Spinningfields is introducing a new French styled restaurant which features four floors of outstanding dining and a gorgeous roof garden, introducing the all-new Ivy Asian bar and brasserie.
Owners of the restaurant claim that it’s the largest restaurant of its kind to open in the UK this year, being able to serve 535 diners at a time.
Located within this astonishing timber-framed pavilion development, the building includes a ground floor brasserie, serving modern British dishes with a European twist! Example of such dishes is their truffled orzo, lobster linguine and a delicious slow-cooked lamb shoulder.
On the second floor houses the first The Ivy Asian, a restaurant and bar serving Asian-inspired cocktails amongst dishes such as wagyu beef with truffle sauce, salmon teriyaki, and avocado with crispy tofu, lime and ginger. Yum!
The luxurious space will highlight a green semi-precious stone floor, a gilded ceiling and an antique gold mirrored bar, as well as offering a private dining area. The Geisha Room is the name of the private dining room and will be open for hire for guests of up to 20.
The Dalton Room is the second private dining area, which is located on the first floor. The top floor has the specially designed all-weather roof garden, boasting fire pits and a fully retractable roof, where guests can delight in food and beverages all year round.
The Ivy Spinningfields will open its doors on Tuesday 27th November; reservations are available for all floors, with walks in welcomed at The Ivy brasserie, The Ivy Asian and the roof garden.
Director of operations for The Ivy Collection, Baton Berisha says: “We are incredibly excited to bring The Ivy Collection to Manchester this winter.
“Situated within the heart of Spinningfields, Manchester’s luxury dining and shopping quarter, we can’t wait to showcase our different floors, dining concepts and offerings. There’ll be something for everyone and we hope to bring something new to the city.”
The original Ivy was founded in 1917 in the centre of London’s theatreland and became infamous for being one of the capitals largest celebrity spots, with people such as Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Angelina Jolie, Madonna and David and Victoria Beckam dining there.
Since then they’ve exploded and have had spin-off sites open all across London, offering a ‘more informal yet still stylish experience’, at the side of a developing national assortment of The Ivy Grills and Brasseries, which promise ‘sophisticated yet approachable’ dining.