Restaurants In Deansgate

The longest road across the city centre, this street and its surrounding area is filled with amazing places to eat. From swish steak joints to rooftop tapas spots and quality vegan haunts, there really is something for every mood or palate. Explore our recommendations of Deansgate restaurants to get your next special occasion or group hangout sorted.

Last updated on 22nd December 2022

Gaucho Manchester

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Top of the list when it comes to Argentinean food and drink, Gaucho is the stylish go-to for premium meat. From the cow-print interiors to delectable Black Angus cuts and thirst-quenching selection of drinks, this is the perfect fancy choice out of restaurants in Manchester city centre.

One of the most popular places for Polish food, Platzki is a chilled out space dedicated to the humble potato pancake. You won't be able to plan ahead with the 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 the city'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.

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

With chef Simon Shaw at the helm of its 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, boasting the choice of a vibrant indoor space or relaxing outdoor terrace. 

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

Evuna Deansgate

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Exposed brickwork and industrial features give way to a choice of Spanish tapas or banquet-style dishes at Evuna Manchester. If you're a fan of seafood, then you'll love the rock salt-baked seabass; it goes down perfectly with the wines (and there's a lot of 'em).