Already a name face on the London restaurant scene, Iberica land in Manchester's The Avenue this Autumn, bringing bespoke dishes, Michelin star curated plated and cool cocktails.
A 200 strong restaurant on the previous All Saints corner plot, Iberica will boast the same innards of its London counterparts; expect intricate tiling, specially sourced furniture and intimate dining spaces. With two floors boasting a bar and mezzanine level to boot, Iberica will also play host to two outdoor terrace areas, making it just the destination for summer supping.
With three star Michelin chef Nacho Manzano behind Iberica Manchester's a la carte menu, dining guests can not only expect high end fare from one of London's most talented names, this selection of palate pleasing Spanish plates will be wholly unique to the Spinningfields plot. Also cultivating a bar menu of signature Spanish wines and specially curated cocktails on the ground floor, guests can expect true European indulgence.
|Pint of Lager||£4.80|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£4.20|
A word from the chef:
Authentic Spanish gastronomy is the name of the game at Iberica. Small plates of regional delicacies, big plates of home grown flavour and the rustic flare of Spanish culture straight to your plate.
Now over two years since Iberica graced the streets of Spinningfields, we went along to sample what is now reputed as one of Manchester’s top spots for tapas on a cold yet cosy night in February. The Venue and Atmosphere This place is...
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