When you are out on a date, impressing your partner must be topmost of your mind. Your search for places that can make your appointment go well. In Manchester, many restaurants promise the most conducive romantic environment for carrying out a perfect date. Which one would be most suited for you will depend on what you expect from the place and the taste and style preferred by you and your partner. The emphasis is more on what your partner likes because, after all, you want to impress her by taking her to a place where she finds most of the things to her liking. Read on to know about some romantic restaurants in Manchester.
The Refuge, Oxford Road
The Refuge is a restaurant tucked inside the Principal Hotel on Oxford Road. The restaurant had re-appeared in a new incarnation by burying its earlier identity when it existed in the name of The Palace, at the same venue. The refurbished restaurant is The Refuge, an ideal destination for those who want to spend some romantic moments in a soothing environment while savouring delicacies that complement the occasion. The lamb shawarma is a delightful item, and the stuffed sea bass will leave you simply spellbound. Besides ordering their brand of beer, you can order some of the craft ales and great wines that are precious inventory in the cellar.
Salvi’s Corn Exchange
This family run Italian restaurant knows well about the needs of those who want to spend a quiet and romantic evening on a date, secluded from the madding crowds. They have created a special place for dining in the basement that perfectly matches the expectations of those out on a date. The lowly lit dining arena has all the ingredients that can set the minds on fire. The pizzas are a treat, and it is a revelation to try out the deep fried pizza dough as a starter. The restaurant is located on John Dalton Street.
If you discover a smart looking glass triangle on the road surface in Spinningfields, then it is an indication that you have reached the right place where you find the Australasia restaurant. Don’t be surprised if you do not see the restaurant around because it is just beneath your feet, in the underground. The triangle is the gateway to the flight of stairs that lead to the restaurant. It is a stylish pan-Asian modern restaurant with sleek designs and attractive interior supported by the competent cooking of various dishes. From oysters to sushi and from grilled meats to Asian High Tea the choice is wide open. If you have a liking for cocktails, then head for the bar on the terrace upstairs.
El Gato Negro
Located on King Street, this Spanish restaurant has an intimate charm that can cast its spell on you. The restaurant spreads across three floors, and the atmospheric top floor with a see-through roof and its dim lights is an irresistible attraction for romancing under the sky. Spend some quality time with your partner here as you savour the tapas with drinks.
About the author – Alice Gonsalves is a teacher and cooking is her hobby. She keeps on frequenting restaurants in search of new recipes that she can add to her repertoire. Many of the restaurants she covered find mention on www.gourmetguide.co.uk/.