What they say:
Following their pop up at The Kitchens in Spinningfields, Lukasz Mazurek and Przemek Marcinkowski of Polish food stall, Platzki, have quietly founded themselves a restaurant with walls and tables and everything. Proving there's more the Polish cuisine than dill, beets and kielbasa, Platzki brings an adventurous twist to the country's traditional dishes and flavours. Using only the freshest, ethically-sourced ingredients, the menu offers up hearty and delicious dishes like stews, dumplings and gnocchi, with plenty of smoked cheese and pickles.
What we say:
Former street food stall Platzki has found its forever home down on the Deansgate Mews. Housed in the Great Northern Warehouse, this contemporary Polish eatery joins a number of new independent leisure spots putting down roots in the area - axe-lobbing experience Whistle Punks is just a hatchet's throw from the restaurant's windows. Opening on the site of former food party specialists B.eat Street, it's an intriguing new addition to the Manchester dining scene.