Another adventurous diner in Manchester’s Northern quarter
This Avant- garde sector of the city has attracted yet another irresistible diner with flair and imagination. This place could not have opened up in a more fitting part of the city as it has been voted the best avant-garde restaurant in the United Kingdom and belongs in such a setting as this hip and cool part of the city. As with many of the establishments here it is in a converted listed building as this area was where many of the textile businesses and warehouses were, this interestingly was a tailors workshop. The venue still retains a few of the original features internally. They manage to put together some curious concoctions that really do work and you certainly won’t come across such a weird and wonderful menu anywhere else. the cuisine has a decidedly oriental flavour with the onus being mainly Japanese with a few quirky variations.
The food is a quirky gastronomical delight.
The dishes are as sophisticated as they are authentic. Everything is well thought out prepared and presented and this makes the Cottonopolis stand out on its own. The menu has not changed much since it opened in 2015, so that means that there are now some established favourite dishes. It is not surprising that Katsu Chicken is on that list as well as the Bao buns and the peanut dip is out of this world. There are just too many delicacies to mention, you really out to get along and savour the experience for yourself. Many of the dishes are also served tapas style so you can sample a variety of succulent flavours. It opens early for brunches and is open throughout the day with the bar closing pretty late at night. If you were with a Manchester escort, this would be a dinner date with a difference and would certainly delight your companion.