Born and raised in London, I'm ashamed to say that I've not seen much of the UK. I've yet to venture into Scottish territory, I've visited Wales all but twice and I've only been to Manchester a handful of times. But on the few visits that I have squeezed up north? Cottonopolis has almost always beenon…
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.
- Northern Quarter
- Happily Affordable
- Background Music
Cottonopolis Food & Liquor, 16, Newton Street, M1 2AE