Decadent interiors are matched with an exotic menu drawing from all corners of the globe at Grand Pacific. From pea and wasabi houmous to soy and treacle cured salmon, this isn't your average Japanese meal; it's a modern take on East Asian flavours.
Best Sushi Restaurants in Manchester
When it comes to east Asian food, this city is brimming with top-notch spots. Whether you're after a laid back hideaway or a fancy date night spot, we've got you covered. From swanky spaces serving robata-style cuisine to cosy nooks bringing you the teppanyaki and even classes where you can make your own sushi, here's our guide to the best sushi restaurants in Manchester.
Taking its name from the street on which is lies, Peter Street Kitchen is a stunning space filled with jaw-dropping decor and equally as impressive dishes. Whether it's the a la carte menu packed full of sashimi or the Rikyu brunch, you'll want a taste of this Japanese and Mexican fusion.
From afternoon tea bento boxes to veggie small plates and sashimi selections that are perfect for sharing, Sunset by Australasia has all your sushi needs sorted. There's even a cosy pink-hued terrace where you can chow down when the weather permits.
Modern Australian cuisine has been combined with Asian influences at this much-loved restaurant. Whether you came for the stellar sake selection or fancy vegan sushi and oysters paired with nam jin and soy mirin, Australasia is the perfect place for a meal that will really impress.
Not only does this North Quarter favourite boast an award-winning cocktail menu, but Cottonopolis is also home to some of the best Japanese food in Manchester. Feeling hungry? You'll find everything from yellowfin tuna sashimi to seared beef tataki and tiger prawn tempura.
From the decadent jade floor to the mouthwatering menu, The Ivy's Asian restaurant is bringing you a real taste from the East. Expect dishes from 'raw & cured' to 'dumplings & bao' paired with a huge selection of wines and a carefully curated cocktail menu.
Known all across the country for their authentic tonkotsu offering, Shoryu Ramen is bringing a taste of Japan to Manchester. As well as the signature chicken yakisoba, you'll find dishes for pescetarians, vegetarians and vegans alike. Better for hot dishes, this spot has a few platefuls of sushi, including salmon sashimi and wakame seaweed salad.