Celeb Haunt Sex Fish has announced the date it will open its Manchester restaurant, which will feature a cascading waterfall, artwork by Damien Hirst and the “largest champagne collection in the country”.

This popular Japanese-inspired restaurant currently has two restaurants in London’s Mayfair and Miami’s Brickell district, where it has become famous for its sushi, donburi and sashimi.

But she will open a third restaurant, and her first in the north, in Spinningfields this fall. Now accepting reservations, the restaurant will officially open its doors on Thursday, October 12.

Read more: Rosso, the celebrity restaurant owned by Rio Ferdinand is closing its doors for good

Read more: Inside the massive waterside food hall set to transform Salford Quays into a foodie paradise

The upscale restaurant, housed in a former Armani store, will be open for lunch and dinner, offering à la carte options, Omakase tasting menus and late-night dining options. Created by celebrity chef Björn Weisgerber, the dishes will be inspired by the seas of Asia – and signature dishes are expected to include duck salad, smoked tuna belly, crispy erinji mushrooms, black cod and king crab.

For Manchester specifically, there will be the likes of Chicken Umi and Shisho Gyoza, Crispy Lemon Soul with Wasabi and Ponzu Sauce, as well as Seafood Ceviche.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: