Calling all boujee folk of Manchester – we have the perfect announcement for you. London’s most stylish Asian restaurant, Sexy Fish, is opening a spot in Manchester.

With a heavy focus on Japanese food, Sexy Fish boasts an impressive selection of authentic options, from sushi and sashimi, to seafood and meat cooked on a Robata barbecue grill. The eccentric interior is the cherry on top, with mer-folk dancers, giant fish sculptures and a fully-stocked bar dripping in gold.

Menu highlights include a house-smoked Ora king salmon with ginger and sesame, the crispy duck and watermelon salad, with pomegranate seeds and cashew nuts, and the caramelised black cod served with a spicy miso. Not to mention the Sexy Fish express lunch menu – or Kuikku – which boasts a huge range of phenomenal dishes such as crispy tofu salad greens and maple chilli, kimchi fried rice, parsnip and red chilli tempura and caramelised beef yuzu koshu.

The drinks menu is equally as impressive, serving an extensive selection of tradition Japanese whiskeys, wines and an all-day cocktail menu. We’ve got our eyes on the ‘popcorn old fashioned’ – popcorn-infused Chita whisky, sugar and angostura bitters.

You may recognise Sexy Fish from the recent ‘Jess Glynne’ fiasco – where the star was turned away from the London Mayfair site for not following the classic dress code. With dishes costing up to £210 each, you can hardly blame them, can you?

Set to be ran by owners of The Ivy and Soho House, and taking over the Armani store site on Spinningfields Square, we can only imagine the level of beauty and sophistication the new restaurant will serve.


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Wed 4 Aug, Sexy Fish,
Unit 1 & 2, 2 Spinningfields Square, Manchester M3 3AE
, Photo credit: Sexy Fish
Sophie Cunningham
Published on:
Wed 4 Aug 2021