The award-winning Sexy Fish is set to open in Manchester this autumn, marking the restaurant concept’s third location, adding to spots in Mayfair and Miami.

Arriving in the heart of Spinningfields, the restaurant will house the largest Champagne collection in the country (with 75 different references), a selection of the world’s top vintages from leading estates, and an in-depth sake wine selection.

Guests will also be able to choose from creations from the innovative Trinity Menu, a collection of award-winning cocktails from London and Miami, alongside four bespoke serves curated specifically for Sexy Fish Manchester, including Strawberry & Grapefruit (£17.00), featuring Hibiki Harmony Japanese whisky, strawberry, grapefruit, black pepper, lemon and soda, and Tonic & Mango (£12.00), created with Manchester’s own Thomas Dakin Gin, aromatic tonic water, mango, coconut, and pandan.

Sexy Fish will be open for lunch and dinner, offering a la carte options, Omakase tasting menus, and late-night dining options. Dishes will include a diverse selection of creations ‘inspired by the seas of Asia’, alongside signatures such as Duck Salad, Smoked Tuna Belly, Crispy Eringi Mushroom, Black Cod, and King Crab.

The menu has been devised by internationally renowned and acclaimed Chef Director, Bjoern Weissgerber, and will also include unique recipes exclusive to Manchester.

Inside, striking interiors will include artworks from the acclaimed Damien Hirst, including three giant sculptures of undersea wildlife that have been specially created for the space. A collection of iconic ‘Fish Lamps’ from designer and architect, Frank Gehry, will also feature throughout.

Along with the food and drink, the venue will also host ‘world-class international performers and DJs’ alongside a dedicated late-night menu that will be available on Fridays and Saturdays.

Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Wed 9 Aug 2023