Fake fur blankets, hot water bottles and romantic pop-up igloos make The Refinery a must for a cosy dinner out in Manchester. Head over to the beautiful Spinningfields restaurant where quirky cocktails, sharing mezze boards and internationally-inspired dishes are waiting for you.
Cosy Winter Restaurants In Manchester
The cold has crept in and the days are getting shorter... sounds like you need a warm nook to hunker down in. From fairy-lit dining spots to pubs with fireplaces and seasonal pop-up igloos, these cosy winter restaurants in Manchester have got everything you need to see you into the warmer seasons.
Escape the wintry chill with an evening at Australasia. One of the best cosy restaurants to warm up in, the underground eatery is cooking up a fusion menu of Australian, Southeast Asian and Japanese plates, including squid tempura with Sriracha Mayo, Mongolian lamb with slaw and roasted black cod.
With a gorgeous indoor dining space and a menu of exquisite food, The Refuge is, without a doubt, up there for cosy winter restaurants in Manchester. Nestle into the romantic surroundings and tuck into brunch classics, Sunday roasts and a la carte plates.
The Ivy is serving up quintessentially British food and a heavy dose of festive vibes to the Spinningfields masses. The sophisticated spot transforms into a cosy Manchester restaurant with the help of twinkly lights, Christmas-themed decor and a few seasonal food and drink items.
Best known for its theatrical cocktails, The Botanist also whips up a relaxed deli-style menu of eats within a homely setting. Expect rustic interiors, low-hanging lights and mouthwatering pies accompanied by floral-inspired concoctions.
Housed within an impressive historic building, the Albert Square Chop House is a very British affair. Decked out in jewel-toned Chesterfields, wooden flooring and Union Jacks, the restaurant will have you chomping on hearty classics from total comfort.
Authentic tapas and a plethora of fine wines... Evuna is a strong choice for a cosy meal in Manchester. Along with sharing paellas and vegetarian small plates, it also serves up a signature seabass baked in rock salt which is dramatically filleted in front of you.