Top New 5 Restaurants in Manchester

As the end of the year is rapidly approaching, it leads us to look back at the last twelve months and Manchester has definitely evolved in every which way.

With numerous new hotels, districts, bars and restaurants establishing their territories and have successfully encouraged droves of new business into the city, it is apparent that we must celebrate the fact that Manchester is fast becoming a force to be reckoned with. With new restaurants opening on an almost daily basis and Exclusive Company Manchester escorts sampling their delights.

It is difficult to select the top new 5 restaurants in Manchester but here follows a brief look at the ones which have made a huge impact with discerning customers visiting and living in Manchester.

1.Italian chain Vapiano is due to open its eagerly awaited doors on 27th November and offers quality Italian cuisine within stunning surroundings and is perfect for those who want to eat and run as the service is super fast and slick in their approach. Their specialties include pasta, pizza and antipasti, all served with a good helping of sunshine. Vapiano has made incredible progress, from one solitary restaurant in Hamburg in 2002 to 157 establishments across 33 countries at the last count, so ze Germans must definitely be doing something right – definitely worth a visit. Vapiano is located at the Corn Exchange, M4 3TR.

2.Newbie in the Northern Quarter is Cottonopolis, a sophisticated Asian restaurant and bar which cleverly takes its name from the nickname Manchester earned during the nineteenth century for being the epicenter of the world’s cotton industry and in fact controlled over 80{6db09b50843af33ad83ba60fcd7c9eb67b732aefddee1697e42353ed451d4e7b} of the globes cotton market. This rustic restaurant is situated within a Grade II listed building on Newton Street, M1 2AE and maintains lots of the original features of the former textile warehouse such as the metal doors, genuine floorboards and stripped brick walls. The décor is rather rustic but bespoke and the overall vision is very handsome indeed – definitely worth a look for the history of the Manchester’s Industrial Revolution whilst sipping cocktails.

3.Quill has certainly caused a stir and has attracted Manchester’s jet set gliteratti. Located on King Street, M2 6AG, Quill has already made a huge name for itself and promises a luxury fine dining experience to all. The restaurant is split over two storeys and boasts an open kitchen where diners can watch the master chefs at work. The designer décor is opulent and the furnishings are luxurious, ensuring a truly delectable treat for those who dine. The menu is described as Modern British with European influences and the Executive Chef has had copious experience of working in Michelin Starred restaurants; here’s hoping that Manchester can finally pull one out of the bag. The £47 million fit out has been described as Manchester’s hottest new venues – definitely worth a Christmas treat…

4. Albert’s Schloss is an ambitious 600 seater Baverian Beer Hall and offers diners and drinkers alike, an experience which is both exhilarating and unique. Bringing a rather large chunk of Germany to Manchester is quite a feat and it has been described as one of the best nights out in Manchester. It can feel a little like pandemonium but surely that is the aim. Albert’s Schloss offers nightly entertainment, drag queen comperes and downright, good old fashioned fun. Albert’s Schloss Bier Palace and Cook Haus is situated on the ground floor of the iconic Albert Hall and should be a definite ‘to do’ on anyone’s Christmas List.

5.Lunya, which occupies a very impressive space in Barton Arcade is seemingly the real deal and has already been awarded the Good Food Guide’s Readers Manchester Restaurant of the Year because of its highly authentic and superbly sourced Spanish cuisine. The passion is apparent and the food is delectable, with the menu enticing diners with both traditional and ambitious and unique dishes. Lunya has a quality deli café bar to the ground floor and a fine dining restaurant to the first floor. This is an absolute must in all ways; the food is divine and the service is attentive, all in all a truly fabulous place to eat and drink in Manchester when enjoying the Exclusive Company Manchester escorts on your arm.

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