Grand Pacific Restaurants Manchester

19 Aug , 2019

Grand Pacific restaurant Spinningfields Manchester

This is mainly an Australian themed restaurant designed in a colonial style. It always seems to be a very busy place, especially in the summer. When the sun promises to make an appearance the good people of Manchester appear to make a beeline here. Its chic white colonial style design seems to conjure up a beach hideaway atmosphere. Of course it could be the magnetism of the swanky terraced area which is usually pretty full when the weather allows. Though all year round heating means that this alfresco dining experience can be enjoyed when the weather is not so amenable. The bright attractive terrace is arranged very much like the deck of a cruise ship with deck chair design cushions on the couch seating. A lot of the items on the menu are light and summery too with quite a few sushi and Pan-Asian dishes. The delicious food is only being served till six in the evening then the venue becomes more of a cocktail bar. Maybe one day they will think about extending the restaurant till later.

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The living venture group, owners of the Spinningfields restaurant, quickly snapped up this premises, formerly the Reform club when it was vacated. Within a few weeks they transformed an already grand space into something even more lavish and opulent. ¬†It is a 120 cover restaurant with a huge bar area offering informal dining from lunch time onwards. Perfect to take an elite Manchester escort to for a lunch or dinner date. You will both probably be in awe of the magnificence of the place, the food’s not bad either. The bar is an amazing feature as it is styled in the fashion of the famous Raffles bar in Singapore. The menu falls in very much in line with this Oriental theme as much of the cuisine is Pan- Asian. Again in true Raffles tradition where the Singapore sling cocktail was designed, with the mixologists here creating bespoke cocktails as a speciality. This venue is a great attempt at recreating the golden age of high society decadence.

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