Restaurants In Deansgate

The longest road in Manchester's city centre, Deansgate is filled with places to eat. From swish steak joints to rooftop tapas spots and Michelin-quality vegan haunts, there really is something for every mood and palate. Explore our recommendations of Deansgate restaurants and get your next date night, group hangout or special occasion sorted. 




With chef Simon Shaw at the helm of their menu, it's no wonder that El Gato Negro has been recognised in the Michelin Guide. Located on King Street, the Spanish restaurant brings you tapas, wines and sherries with a vibrant restaurant and relaxing outdoor terrace. 

One of the most popular places for Polish food in Manchester, Platzki is chilled out space dedicated to the humble potato pancake. You won't be able to plan ahead with a menu as dishes change twice a week, focusing on a fine dining experience come the weekend. Twoje zdrowie.

In the mood for an indulgent cheat day feast? Get your fix with some of Manchester's best burgers at Almost Famous. Here you'll find everything from loaded buns to chilli dogs and jam jar cocktails. If that's not enough, there's live sports screenings in the bar upstairs.

Kai

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When it comes to Instagram-worthy destinations, flower-filled spaces are the way forward. Kai is ticking all the right boxes as a pretty Deansgate restaurant, adorning the ceiling with hanging blooms and pairing it with stunning Turkish dishes that add to its elegant feel. 

Dishoom is serving up award-winning Indian food in Deansgate. Think house black lentil daal, freshly-grilled tandoori dishes and iconic breakfast naans paired spiced takes on classic cocktails, all against a backdrop of signature mahogany hues and bright yellow touches.

Serving up Antipodean fare from day to night, Federal's Deansgate spot is the second site of the popular brunch restaurant in Manchester. Expect all sorts of eggs all through the day, with banana bread, French toast and pineapple porridge to satisfy your breakfast cravings.

Spread across three bustling floors, this swanky spot offers you alfresco drinking and wood-fired cooking in the heart of Manchester. Nestled in Ridgefield House, you'll find a multifaceted restaurant that's home to a suspended staircase, hand-cut steaks and refreshing concoctions.