Word on the street? Upmarket destination Sexy Fish is opening its first Manchester restaurant this autumn, and it’s more fancy pants than you could ever imagine.
Originally located at Berkeley Square in Mayfair with Michelin-starred chef Bjoern Weissgerber at the helm, this new spot is coming to Spinningfields Square before the end of the year. Expect ornate décor much like the London establishment, such as a cascading waterfall backdrop at the bar, Verde Esmerelda stone floor as far as the eye can see, and a series of bespoke glass columns created by master Venetian glassmakers. Oceanic nods are plentiful too, from a whole tropical aquarium taking over private dining rooms to Mermaid-themed loos.
Truffle gyoza, wagyu and luxury omakase menus make up just some of the food offering here, with the Japanese leaning continuing across swish cocktails and wine. Adding to the lineup? There's the UK's largest collection of Champagne to get stuck into (yes, over 75 different bottles of the stuff). Plus, it wouldn’t be Sexy Fish without their resident DJs either, so get ready to be taken from PM to AM by a soundtrack of the slickest tunes.
Although it hit the headlines a few years ago when Jess Glynne posted *that* comment about being refused entry for wearing a designer tracksuit, there’s no denying that this latest venue is next level.
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