You won’t find a better spread of quality cuisine in Manchester than the many restaurants in Spinningfields. This small but well-formed district of the city has everything your tastebuds could desire, from homegrown British grub, to forward-thinking Indian food, taking in perfectly-formed fine dining tasting menus, plus more than a few excellent restaurants focussing on the very best South East Asian food. Best of all, you can eat here any time of day or evening – whether you’re a busy worker bee wanting to grab a quick hearty breakfast, or looking for a multi-hour food-eating extravaganza that takes up an entire evening. We’ve uncovered the very best restaurants in Spinningfields at a price point to suit all pockets.
These are just some of the highlights of Spinningfields’ ever-growing food scene. Tick them all off your list, trust us, they’re more than worth it.
Here are our picks
Restaurant MCR, Tower 12, 18-22 Bridge St, Manchester, M3 3BZ - Visit now
Head chef at Restaurant MCR, Aiden Byrn, has always been the city’s best, and now he’s back to doing what he does best at his original venue (albeit under a new name), and it’s hard to imagine anyone toppling him anytime soon.
Tattu, Gartside Street, 3 Hardman Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M3 3EB - Visit now
Tattu have been reliably putting out some of the most elaborate and intricate – but above all delicious – dishes for years and their current menu sees some of their chefs’ most inventive creations yet.
20 Stories, No. 1 Spinningfields, 1 Hardman Square, Manchester, M3 3EB - Visit now
The whole 20 Stories experience screams luxury. You step into a lift without any buttons, and zoom effortlessly up to one of the highest restaurants in the city. The view is exceptional, and thanks to early teething troubles being ironed out, so is the food.
Just on the outskirts of Spinningfields, Manchester’s only high-end seafood restaurant and oyster bar is the follow-up to the hugely successful original Soho venture.