From chicken satay salad and Szechaun sea bass to a 'forbidden' fried rice, Grand Pacific is serving up quite the selection of pan-Asian plates. It doesn't end there though, with smoked pineapple daiquiris and lychee martinis on the drinks list.
Chinese Restaurants In Manchester
Home to some seriously stunning spots, this city's got a penchant for East Asian food. Whether you're heading out for a scout around Chinatown's best venues, mixing it up within exclusive Spinningfields pick or keeping it classic with a massive buffet spread, we've got the lowdown on the best Chinese restaurants in Manchester to feed your love of Peking duck and Tsingtao.
Boasting a menu of contemporary Chinese cuisine, Tattu offers two floors of beyond beautiful interiors decked out in blossoms. It's the perfect spot to make a date night special, with moody lighting and bespoke cocktails to soak up some dim sum, Peking duck bon bons and caramel soy beef fillet.
A Chinatown hotspot, this Cantonese restaurant on Princess Street offers an extensive menu of delicious dim sum and traditional stir fries. Alongside their tasty plates, Yang Sing also offer cookery classes for those wanting to whip up some Chinese cuisine at home.
Head out to Alderley Edge where this hugely popular Chinese restaurant caters to Manchester's great and good. Alongside a menu of delicious, authentic eats that err on the side of fine dining, they're known for running collaborations with Michelin Star chefs and hosting cocktail masterclass.
Head to the upstairs bar of The Ivy and you'll find a unique taste of Asia. Decked out in florals and bespoke patterns, The Ivy Asia offers a selection of Chinese delicacies, from soft bao buns stuffed with crispy duck, popcorn shrimp and tofu to some tasty dumplings.