BRADFORD has always been known as a place that excels when it comes to making food.

With this in mind, we thought it would be good to ask for your much-loved restaurants in the city which no longer exist.

More than 300 of you got in touch via one of our Facebook posts, asking which Bradford restaurant you miss the most.

Here are five eateries which constantly popped up in the comments section.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Cocina was on Manningham LaneCocina was on Manningham Lane (Image: Google Street View)


The Manningham Lane Mexican has unfortunately been shut for over a decade.

Your memories of the food it served will live on forever though.

Richard Waite, Rachel Simpson, and Monika Mistry all highlighted the restaurant.

Linda Cleveland said: "I loved Cocina too! Always had a lovely meal there."

Steph Donnelly added: "It would be so good to have a Mexican restaurant again."

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Blue Sky was in Little GermanyBlue Sky was in Little Germany (Image: Google Street View)

Blue Sky

This Cantonese restaurant in Little Germany also closed its doors around 10 years ago.

Again, many of you enjoyed what it had to offer, especially its buffet.

Sally Borza said: "The Blue Sky, buffet on a Sunday for a change. The food was amazing."

Claire North added: "Blue sky all you can eat".

Rose Fowler, Kirstin Blythe, George Rothery, and Ann Keenan also all agreed.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Orlando's sat opposite Lister ParkOrlando's sat opposite Lister Park (Image: Newsquest)


This Italian restaurant on Keighley Road was mentioned by quite a few of you.

Liz Lawrance, Andrea Thirkill, Liz Pemberton, Pauline Murrey, and Joanne Oates all said this was the one they missed the most.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Imperial was on Thornton RoadImperial was on Thornton Road (Image: Google Street View)


The Chinese restaurant sat on one of Bradford's major areas - Thornton Road.

Adele Brooksbank said she enjoyed the disco and Chinese at the venue, while the eatery was also loved by Linda Town.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Clarke's was on Highgate, HeatonClarke's was on Highgate, Heaton (Image: Google Street View)


Another restaurant to sadly bite the dust this century was Clark's in Heaton.

Diners Margot Craven and Steve Nuttall said the venue always served "great food".

Are there any we've missed that you really enjoyed when they were still running? If so,