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7 Sushi Spots You Can’t Miss Out On In Manchester

By Laura Rogan February 17, 2020

If you’re looking for the freshest catch in town, then you’re in luck…

…Because Manchester is gifted with some incredible restaurants serving up the most delicious sushi. That’s just how we roll! From the spots that won’t break the bank to the ones that are perfect for a treat, we’ve provided you with the ultimate guide to sushi in Manchester that’ll have you hooked.

Cottonopolis

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One of the boujee cocktail spots in Manchester, Cottonopolis also offers an incredible range of Japanese-inspired food, including some visually stunning sushi. The food is aesthetically-led and almost too pretty to actually eat! The menu includes a variety of things to try, with prime-cut sliced Sashimi, Nigiri, Maki, Nori Tacos and Tataki on the ‘Ice’ menu. The wider menu also includes some fantastic Japanese-inspired dishes, such as Kushi Robata skewers, Wagyu beef, crab Tempura and Bao Buns. Not only that, the cocktails are a real highlight – with Japanese-style beverages finished off with Asian touches. Cottonopolis, 16 Newton St, Manchester, M1 2AE.

Sunset

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Popular cocktail spot Sunset also happens to be a fantastic option if you’re craving a bit of sushi. Focusing on smaller plates in comparison to its sister site, Australasia, the menu is perfect for a tapas-style lunch or dinner, with Nigiri, Tempura rolls, California rolls and other small plates such as oysters, Yum Yum squares, and Yakitori chicken skewers (which are to die for, may I add). Their list of refreshing cocktails accompanies perfectly, with green tea, lychee and hibiscus frequently featuring throughout the menu. Sunset by Australasia, 1 The Avenue, Manchester, M3 3AP.

Australasia

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One of Manchester’s most beautiful spots for Japanese food, subterranean venue Australasia is much-loved for its incredible Australian dishes, infused with Japanese and Indonesian influences. Think oysters, Sashimi and Tempura dishes – with Teriyaki beef rump dishes, octopus and many more fresh fish offerings. The menu is absolutely huge, with a wide variety of Nigiri, Tempura, Sashimi and California Rolls to choose from if sushi’s what you’re after. We recommend ordering a number of dishes and trying a bit of everything, with the portion sizes perfect for sharing. Australasia, 1 The Avenue, Deansgate, Manchester, M3 3AP.

Sushi Marvel

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Coming in with rave reviews, Sushi Marvel was born in Chorlton before expanding to Manchester’s up and coming neighbourhood, Ancoats. The restaurant was created by a chef well-versed in sushi making, working in Hong Kong, Japan and London – so you know you’re in good hands when you visit. The simple but delicious menu caters for everyone, with vegan and gluten-free options available to order. The Ancoats spot is perfect for a quick lunch on a budget, with menu highlights including Futomaki, Uramaki, Temaki and Otoro. If you’re visiting with friends, their sushi platters are perfect for sharing, with prices starting from £18 for a beautifully presented tray of fresh sushi. Sushi Marvel, 90 Oldham Rd, Ancoats, Manchester, M4 5EB.

Sapporo Teppanyaki

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A fun, contemporary venue in town, Sapporo Teppanyaki offers a more interactive experience for sushi fans, with food prepared before guests in the centre of the restaurant. The Japanese restaurant presents itself as one of Manchester’s “finest” sushi spots, serving Nagiri, Temaki, Maki, California rolls and Sashimi, with other Japanese dishes such as Teppanyaki, noodles, and chicken rolls available to order. Sapporo Teppanyaki, 91-93 Liverpool Rd, Manchester, M3 4JN.

BLVD

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New spot in town BLVD offers a globally-inspired but delicious menu, with a variety of sushi options to choose from. The pretty venue in the heart of Spinningfields is a brilliant venue for cocktails and a light meal, with the menu featuring lots of Japenese influences. The main menu boasts tasty small plates such as Tempura, Maki, Futomaki, Sashimi, Uramaki, and even a sushi burger made with salmon, avo and sriracha mayo. Large plates include more Japanese-inspired dishes, such as tofu steamboat, miso-marinated black cod and sticky seitan ribs with Asian slaw. BLVD, The Avenue North, Manchester, M3 3BZ.

Sakura

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Just on the outskirts of Manchester, Sakura is an authentic Japenese restaurant with some fabulous decor. The place prides itself on its delicious sushi combinations and is well known for its easy-going all-you-can-eat buffet designed to reduce the stress of the traditional buffet. Guests simply order their food from an iPad at their table, which is then brought out to them as soon as its ready. Beats queuing, huh? Guests can, of course, visit anytime, with authentic Nigiri, Inari, Sashimi, Maki, Temaki, and Japanese dishes such as Teppanyaki, Tempura prawns and noodles on the menu. Sakura, 175 Cheetham Hill Rd, Cheetham Hill, Manchester, M8 8LG.