The 5 hottest new restaurants in Manchester

November 11, 2022

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Manchester
  • As Manchester’s population and tourism increases by the year, so have the variety of restaurants and eateries in the City.

  • Listed below are some of the best new restaurants, eateries and wine bars that we recommend you visit if you’re in the Manchester city centre.

  • They range in price, cuisine and location, but it illustrates the diversity of Manchester restaurants and hopefully there will be something to everyone’s taste.

As Manchester’s population and tourism increases by the year, so have the variety of restaurants and eateries in the City. Listed below are some of the best new restaurants, eateries and wine bars that we recommend you visit if you’re in the Manchester city centre. They range in price, cuisine and location, but it illustrates the diversity of Manchester restaurants and hopefully there will be something to everyone’s taste.

Provence

The all day wine bar and coffee house has recently opened in Manchester, named after one of France’s most prestigious wine regions. They offer a wide variety of wines to fit any occasion and type of meal you may wish to have, with a wine list that is categorised by ‘wine occasions’.

Located in the business district of Spinningfields, Provence is the perfect place for an after-work drink with colleagues, a date night or even a pre-dinner drink!

Provence, 3 Hardman Street, Spinningfields, M3 3HF.

Nonna’s Pasta

Based at The Green Lab in Deansgate Square, Nonna’s Pasta will be open until Christmas, when the pop-up will shut. It offers an authentic Italian dining experience with an excellent, calm atmosphere to sit down and delicious food and drink.

Their menu includes classic Italian dishes with ‘Nonna’s twist’ on it. For example, Nonna’s Cacio Pepe, which is a refined twist on the classic sauce and a particular favourite of ours, Nonna Goes to America, which is mac and cheese with the added ingredient of truffle.

Nonna’s Pasta, The Green Lab Deansgate Square, 7 Owen Street, East Tower, M15 4YB. 

Exhibition

Located in the heart of Manchester at St George’s House, a brand new 6000 sq. ft restaurant named Exhibition is set to open very soon. Situated on the old site of the Manchester History Museum, the restaurant will be comprised of three independent kitchens, two bars and exhibition spaces.

This Scandinavian concept is sure to be a hit once it opens. The main bar even offers Manchester Union straight from the in-venue tanks, as well as a dedicated rotational line for Manchester-base breweries. Overall, it looks like it will be a unique place to go for food in Manchester.

Exhibition, St George’s House, 56 Peter Street, M2 3NQ

MUSU

Manchester is home to a wide variety of Asian restaurants that cover almost every major cuisine in the continent. It is set to continue this trend, with the opening of MUSU, a high-end Japanese restaurant that will open on Bridge Street.

MUSU aims to set itself apart from the competition by claiming to be “a new breed of restaurant that offers both the pinnacle of fine dining and a totally immersive experience”.

Guests will have access to a menu with an exquisite collection of dishes and food to satisfy their hunger. Examples of this are A5 grade wagyu beef and sustainable blue fin tuna.

MUSU, 64 Bridge Street, M3 3BN

Calcio

Finally, there is ‘Calcio’, a bar-restaurant located in the Northern Quarter. This is one for the football and video-game fans. The restaurant is located in Northern Quarter and is Manchester’s first retro football and arcade bar. It has opened with perfect timing as the World Cup kicks off next weekend.

The restaurant has the perfect back drop for football fans as there is a wall featuring iconic football brands and gaming companies. Calcio has also teamed up with restaurant What’s Your beef Burgers, who will be running the kitchen while you play video games or watch football.

Calcio, 24 Dale St, M1 1FY

Investment in Manchester

Overall, these new restaurants show the growth of the City and the desire from tourists to visit. The Greater Manchester region’s tourism sector is worth £7.9 billion, highlighting the size and popularity of the City.

More people than ever are relocating up North from the South, with Manchester being the most populous city in the UK after London. Evidently, it is the ideal time to invest in property in Manchester as the city, its population and economy continues to grow.

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