5 Exclusive Restaurants to Try in Manchester
Manchester is filled with culinary delights that will draw you deep into the heart of the city.
If you’re looking for an escape from the mundane and the ordinary, we have compiled a guide of some of the finest and most exclusive restaurant to try. Whether you’re a city local, tired of the same old same, or whether you’re new to the city in need of direction, then look no further.
Tattu is a grade above the traditional oriental cuisine. It is one of Manchester’s most elegant sensory dining experiences.
It is furnished with the most exquisite décor, including a fully grown blossom tree, which takes pride of place in the centre of the restaurant.
If the prospect of taking a candid photo in front of this feature isn’t enough to win you over, then the food isn’t bad either! With the finest cuts of meat and the most tantalising spice combinations at your fingertips, there really is no way that you could go wrong.
If you’re a meat lover, then get yourself to this restaurant asap.
Located in Manchester’s little gem, Spinningfields, this Brazilian Rodizo grill will laden your plate with the finest cuts, cooked to your preference, until you simply cannot eat another thing.
The sophisticated setting is perfect for date night, a business meeting or even a gluttonous solitary lunch.
This is, again, is a hidden away bar in Spinningfields. At the Refinery, people come for the cocktails and stay for the food.
This is truly one of Manchester’s best kept secrets, with excellent cocktails, ales and tradition British pub grub. Compared to their high-end competitors, this establishment really has found the right balance between exclusivity, luxury and affordability.
Barbies playhouse would look quite tame compared to this adult paradise.
With a combination of burlesque dancers, fire eaters and beautifully dressed people for your entertainment, to the most fabulous cocktails and a true experiential dining, you will never have a dull moment. This experience will suck you in and keep you coming back for more.
The renowned French, located in the Midland Hotel, is headed up by the one and only Adam Ried.
This chef has worked his way through the ranks, training at the Bridgewater Hall and through a series of Michelin star restaurants. Expect to experience new and interesting takes on British classics.
This is truly an experience of fine dining, in a fine establishment.
The best Manchester restaurants
These are some of the best restaurants you’ll find if you’re ever in Manchester.
Just be sure to enjoy the city and the food and you’ll have a great time in this beautiful city!