Japanese Restaurants in Manchester
1. Australasia Fusion restaurant in Manchester 1 The Avenue Spinningfields - M3
This “uber-trendy” subterranean venue off Deansgate serves an “interesting fusion menu” of “Australian tapas” with Indonesian and Japanese influences. Fans love “trying different food via sharing plates here”, but a significant minority reckon it’s “nice but overhyped and overpriced”.
2. Yuzu Japanese restaurant in Manchester 39 Faulkner St - M1
“Accomplished and delicious Japanese cuisine at very sensible prices” isn’t easy to find – especially in Chinatown – but this “little gem” of a corner spot on the edge of the area is the exception, seeming to “set itself apart from the humdrum”; “there’s no sushi, but the rice in the don bowls is better than all the sushi restaurants I’ve been to in the UK”.
3. Umezushi Japanese restaurant in Manchester Unit 4, Mirabel Street - M3
“Tucked away, but highly worth hunting out” – this “minuscule restaurant (17 covers) built into railway arches” below Victoria station again wins rave reviews for its “amazing Japanese food” – including “incredible quality sushi and sashimi” and “stunning wagyu beef”. “If you’re not sure what to order, ask the waiters to build a meal for you”; better still, go for the day’s tasting menu – but you’ll have to book and pay in advance.
4. Peter Street Kitchen Fusion restaurant in Manchester Free Trade Hall, Peter Street - M2
Japanese and Mexican ’small plates’ is the unusual offering from this late 2018 newcomer on Deansgate, which is open all day for a bewildering range of meals, from breakfast and afternoon tea to elegant weekend ’Rikyu’ brunches; sake is a particular feature. Sibling to three London ’Kitchens’ (Mayfair, Monmouth and Leicester Square).
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