Situated in a beautiful Grade II listed building in Manchester's Northern Quarter, Cottonopolis oozes charm and sophistication. The building maintains many of its original features including the bare wooden floorboards where tailors once trod in their clogs. The interior décor is stunning, bespoke and luxuriously finished. There are four elements to choose from on the Japanese-inspired menu - Ice, Fire, Steam and Oil - and you can expect sashimi, pork yakitori, duck bao buns, vegetable tempura and katsu chicken amongst other small plates on offer. The drinks menu is compact and well thought out and features Czech tank beer, cocktails and a selection of sake.
Cottonopolis have announced their next Vegan Kitchen takeover will be held on Monday 30th April and this time they draft in celebrity chef Jay Morjaria.
Jay is founder and Executive Chef of Sutra Kitchen, a meat free cooking school in London. As a passionate vegetarian, Jay will bring his unmistakable style that he has developed during his travels throughout Asia to Cottonopolis, he believes meat free food can be very inspiring and loves the challenge of changing people’s perceptions of it.
Cottonopolis are already well known for their vegan friendly menu, with a number of dishes on their menu being completely plant based, however they’re raising the bar with this Vegan takeover by demonstrating how innovative high quality meat and dairy-free food can be.
Morjaria will be working alongside Head Chef, Joe Grant to create a stunning eight course taster menu, including Crispy nori tofu & tomato tartare, Miso aubergine Bao and finishing with a Mochi and vegan chocolate doughnut.
The menu is priced at £40pp and a minimum of two people per booking. To book your table, email firstname.lastname@example.org