Japanese Restaurants in Greater Manchester
1. Australasia Fusion restaurant in Manchester 1 The Avenue Spinningfields - M3
“From the same group as Grand Pacific but a major cut above in terms of food quality” – this “superglam” colonial-themed basement venue, off Deansgate, turns out some “scrumptious” Aussie/Asian-fusion sharing plates (plus afternoon teas, etc). “Given its rep as a ‘beautiful people’ hangout, in an act of inverse snobbery I’d been avoiding it – more fool me!”.
2. Peter Street Kitchen Fusion restaurant in Manchester Free Trade Hall, Peter Street - M2
Part of the Radisson occupying Manchester’s iconic Free Trade Hall, this fusion yearling occupies a glossily designed space on the ground floor with floor-to-ceiling windows; and is one of the ‘Kitchens’ run by London’s Edwardian group. Its unusual offer presents Japanese and Mexican small plates on separate menus, but – even if the prices are not bargain basement – all feedback is positive: “the food is so fresh, the tastes are clean and vibrant, I love it!”
4. The Con Club British, Modern restaurant in Altrincham 48 Greenwood St - WA14
The former Working Men’s Conservative Club in Altrincham has been transformed into a relaxed brasserie and microbrewery, serving up meats and seafood (cooked or raw) to order, brunch, coffee and cakes. The owner, David Vanderhook, is also behind The George Charles pub in Didsbury and Lime bar at Salford Quays.
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