Opening revealed for exclusive Sexy Fish Manchester restaurant
The third global Sexy fish restaurant will open in Manchester next month.
Already established in London and Miami, Sexy Fish Manchester will open its doors in the former Armani building, facing onto Deansgate, on October 12.
The opulent Spinningfields site will be open daily for lunch and dinner, offering a la carte options, Omakase tasting menus and late-night dining options.
Curated by visionary Chef Director, Bjoern Weissgerber, the menu will boast a combination of Sexy Fish signatures alongside a series of brand new recipes, created exclusively for Manchester.
Bespoke dishes include Chicken Ume & Shisho Gyoza, a Crispy Lemon Sole with Wasabi Dip & Ponzu, Sea Bream Ceviche, and Salmon & Sweetcorn Signature Maki.
Striking interior features will include spectacular artworks from international artist, Damien Hirst, including three giant sculptures incorporating creatures from under the sea. Additional interior elements include a collection of iconic ‘Fish Lamps’ from world famous designer and architect Frank Gehry, a Verde Esmerelda stone floor, and a series of bespoke glass columns created by master Venetian glassmakers on the island of Murano.
Set against the backdrop of a cascading waterfall, the glowing pink onyx destination bar will serve creations from the innovative Trinity Menu, a collection of award-winning cocktails from London and Miami.
Guests will also be able to enjoy four unique Manchester serves including the Banana & Cacao, featuring Haku vodka, banana and cacao, and Watermelon & Basil, with Grey Goose Vodka, watermelon, basil, Campari, and Tio Pepe.
Alongside a wine and Champagne selection from the world’s top vintages and leading estates, Sexy Fish Manchester promises an impressive variety of Japanese whiskies, the second largest collection in the UK after Sexy Fish London.
The venue will also offer exclusive late night entertainment with world class international performers alongside a late-night menu, available on Thursdays, from October 26, Fridays and Saturdays, from October 13.
And the restaurant concept from Caprice Holdings will house a private dining room, The Tropical Reef Room, seating up to 36 guests and accommodating 50 guests standing.