There are so many new restaurants opening in Manchester in June, here are our top picks of ones we think you’d like to try. If you’re looking for more places to eat and drink in Manchester this summer, visit Enjoy Manchester, if not carry on reading here.
Gordon Ramsay has just opened his Michelin-starred restaurant this June called Luck Cat in Manchester. The eagerly awaited eatery is Gordon Ramsay’s first significant venture in the city and the second Lucky Cat globally. Opening on June 1, the Manchester site, which captures the essence of the original Mayfair eatery in a stunning Art Deco structure at the top of King Street, next to Manchester’s legendary Hotel Gotham, promises to be “a dining experience like no other.” Join Gordon Ramsay and Lucky Cat Executive Head Chef Andre Camilo on a culinary adventure featuring delicacies such as Korean seasoned blackfish, sirloin weeping tiger, sushi, tuna tartar, and the renowned Lucky Cat bonito fried duck leg bao.
This is a new spot in Manchester that is dedicated to loaded garlic bread, which has got the people of Manchester in a frenzy. It serves fluffy yet crunchy garlic bread with a variety of toppings—the stuff of culinary fantasies. The eatery serving loaded garlic bread has relocated to Mr. Dick’s former Shudehill site, which is only around the corner from their Swan Street store. Mr. Dick previously operated a waffle cafe with deliberately designed waffles. ‘nduja and honey, cacio e pepe, pesto, marinara, and truffle are just a few of the intriguing flavour combinations that diners can expect, all of which are topped with Ciaooo’s famous fluffy garlic bread.
Gail’s, a beloved London bakery, is now launching in both Manchester city centre and Didsbury this June after opening two locations in the North West earlier this year in Wilmslow and Altrincham. With the launch of the Didsbury facility on Wilmslow Road on June 21 and the city centre location on King Street on June 7, these branches will be Gail’s third and fourth northern locations. Along with its exclusive house blend coffee, Gail’s will provide its famous artisan sourdough breads, pastries, sandwiches and cakes.
The Indian and Scottish street food joint Roti will be one of the brand-new restaurants opening in the Urmston neighbourhood of Greater Manchester on June 12. It’s wonderful to hear that Roti is reviving after recently closing its Chorlton location and expanding to the Trafford region with their haggis pakoras and Irn Bru drinks. Start with “ProperDoms,” an improved version of Poppadoms that are nacho-style, then move on to a variety of flavorful tali meals and Indian-style fish and chips.
We’ve been looking forward to one of the new eateries that will open in Manchester this month for a while. The taco restaurant Madre, which is from the North West, has had tremendous success in a short period of time. In addition to introducing the rich flavours of Mexico to Liverpool’s Albert Dock, it has become a city centre fixture at Freight Island (where, I’ll admit, I’ve consumed one or two kilos’ worth of their nachos). Now, the taco vendors plan to expand their reach by moving into the busy Kampus neighbourhood this June. In addition to amazing Mexican cuisines like wood-grilled fish and steaks, fresh oysters and ceviche, as well as tequila, Madre will be offering us more than just delicious tacos.