Romantic Restaurants in Manchester

Whether you forgot to do the washing up, or your beau is such a wonder that they deserve a treat, we've just the destinations for a romantic rendezvous in the city. From sky-high plots with some of best views of the Manchester skyline to sumptuous British dabbles and classic fare in candle-lit locations, these plush eateries have it all; check out our list of the most romantic restaurants in Manchester.


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While it may be owned by one of Manchester's most renowned footballers, talk of sport is left behind at Rosso courtesy of their classy, 116-year-old interiors and sought after plates. A true splash the cash affair in the heart of King Street, Rosso will dazzle you and your date's palate with classic dishes and contemporary cocktails.

A slip of a restaurant, this unique little sushi bar near the Manchester Arena is a real hidden gem. With space for just 14 diners, Umezushi has the freshest sashimi and maguro sushi, alongside a carefully curated list of Japanese sake and wine.

A neighbourhood bar and kitchen in Ancoats, Elnecot is ideal if you're after something a little low-key. Ditching the pomp and flair in favour of stripped-back decor, striking lighting and an open-kitchen, this cute spot welcomes you with brunch, dinner and roasts on the weekend.