Spanish Restaurants in Manchester
1. El Gato Negro Spanish restaurant in Manchester 52 King Street - M2
“The best tapas around” (“salt cod croquetas are little spheres of happiness!”) and “quality wines” (“there’s always a new one to try”) help fuel the “great buzz” at Simon Shaw’s multi-level townhouse: nowadays the city’s most commented-on destination in our annual diners survey. It’s a “charming” place, but one that’s also often recommended for a vibey business meeting.
2. Tast Cuina Catalana Spanish restaurant in Manchester 20-22 King Street - M2
Multi-Michelin-starred Barcelona chef Paco Pérez was the marquee signing for Pep Guardiola, Txiki Begiristain and Ferran Soriano, the trio behind Manchester City’s success, when they launched their upscale Catalan restaurant three years ago. The cool interiors – industrial chic for communal eating on the ground floor, minimalist glamour upstairs – are designed to throw a focus on the food, served as ‘tastets’ (small plates with more complexity than tapas). The verdict? definitely Premier League (in both quality and prices), if not yet a Champions League winner.
3. Evuna Spanish restaurant in Manchester 277 - 279 Deansgate - M3
“Miles better than most other tapas places” (if “difficult to find”) – this Deansgate venture has pioneered modern Spanish cuisine and wine in Manchester for more than 20 years. It’s still at the forefront of the region’s dining scene, having spawned branches in the Northern Quarter, Knutsford and Altrincham.
4. Bar San Juan Spanish restaurant in Manchester 56 Beech Rd - M21
“Gorgeous tapas dishes, wine and decor” – it’s “worth the struggle to get a table in this popular little place”, tucked away in a “quaint location in the hip suburb of Chorlton” and a hit for more than a decade.
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