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.

Last updated on 26th November 2020




Australasia

2 user reviews 5

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.

The Oast House

167 user reviews 5

With plenty of cosy corners and even a giant teepee, The Oast House is one of the best places to visit in Manchester this winter. Whether it's a chilled out date night or drinks with mates, do it over hearty sharing dishes and hanging kebabs.

Evuna Deansgate

1 user review 5

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.

One of the best places for winter dining and themed drinks come winter, Escape To Freight Island is the socially-distanced venue that's pairing a giant Christmas tree and heated outdoor space with mulled wine, hot cider, bratwurst grill, artisan cheese and a hog roast hut.

Not just one for boozy sips and hot toddies, Bar Hütte is also a top choice for food come wintertime in Manchester. Check out the city centre pop-up as it returns with sanitised après ski chalets, freshly baked pizza and social-distancing precautions like contact-free app ordering and your own personal server.