One of the most beautiful romantic restaurants in Manchester city centre is The Botanist. Think a range of international dishes to tuck into across vintage-style interiors, all washed down by an extensive cocktail list with a gin leaning.
Beautiful Restaurants In Manchester
Whether you're doing it for a date night or just doing it for the 'gram, sometimes you just need a little extra aesthetic with your dinner. Luckily for you, this city shows a penchant for a bit of sparkle and splendour in its eateries and we've put together the pick of the lot for you, so you never have to go without some gorgeous surroundings. Say hello to Manchester's most beautiful restaurants.
A slice of botanical beauty in St Peter's Square, The Anthologist cultivates a relaxed but lively environment. It's perfect for sipping on some of their sublime cocktails after work, or getting through one of their delicious gastro menu items come dinnertime.
Taking you to the tropics, Grand Pacific is all about the sunshine vibes and verdant interiors. Housed within a gorgeous 19th century space, its colonial-inspired decor sees palm motifs and elegant lighting as a fine complement to its menu of pan-Asian fare.
A slick choice of beautiful and cosy restaurants in Manchester, The Black Friar Salford is a top spot for mouthwatering grub. Relax among the luxe seating, verdant furnishings and plants, then dive into elevated British classics like such as chalk stream trout or broccoli and blue cheese tarte.
Pictures can't do justice to the sublime Peter Street Kitchen. Located inside the Free Trade Hall, the decor nods to Japanese minimalism (in homage to its menu), with clean white booths, high ceilings and eye-catching lighting fixtures.
A Northern Quarter classic, this slinky bar and restaurant boasts moody, modish interiors, innovative cocktails and moreish small plates. One of the city's top spots for date nights and dinner with mates, it's found the balance between class and effortless cool.
A sky-high siren watching over Spinningfields, 20 Stories is the rooftop restaurant of your dreams. There's floor-to-ceiling windows offering expansive views over the city, a foliage-decked dining room, and a huge outdoor terrace designed for sunshine sipping.
A top pick of the most beautiful and fancy restaurants in Manchester with halal options, Tattu is instantly recognisable by its Instagrammable blossom tree. Aside from the foliage, there's plenty to ogle while munching your Chinese meal, including carved wall art, lanterns and marble-style flooring.
The most beautiful of Michelin star restaurants in Manchester is Mana (well, it is the only one). Expect stripped-back interiors with a Scandi leaning, alongside the finest British dishes from Simon Martin, who is former chef at world-class Danish restaurant NOMA.
Inspired by America's West Coast, Firefly is the Stanley Street eatery from the team behind Foodwell. Whether you came for the cocktail trees and Cali-style small plates or the live DJs and slinky booths, you'll want to stay a while at this looker.
Adam Reid at the French is all about the finer things in life. Set in the Grade II listed dining room of the Lowry, the space is a stunning combination of old world and new, with corniced ceilings and arched windows contrasting against huge hanging light installations.