the Michelin guide 2013 and 2014 
2012 Judges in Tsingtao Legacy of Taste competition
2012 The Sunday Times Top 10 in the Northwest
2012 Nominated for 'Best Restaurant' in Manchester Tourism Awards
2011 2nd place in Tsingtao Legacy of Taste competition
2010 Finalist in Tsingtao Legacy of Taste competition
2008 Winner of Tsingtao Legacy of Taste Competition
2006 Winner of Moving Manchester 5 Award at Manchester Food & Drink Festival Awards
2004/05 AA Rosette Awards
2005 Best Oriental Restaurant in Hi-Life Awards
2005 Decanter Magazine Restaurant of the month September
2005 Cathay Dim Sum won 'Best Training' in Manchester Food and Drink Festival
2005 Lotus Bar & Dim Sum nominated for 'Best Newcomer Award' in Cheshire Life Awards
2005 Lotus Bar & Dim Sum nominated for 'Best Newcomer Award' in Manchester Food & Drink Festival 2005.
2004 Harry Yeung received an MBE in 2004 New Year's Honours list
2003 Gerry Yeung received an OBE in 2003 Birthday Honours list
2002 Gerry and Harry both received 4 certificates of honour from City of San Francisco
2001 Manchester Chamber Member Company of the Year
2001 Manchester Chamber Shamrock Awards – Business Improvement of the Year Award
2000 Best Restaurant in Galaxy 102 Lifestyle Awards
2000 Observer Best Oriental Restaurant
2000 City Life Restaurant of the Year Award
1999/00 Manchester Food & Drink Festival Outstanding Achievement Award
2000 The Sunday Times 'He (Harry) is touched by something beyond high talent; this cookingis sui generis, Harry Yeung belongs to a school of one, to a school of his own making. He transcends his own culinary heritage. This is not achieved by chance but by rigour. Yang Sing is as far ahead of all opposition as the Macrane King's teams have been most of the past decade.'
1999 The Sunday Telegraph Magazine 'The food at Yang Sing in Manchester is brilliant, faultless, divine'
1998 The Guardian Weekend magazine 'When the Yang Sing was destroyed by fire last autumn, a whole city mourned. But its owners refused to give up'
1997 The Manchester Evening News 'The Yang Sing is arguably, the only dining experience worth talking about in Cetral Manchester'
1996 The Times magazine 'The most appealing Cantonese cooking in Britain, in a most appealing restaurant'
1995 The Times magazine 'Much of the excellent food is characterised by austere simplicity'

The Times Magazine ' What is probably the most appealing Cantonese cooking in Britain.. Leaving most of its competitors on the starting line'

1993 Air Canada En Route Magazine 'The sheer breadth of Yang Sing's menu is one of its most notable characteristics'
1992 The Observer Magazine 'The best meal i have ever eaten in a Chinese restaurant in this country'
1991 Home & Gardens, celebrity chef and food writer Ken Hom declared: 'I rank the Yang Sing as one of the top restaurants in the country'
1988 Assosciation World, a magazine for trade and professionalism organisations 'The very fact that you have to book a table weeks in advance, is indicative of its success. Bookings at Yang Sing are made from as far away as Basle and Beijing, Hong Kong and Hobart'
1986 The Guardian 'The finest Cantonese this side of Hong Kong. The food is superb'
1984 Sunday Express Magazine 'As fine a dish as you will find in any European restaurant. The cooking is meticulous'
1983 first ever 'ethnic' restaurant to be awarded a Pestle & Mortar (the highest accolade accorded by the Good Food Guide, which effectively declared that the Yang Sing serves the best food in the UK.)
1981 The Good Food Guide 'No better Cantonese restaurant in London or Manchester'
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