Located on the corner of Newton Street and Dale Street, Cottonopolis Food & Liquor is a late night bar and restaurant in the rapidly developing pocket of Manchester's Northern Quarter.
Previously housing a tailor's studio, this grade II-listed building has been transformed into a swanky, 120-cover gourmet restaurant. Boasting an industrial-like openness with stripped red brick walls, chrome design features and cerulean accents, Cottonopolis is a sleek new addition to the Northern Quarters food and drink scene.
At the back of the venue you'll find a large open kitchen that serves up a menu full of Asian-inspired small plates - think deep fried crab claws, dim sum and sushi. Tuck into an assortment of these dishes (which range from around £6-9) and wash it all down with Japan's favourite drink, Sake!
|Pint of Lager||£4.20|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£4.50|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.80|
|Bottle of House Wine||£17.00|
A word from the chef:
Their menu is divided into Ice, Fire, Steam and Oil so you can sample a variety of authentic Asian dishes like the Soft Shell Crab Tempura (£7), Pork Bao Buns (£8) or the Beef Tataki (£9).
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